A LAUNDRY ROOM MAKEOVER USING ITEMS ON HAND!
My laundry room with a cement floor needed a makeover so I scanned the house for paint, material etc.. so for no money I came up with this, not elaborate but what do you want for the deep south.
A whole bolt of Muslin that I found a the thrift store prompted me to make this sign, just cut some tiny clothes from scraps of material and hung them on with a clothes pin and hot glue. I attached it to a stray piece of lattice that I put a black wash on. It is hung directly behind the washer and dryer. Just adding a little fun to the boring job of laundry!
My aunt recently gave me some brand new flat sheets so I crafted this one into a counter skirt.
I had some paints leftover from the lounge port redo so I painted the entire floor grey and stenciled some blue here and there.
A thrifted basket sits on the dryer holding all the laundry items. So actually I did not purchase anything at all I used stuff from around my house.
A vintage piece of wood works well for a clothes hanger. Clean, efficient and no out of pocket money.
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