Quick and easy DIY country chic Laundry Room Decor Ideas that will take your dreary utility room up a notch with vibrant color and design.
Not Just for Clothes Washing Anymore – Quick and Easy DIY Country Chic Laundry Room Decor Ideas
If you are like me, you probably spend as much time washing dishes as you do clothes. It seems like a never-ending battle.
But the difference between these two rooms may be like night and day, especially if you consider that you might have put more time and energy into the overall design of your kitchen versus your laundry room.
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Well, it’s time for a spruce up and it’s not as difficult as you might believe. With just a few tweaks here and there you can easily transform your utility room into something you’d love to visit–or gasp–spend time in.
Here are some some of the best ideas to brighten and revive your flagging utility room. And, with most of these budget-friendly ideas, you can probably put them in place in less than a day.
1. Bold Entrance
Most homes have a way of shutting out the nasties–and in this case, the laundry room. But why? How about giving it a distinction that is one-of-a-kind, like this store-front design.
Source: House of Turquoise
2. Letter Perfect
I love wall art, especially when it is original. This shabby design utilizes a DIY mix-match of salvaged letters that spell out your now favorite room in your house: LAUNDRY.
Source: Knick of Time
2. Pipe Line Storage
With a few gas pipe fittings and some old planks of wood, you too can add additional storage in your laundry that looks beautiful without a bead of sweat.
Source: Design, Dining & Diapers
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3. Clothespin Wall Art
Add a bit of whimsey to your laundry wall with this clothes pin wall art. The clothes pins really work and you can hang reminder notes, laundry how-to’s or even socks that lost their pair.
4. Laundry Guide
This handy metal laundry guide offers a gentle reminder of the how-to’s to washing rules. Hang it near your washer for greater appeal.
5. Framed Pegboard Organizer
Transform a ho hum laundry wall into an organizer’s dream with this wonderful DIY. The pegboard is hidden by a fabric top and framed nicely with mitered edges.
Source: The Posh Place
6. Pretty in Blue
I love this color not only for its vibrancy but also it’s cheerfulness, despite the loads of wash that has to be done on a daily basis. Check out the great text behind the washer and dryer. Between this and the well-placed cabinets (both above and between the appliances), you’ll find that your laundry supplies are out of sight and safely stored from little ones.
Source: Walls Under Construction
7. Surface Space
We all need a space to fold our clothes. But most often it’s a trick to balance clothes piles on the washer or dryer. The answer? Add a counter over the washer and dryer. Not only does it give you ample space to fold and stack your clean clothes but you also have room to add a few utilitarian items like a couple of storage baskets and even a potted plant.
Decor Tip: Check out the large tile print on the floor. Love the graphic design. It adds a boldness and formalness to a hard-working room.
Source: Dear Lillie
Here’s another pic to show off beautiful counter space…
Source: One Kindesign
8. Printables for Your Laundry
These vintage prints are awesome! They can be easily framed and hung in your utility room.
Source: Postcards from the Ridge
9. Up-Do Laundry Closet
Take a look at this beautiful laundry closet. It’s both super organized and full of style. This low-cost re-do can be done in one day. And the results are gorgeous.
Source: Craving Some Creativity
10. Small Space Ironing Hack
This chic Portable Ironing Board is a quick fix for those homeowners who have small space and need it to work in a savvy manner.
11. Laundry Decals
I love this laundry idea of adding decals to the walls because it’s budget-friendly and adds so much to your overall home decor.
12. A Room with a View
How about nostalgic laundry room curtains that will add a bit of whimsey to your utility room? (Note: Currently, unavailable.)
Or, if you’re game, here are two valance options that will also add a bit of country chic to your laundry room decor.
13. Sole Mates
For a super shabby chic decor idea, how about adding a bit of whimsey with this lost sock sign. Not only will it grace your wall but it will also highlight any lost soles–er–socks you might have.
14. True Blue Laundry Soap Storage Container
You can put away those ugly store-bought laundry soap containers and replace it with this blue beauty. This vintage-inspired metal soap/pod container will keep your dry detergents at bay while beautifying your laundry decor.
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