When Tricia from The Little Cottage on the Pond moved into her new house, the small, empty laundry room was hardly an inviting space. A set of cabinets from Pottery Barn sparked her desire to create a room where she could actually be excited about doing laundry. (Hard to imagine, huh?) Tricia’s husband scaled down the plans for Pottery Barn’s cabinet and recreated their vintage style with inexpensive plywood. Don’t let the charming exterior deceive you… this cabinet is all business on the inside, providing tons of storage for cleaning supplies, mops, brooms, and even a vacuum!
Bridgett from Osie Moats is not a fan of plastic laundry baskets since they usually end up broken after being used as stools by her boys. Ever since adding shelving to her bathroom, Bridgett knew she wanted a cottage-inspired laundry basket to fill the space below. However, she wasn’t about the drop a wad of cash on something that would be housing dirty, stinky clothes from three boys. Instead Bridgett gathered several items she already had to create a rustic laundry basket that fits her space to perfection – in both size and design!
After spying a styling laundry detergent canister from Ballard, Char from Crap I’ve Made headed to the Army Navy Surplus store for a canister of her own. Sure, it wasn’t nearly as cute as the catalog version, but that’s nothing a can of spray paint couldn’t fix! With some vinyl lettering, the transformation was complete… [...Read More]
Last fall, I shared this definition sign I created for my new upstairs laundry room over at my other blog Infarrantly Creative. I had everything on hand except for the screws, so this project cost me a whopping dollar to make. That’s just slightly less expensive than the $129.00 price tag of my inspiration. (I’m [...Read More]