It's amazing how much time a tiny household project can take. But in the end, it's worth it. Before...
And now here's the revamped laundry room:
A note on organization - baskets are truly the way to go. I separated all the cleansers, detergents, etc so I no longer have to sift through everything. Plus it looks pretty. Mr. Poli is a big fan of this as well (being the more organized one).
Okay so this was my first time ever working with cabinets or paint for that matter. I must admit, I'm pretty darn proud of myself. It was pretty simple. I'll be posting a tutorial on how I did the cabinets very soon.
Light: fixture from Lowes; $17. Shade is from Target; $15. Added butterflies from cut cardstock.
Art wall: ledge from Target; $5. Patterned candles from Cost Plus World Market; $8 each. Vintage glass soap dispenser also from Target; $12ish. Chair prints from Melissa Bryant on etsy; 3 for $30. White frames from Ikea; $7-12. Printed frames from Liberty of London for Target; $2 each (clearance)
Misc: Wash tub from Target; $12. Flower wall hooks from Urban Outfitters; $4 each. Baskets from Burlington Coat Factory (Waverly brand); $8-$12. Iron board cover from Home Goods; $9