We have been teasing this super fun laundry room on our instagram over the past few weeks and are finally ready to share with you all the details of where we started and how we ended! If you love color, patterns, and earth tones this post will give you major laundry room renovation inspiration!
Our client reached out to us hoping to spice up her laundry room and design a space that would get her excited about doing a daunting chore such as laundry. Her current space was very color neutral and bare bones in regards to functionality.
We are absolutely in love with how this space completely transformed into a laundry room you would actually want to spend time in! We were able to create a functional and purposeful space while adding a whole lot of colors that felt cohesive. We started by selecting a vibrant wallpaper that reflected our clients personality from Rifle & Co. Next pulled a color that looked similar to a color within the wallpaper (Sherwin Williams Copper Wire) that would stand out and blend at the same time.
To provide storage we added upper cabinets that were sprayed in one of our favorite green paints – Hunt Club SW 6468. We created warmth by building a wall-to-wall floating shelf and countertop using a red oak in a natural finish.
As you can see this closet provided little to no functionality and became a cluttered space for shoes/misc items. We wanted to provide a solution that would hide the clutter and provide organization.
By using a simplistic cabinet made for organization and small space we were able to create a cleaner space for the client to store daily used items. We also spiced up these once basic knobs with Inspired Hardware satin brass textured knobs to give a more custom look.
This corner area took up crucial space and was really lacking in functionality. We really want to understand our clients needs and something that our clients struggled with was keeping their furry friends from tracking dirt through the house. Therefore we knew we wanted to create a feature that could solve this problem.
Instead of installing another sink that was almost too small to do anything purposeful with we created a dog washing station to make life a little easier and the house a little cleaner. We choose a subtle textured porcelain subway tile trimmed in matte black schulter. In addition, we were also able to maximize space by adding a floating rod to allow for clothes to dry or stay unwrinkled after the dryer.
We wanted to use the same tile in the shower and the floor so the shower felt cohesive with the space but still wanted the spaces to be unique. We were able to accomplish this by incorporating different tile layouts while using the same grout color to pull the two together.
How cute is this good boy?! He’s really thrilled with his new bathing station!
Putting the final touches on a project is always so rewarding! Everything really starts to pull together and the space feels finished. When we style we want to make sure we are purchasing items that are aesthetically pleasing, functional and purposeful. Target is always an affordable go to for us!
We are absolutely thrilled with how this project turned out and I appreciate you so much for tuning in. If you want to learn more about our design process check out the recent ORC we participated in.
And be sure to follow along on our Instagram page to get a full behind the scenes of exactly what is happening in all of our spaces and how we work with real life clients to make their Pinterest dreams into their reality.
Keep on doing your thing!
Paint | Sherwin WIlliams Hunt Club + Copper Wire
Wallpaper | Rifle Paper Co. Peacock
Zara | Cabinet Hardware
Inspired Hardware | Closet Hardware