Next, look to your left to see my pride and joy-the laundry dresser (you all need one of these-it will change your life)
Now, look above the washer and dryer to notice the cute and functional stuff on my shelves.I rolled up the rags and old towels/rags and stuck them in a basket with a bow to dress them up. There is also an antique iron and an old window (this is just hanging out here until I can borrow a ladder and some courage to hang it above my front door). There are also several cute storage boxes of assorted sizes all over the room that I made (see how here). I found this red burlap and thought it would be great to make storage boxes out of. I was wrong-it stretched and ripped and although the end result is fine, I don't recommend it. There's also a rod that I can use to hang up stuff (although I'm lazy and put EVERYTHING in the dryer).
This shelf has an antique washboard and iron, more storage and "my Stache" jar for loose change. I hung my trio of Laundry Symbol Art above.
Finally look down and please admire the floors. They look like ceramic tile (even in person and even if you get down on your hands and needs to inspect them), but they are peel-&stick vinyl tiles that you can grout to look like real tiles. I know what you're thinking-peel and stick=super tacky. That's what I thought, but they are AMAZING. When we moved in, we budgeted $1500 to replace nasty linoleum. All by myself, I did 2 bathrooms and the laundry room for a little over $100 and it looks just like tile. No tile saws required-I used a box-cutter. Check out the site here for more info.
Thanks for stopping by, if you're interested in some free clothes-please check out this weeks give-a-way and linky party.
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