Hi Friends! Below are the laundry room reveal pics. I am SO excited to share these with you, especially because there are so many things I’m passionate about in this room! There are so many times when the laundry seems like an unending chore – so I decided it was important to make this room special and enjoyable!
It is full of little cherished treasures that are part of my story:
- The washboard on the wall in the image below is a family heirloom passed down to me
- The white shelf above the washer and dryer was a shelf my father made for above my parents bed in their first home
- The antique blue plate is a gift from my mother and the vintage salt cellar was a housewarming gift from my dear friend Lisa
- The wooden boxes are antiques that my uncle Andy refurbished and gifted to me
- The Cooper Road sign was a house warming gift from my best friend Kali. Its the road I grew up on – the road that inspired Salt House Road and the place I go in my mind for respite
I’ll provide links below for some of the purchased accessories. I hope you enjoy!
The industrial wall hook above is from World Market.
I totally splurged on these laundry baskets from Home Goods, but they were so perfect I couldn’t pass them up. If my fiance knew how much I paid for them, he may return them and replace them with dollar store plastic baskets!
The laundry sign above I ordered from World Market, but it is no longer available- but Magnolia Market has one similar.
The sweet curtains on the door, the windows and behind the dryer are handmade by my momma. At some point, I will teach myself to sew.
The Paris poster was a gift from my parents – here
The paintable beadboard that I put on this back wall is actually wall paper by Martha Stewart. I will do a tutorial on how I installed it and link it here at a later date. Its so easy and so convincing. You will see that I’ve used in several rooms throughout the house. The ceiling light was a steel from Homegoods (similar here.)
with grace and salt (and clean sheets)