Red Barrel Studio

Parkhur Reclining Loveseat Red Barrel Studio

Okay. Saturday. Laundry day right here. My laundry room is on my list “to-DIY”. It’s unfinished and fully sporting a “utility-style”. Ugly. But Rachel from Dwelling Sweet Home has a beautiful laundry room. So fairly. So motivational. It may well even make the laundry activity exciting, don’t you feel?

Here is her post:

The very first two pictures are the just before images….

And now the just after photographs…

I painted the inside of the cabinet panel with chalkboard paint to make a family members memo/menu board.

This mirror was one thing I picked up at Big Lots for $five. It and the chalkboard paint was added soon after the other images were taken.
These are my basket tags. I knew I would need to have some thing to inform us what was in the baskets.
This is our spare transform jar. Not as well full proper now!!!
Here is the shelves above the washer/dryer. They were difficult to preserve organized, and cabinets had been not in the price range (we did this at the Red Barrel Studio very same time as our kitchen reno) so baskets have been the greatest alternative!
I have had the lamp for years, and the B is old as well. The birdcage was on sale at garden ridge. It holds our dryer sheets!

These were fabric swatches in a pack at WalMart. I loved the color, so I just wrapped canvases with them and presto! ART!
The flowers are fake, and I have had the candle for a even though. The frame is a $2.50 WalMart locate, and I just framed some more of my fabric swatches.
I can’t determine if I want crown molding on leading of the cabinet or not. I like that I can put my basket up there. It won’t fit with molding…thoughts? This pic is pre-mirror and pre-chalkboard, definitely!
I just moved the shelf down from before and made Red Barrel Studio it into a folding table. The washboard cabinet was created by my dad. He gave it to my Nana, and she gave it to me when we purchased our dwelling, which is our 1st home by the way.
Again, pre-chalkboard paint. But this is what you see as you stroll into the area. It is a compact space, but the pocket door tends to make it a lot more usable. The floors are a white tile, and I am looking for a tiny jute rug for in there.
Hope you enjoyed the tour!!!

Thanks for sharing your space makeovers Rachel. Both are awesome and I’m psyched and inspired to finish mine this fall! Thanks!

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