Unless you are an alien who is fascinated by the fact that humans secrete unsavory odors. Also, deposit them onto their clothing. Hence, you probably don’t enjoy doing laundry. If you need the motivation to get through all those whites and darks. Therefore, we’ve got five very affordable ways to spruce up your laundry room. And make it an inspiring place you actually want to be in.
Label Your Goods
Organization is key for a happy home, especially in places that require sorting and storing a wide array of items. Whether you’re clipping a dry erase label onto existing bins. Also, using a label maker on your decanted goods. Thus, there are a plethora of options out there for labeling your laundry room storage for easy access.
Add Temporary Wallpaper
Laundry rooms rival doctors offices in terms of sterility. Make your laundry room a party by turning up the vibes with some wallpaper. If you can’t afford this gorgeous charcoal cloud wallpaper in Mandy Moore’s laundry room, affordable temporary options are out there. This clean, neutral marble wallpaper from Target is a great substitute.
Lay Peel-and-Stick Flooring
Designer Emily Henderson’s cookie-cutter plaid laundry room tiles give us ’50s housewife throwback vibes (in a good way). If you can’t afford expensive tiles, take a page from her staff member and designer Brady Tolbert’s blog. His internet famous rental kitchen checkered flooring was done with peel-and-stick vinyl tiles.
Incorporate Plants and Art
Of all the rooms in the house, the laundry room is usually the most neglected when it comes to style. Studies show that if you don’t find your laundry room inspiring. Hence, you won’t do laundry as often. If it’s a space you look forward to being in, you might dread laundry day less. Also, isn’t life all about reducing dread? Add some life via plants and art to bring your laundry room some joy.