For those of you who are recent visitors to this blog, One Room Challenge involves putting together a room in 6 weeks. It was so much fun for me to participate in this back in the fall.
Week One was the before. This room so needed help.
I decided to put together a room inspired by the Greenbrier Resort. I always loved the interior design created by Dorothy Draper, and wanted to bring a little of that pink and green look into my house.
The room re-do started with retiling the floors in Week Two.
For Week Three, I shared how I created my own fabric for the curtains.
The most commented on part of the laundry room was reveled in Week Four when I used green tape to create a wall treatment.
In Week Five I showed off all the items I was going to use to organize the space.
Week Six was the big reveal. I was so excited to be done!
Now for what the Laundry Room looks like as of yesterday....
Not much has changed. Which I think is actually a great thing. Before it was a bit of a dumping ground. Now that I set up an organized system with the bins, it has been sooooo easy to maintain! No more looking for a cord when I need one. I just go to the bin labeled cords. And when I am done with said cord, it quickly can go back to it's home. No more just tossing it into the room willy nilly. Label it and the organization will come! That has been the big lesson for me in this room.
And I love this shelf that stores all the cleaning supplies. It easily rolls out of sight when not in use.
Now that the laundry room is done, I can not wait to participate in the next One Room Challenge Linking Party starting April 3 . I finally decided what room in my house I am going to re-do, but you will have to check back in April to see. Be sure to subscribe by email (in the sidebar), so I can keep you updated on my progress. I did set up a Pinterest Board to gather all of my inspiration. Check it out here and see if you can guess what the room will be!
Now be sure to head over to Calling It Home today to check out the other participant's rooms. So much design inspiration!
Linking up with Remodelaholic, Serenity Now, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Driven by Décor, East Coast Creative