Thursday, November 12, 2020

Laundry Room Makeover Part 3- Farmhouse Cottage Style

Today's post will bring y'all up to date on where I am at with our laundry room makeover. I will be honest I could have had this makeover completed earlier if I had just not dragged my feet. We thought that we were going to have issues with moving the washer and dryer down the wall. Our dryer was beyond a pain to hook up when we moved in and it took us hours to finally get it connected. We were so sure that we were going to have to disconnect it to move it so I avoided tackling this makeover something fierce. Well with the fridge sitting in the spot where our Christmas tree goes I knew I needed to just get the task over with so I could deck the halls come time. Turns out the dryer was a breeze to move with no issues at all! It is not often that things turn out way easier than expected when doing home improvements so it was a very welcomed surprise! 
Farmhouse Cottage Style Laundry Room Makeover-Peel & Stick Wallpaper-From My Front Porch To Yours
Here is a peek at the space with the new Peel & Stick faux tin wallpaper on the ceiling. On the list of things left to do is to add some type of crown molding.

Farmhouse Cottage Style Laundry Room Makeover-Faux Tin Ceiling-From My Front Porch To Yours
To make for an easier install I ended up cutting the Peel & Stick into sections of 3 tiles. It enabled me to reposition and stay as straight as possible even though the ceiling/walls are not straight. 

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Laundry Room Makeover Part 2 Farmhouse Cottage Style

I started making over our laundry room back in August but never got around to sharing on here so yesterday I posted Part 1 of our laundry room makeover. Today I am going to pick up where I left off. There were so many pictures that I felt best to just share them in several different posts.
Laundry Room Makeover-Farmhouse Cottage Style-From My Front Porch To Yours
After I finished putting up the Peel & Stick Wallpaper...which actually is not wallpaper  but I will get to that in another post...I could not resist putting up my Wash & Dry Sign and a few other accessories just to see how it would all come together. I loved the cathedral window but ended up taking the metal scrollwork out because I felt it was too busy for the space. I also ended up not putting the sign there. Instead I added a faux beam wood topper to the window which you will see in another picture later on.

Laundry Room Makeover-Farmhouse Cottage Style-From My Front Porch To Yours
Here is what the space looked like before I added any accessories. 

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Laundry Room Makeover Part 1 Farmhouse Cottage Style

I noticed that my post Farmhouse Laundry Room Mini Makeover from way back in 2017 has been popular here of late.
Laundry Room Makeover Farmhouse Cottage Style-From My Front Porch To Yours
At the time I was not ready to do a full makeover so all I did was change out the paint color of the space.

Laundry Room Makeover Farmhouse Cottage Style-From My Front Porch To Yours
As you can see paint makes such a huge difference just by itself!