We are finally here! I am so excited to share with you the final reveal of our farmhouse laundry room transformation. I want to thank the team at One Room Challenge for giving us DIY bloggers an opportunity to connect with others that have a passion for home reno and DIY. This was my first challenge and I would definitely do another. Maybe not the smallest room in the house next time (it’s called a challenge for a reason)!
Let’s get right to it. First, I want to take you back to the beginning of this space. Here it is in all it’s builder grade style, yellow and all!
The main door to this space was removed as well, and I will show you the beautiful barn door that is there now!
I am in LOVE!!!
Here is the closet turned laundry sorting center, which I use to it’s fullest.
The baskets from at home are a life saver and so far the kids have been good about getting there clothes sorted into the right ones. Then I can just roll them over to wash, we added rolling castors. The folding shelf gives me a place to sort the folded clothes instead of folding on the couch or bed like before.
The storage baskets are from Amazon, and they match the blue slate decor perfectly and keep all blankets and extra linens hidden away!
The hardware was not in the original design, but this room needed a brass accent. I am loving the decor in here. I am a lover of all things farmhouse and that cute little lamp from Kirkland’s fit perfectly. We removed the cord and added a puck light. I don’t think I will ever need a lamp in here, but ya never know!
The metal decor and denim and jute balls are from this adorable farmhouse and vintage market shop near us here in Knoxville. And the washboard, was handed down to me from my great aunt, (week 5 has it’s makeover).
Just a few decor pieces, the detergent bottles, wool dryer balls and glass canister are from Amazon as well. The laundry sign was created by me with a stencil.
In last weeks post I didn’t want to give too much away with the built ins. The cubby is a wall cabinet conversion and baskets are from Target.
I just love that we had to move the built-in to the right of the dryer. It makes transferring laundry easier, we were able to scoot it back even with the washer, and this cabinet fits amazing in the space. Everything is completely removable. You never know if you need to gain access, so the countertop is resting on supports and the base cabinet. The cabinet can be moved as well, and the trim piece is attached with Velcro, even though it was a nice snug fit.
A few more pics, just to show this girl off!
Here is the barn door, and yes I will take what is behind door number one. You can find this door at Home Depot.
This project has had it’s highs and lows, but we made it. I still can’t believe the transformation. Would I do it again, absolutely. Hubs and I are always up for flipping a space. Now I am going to check out all the other transformations at the One Room Challenge Blog!
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