It’s been a year since we shot our Laundry Room but I just remembered last week that I hadn’t posted it haha! I’m linking each item individually below, so if you want to skip straight to the links you can scroll to the bottom. 🙂
How much has Ollie grown this year 🥺🥺
The first thing I picked for this space was this tile. When we were building I really wanted beautiful patterned tile everywhere haha I’m a sucker for cool tile! But as we really started to nail down decor, we settled on a few little accent details through out our home. The laundry room is a really safe place to have fun with pattern or color. I love the pretty blue tone that feels really bright and clean. I’m so happy with how it turned out! The majority of our home is really neutral, so it was fun to bring in some blue in such a bold way!
We don’t get natural light in this room we went with 2 of these chandeliers. I can’t find them in stock anywhere (they were from Wayfair, I’ll keep an eye out if they come back in stock) but found this one that’s super similar. A few weeks ago I switched out the bulbs from a warm bulb to a brighter watt with white light and it’s night and day difference. These were ones I got and love. Wish I had done it earlier!
Ollie concentrating so hard to get his head up 🙂
From the beginning design process I wanted to try to set up as much storage and organization as possible. Obviously I don’t have a foolproof system because if you’ve seen my insta stories its still a mess a lot of times haha, but a couple organization things I love. The tall drawers next to the sink have dirty hampers for Cody, mine and the kids clothes. Each drawer has two bins, one for darks and one for whites (I also LOVE the brass and lucite pulls on these drawers!) For clean laundry, we got these lined baskets and added these gold label hooks to them for the kids. So when I’m organizing the clean laundry I throw all their stuff in each basket for them to put away. I also love these apothecary jars to hold things like detergent, pods – basically whatever products you use that has packaging that doesn’t flow with your color scheme. 😂 For some of my other go-to laundry brands that are a little more aesthetically pleasing (love Laundress & Honest Baby), I love displaying them and setting them out with more intention. You might not think to put your pretty trays and baskets in the laundry where most people will never see them, but whether you hate to do laundry room or already love it, adding some decor brings a totally different energy and will change the game.
OUTFIT: BLUE SWEATER (LAST SEASON – SIMILAR HERE) | DENIM | EARRINGS
FIXTURES & HARDWARE: BLUE PATTERNED TILE | BRASS SINK FAUCET & SINK | AMEROCK BRASS KNOBS | AMEROCK LUCITE PULLS | CHANDELIERS (ALCOTT HILL HULSEY – SOLD OUT; SIMILAR HERE)
DETAILS: SQUARE WHITE CAKE STAND (SIMILAR HERE) | BLUE BOWLS (SIMILAR HERE) | APOTHECARY JARS | LAUNDRESS WHITES DETERGENT & ALL-PURPOSE BLEACH ALTERNATIVE | WOOD HANGERS | WOVEN STOOL
BASKETS & TRAYS: RATTAN TRAY (SIMILAR HERE) | RECTANGLE BASKET WITH FRINGE | WOVEN RECTANGLE TRAY (SIMILAR HERE) | WHITE LINED STORAGE BINS & GOLD LABEL CLIPS
WALL DECOR & PRINTS:BEACH HUT PRINT
LINENS: WHITE FRINGE RUG (SIMILAR UNDER $20 HERE) | TOWELS
CABINETS: MARWOOD DESIGN
APPLIANCES: ELECTROLUX shown here, but our dryer just went out (after having it repaired multiple times) so we just switched to LG. These are the ones we got, only had 2 days but so far LOVE them. I’ll keep you posted on my thoughts 🙂
Our interior designer for our home was Erin Hansen, she is amazing and helped style this space too. You can see her insta here.
WHITE LINED BASKET | 2. BRASS KNOB | 3. WOOD HANGER | 4. BRASS SINK FAUCET | 5. BLUE PATTERNED TILE | 6. APOTHECARY JARS | 7. WOVEN STOOL | 8. SINK | 9. THE LAUNDRESS BLEACH ALTERNATIVE | 10. WHITES DETERGENT | 11.BEACH PRINT | 12. GOLD CHANDELIER | 13. TOWEL
Linking more of my decor finds from my Laundry Room Reveal below! Let me know in comments if you guys have any questions about any of the details 🙂
You can also see our kitchen reveal here and our bathroom reveal here.
*Photos by Rebekah Westover // INTERIOR DESIGNER: ERIN HANSEN