Well, here it is. Behold, the laundry room.
Only days old.
This picture lets you see one of my favorite window views: Teton Mountains behind a farmer's pivot. It feels so country.
Sheeting and wiring.
And the doors.
Yep, my man built 'em all.
Ceramic tiles on the floor and Sherwin William's Repose Gray on the walls.
We totally scored the tile for about a dollar a square foot. We know a guy.
Trim and baseboards, hanging rod, and our old beater washer and dryer.
A little tip: Install cabinets AFTER you paint the walls.
We still need to pour the black concrete counter top and attach the drawer fronts for this room.
This corner was left unfinished because the plan is to build floor to ceiling cabinets against the wall to match the ones above the washer.
We'll get there one day.
In the meantime, my brooms, mops, and vacuum don't have homes. I didn't realize how important a broom closet was until I was without one.
Here are the freshly painted mudroom lockers.
...And what it looks like today.
In hindsight, I'm thinking I probably should have straightened up our crap to give the illusion of perfection. Oh well. You get the real deal.
I got the baskets at Michael's here. I love them and the way they keep our gloves, scarves, and snow hats organized and out of sight.
I bought super cheap silver hooks and spray painted them with oil rubbed bronze spray paint before Andrew attached them.
After transferring all of our coats from the master closet to the hooks, I got thinking that maybe Andrew and I should get rid of a coat or two?
Back to BEFORE.
It's huge and beautiful and makes me very happy...especially after 4 years with my washer and dryer in the kitchen next to the dishwasher! Bleh.
As far as decorating this room...I haven't gotten there. Too many other things on my mind! Let me know if you have any ideas.
Stay tuned for the next room in our new house tour!
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