Do you guys even care about this? You don't, do you. Well, thanks for humoring me. Oh, and one more thing, just in case you're wondering-- Brian's and my clothes go from the dryer into that white basket you see and then into our room to be folded and hung. I fold or hang all of Brian's clothes, and even roll his underwear together in pairs. That's something I do to show Brian love. I hang all of my nicer shirts and church clothes and fold my jeans, but all of my underwear, swim suits, work out clothes, etc., just get shoved into the baskets hidden inside my armoire. And I'm totally cool with that. I only care about outside appearances. :) And I fold towels and rags right out of the dryer and then put them away.
So my efficient, but ugly, laundry room remained undecorated for quite some time. It wasn't until I finally got my tools (which I also keep in the laundry room) an appropriate home (the Original Pink Box), that I finally decided that a little spiffing up was in order. So while this is definitely NOT one of those laundry room makeovers that you see on Pinterest or HGT--in fact, it is mainly just a bunch of new accessories---I did it entirely myself, and don't you just love my rooster?!!
|Ribba frames from Ikea. My favorite.|
|I got this little box on clearance at Homegoods to contain the mismatched socks until their twins surface.|
|Shugee painted me this picture for Mother's Day and that little pink box contains my dryer sheets. I got it, the clock, and the rooster from Homegoods, too.|
|The jars are from the dollar bins at Target. I made the boxwood wreath from preserved boxwood I bought wholesale online. The pink wreath and the woven tureen (is that that it's called?) are from...Yep, Homegoods.|
|I never buy safety pins. I just save the ones we get to pin our numbers on at races. :)|
|Ironing board cover: Homegoods.|
|Roses: Homegoods. Original artwork by my Gain Goo.|
|All of my dirt rags go into this bucket and then I was them together. I got it on clearance at Fred Meyer. I buy very few things (other than food and spray paint) at Fred Meyer. I'd rather shop at Homegoods. :)|
|Doesn't this picture kill you?! Thanks, John!|
So there it is. Before:
Thanks so much for reading, guys.
P.S. A special thanks to Erin....and Homegoods.