Laundry Room Refresh

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My sister-in-law and brother bought an amazing mid-century modern home about seven years ago and have spent a lot of time updating each space. The laundry room has been one of the last areas to be touched. The goal for the space was to make doing laundry a little more enjoyable!

Check out these before pictures…

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The bright wallpaper was a must have. You can see a bit of the laundry room wall from the kitchen, living, and dining rooms so we knew the colors needed to coordinate with the rest of the home.

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The black lathe wall was a last minute add just to finish off the look. I had intentions of doing a peel and stick tile for the backsplash behind the sink, but I wasn’t 100% sure of the durability of a  peel and stick. We also had this wood on hand. Therefore we saved some money. Overall the project cost about $200 and a few days of labor. I LOVE how it turned out, but I can’t promise any more laundry has been accomplished since the completion of this room.

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