Have you ever thought about how many hours you spend in your laundry when you add these at the end of each week? If you are like me, very few days pass, in which you have not washed at least one load of laundry. In this case, it absolutely makes sense to decorate your Laundry room in a style or theme that you like and that helps to make the Laundry a little more pleasant.
What makes you happy and pleases your eyes? Is it the beach, Antiques, works of art, the color red? Whatever it is, remember that you don’t have to decorate your Laundry room in the same style or theme as the Rest of your home. The first step to decorating your Laundry room, choosing a theme is. Whether it’s a tropical product or a classic product, take it through your entire laundry room.
For example, I have my laundry decorated with a Vintage theme. On my walls in neutral colours, I have a collection of Vintage Washboards on one wall and an antique work of art imitates the centre of the screen. I also added some authentic old iron on a shelf mixed with Vintage detergent boxes. My Vintage-to continue the theme, I added an antique looking Wallpaper border near the ceiling with old-looking irons and washboards. To give the room a cheerful look, I added a collection of weathered baskets and lots of green on top of the closet above the washer and dryer. I placed co-ordinating throwers on the tiled floor to cushion and comfort my feet while washing laundry. Finally, I added the perfect window treatment to let in just the right amount of light and make my laundry look complete.
If you do not want to use a decorative theme in your laundry room, you can easily animate the room with colourful colours on the walls, updated or painted cabinets, works of art, flowers and finished floors. Make sure that the soil is forgiving of spills. Vinyl flooring, laminate flooring and ceramic tiles are a good choice.
If you want to paint the walls in your laundry room, you may want to paint only one wall and leave the other walls color neutral. Deep-tinted paint colors reflect the clothing and make stains difficult to detect. If your laundry is equipped with fluorescent lighting with blue ink, neutral colors with yellow undertones can help combat blue.
Perhaps the best way to love your laundry is to organize them so that you know where all the cleaning agents and stain remover are located. The following tips can help you organize your laundry room.
- If your Laundry room has shelves, you should keep these open so that you can use for folding clothes. If you don’t have a counter in your laundry room, buy a small melamine table that is dirt-repellent and water-repellent so you can sort and fold your laundry.
- Store detergent, stain remover, sponges and other laundry supplies in a closet or shelf above the washing machine. You may want to install additional shelves or premade cabinets in your Laundry room to create additional storage space.
- You choose a Ironing Board that can be mounted on the wall, or for an Ironing Board that can be mounted on the door. The execution above the door does not require Installation and hangs over the door frame, falls down when you need it, and engages when you’re done.
- If there are space problems, you can install a retractable clothesline to dry clothes in the air. This type of clothesline is convenient, affordable, and easy to install.
- Buy a Laundry basket on wheels, so you can remove him if necessary, out of the way.
- Consider hanging up laundry bags so you can sort your laundry daily. This structure does not require any floor space and is therefore ideal for a small washroom.
If you decorate your Laundry room in a style that you like, you can change your setting for Washing. Since laundry is a daily task for most of us, we can also try to make the most of it – with a great laundry room!