It would be a dream, to go all in, and have a full renovation to your laundry room but you really don’t have to. There’s plenty of inexpensive things that you can do to spruce up the space without wasting your time or money.
Here’s the before! It was beautiful, fresh and clean but that didn’t last for long.
Every six months we pull the dryer out and clean the ducts. This is a habit that every household should be doing.
If your wall needs paint, give them a fresh coat. It’s inexpensive and it will make a drastic change to your space.
Make cleaning easier with this Better Homes & Gardens Laundry Basket, Laundry Caddy, Metal Laundry Caddy. Anything with compartments is a total win in my book. I’m loving the creamy color, it’s large enough for standard spray bottles, scrub brushes, gloves, and cleaning cloths. There’s even a rustic chunky handle to carry your supplies from room-to-room.
Get this! They have the matching Better Homes & Gardens Laundry Detergent Holder Small with a handy scoop. My favorite feature about this holder is the tight steel plate lid. It will keep your washing powder dry but not air tight keeping your laundry powder/pods from combusting.
For years, I’ve always used plastic laundry baskets. When I laid eyes on the Better Homes & Gardens Seagrass Laundry Basket- Natural and White it was the upgrade that my laundry room needed. This basket is strong and durable. It’s cute enough to be displayed in any living space in your home for toys, toss pillows, and thows. Topping off my little rustic makeover with this Better Homes & Gardens Tonal Folk Area Rug it offers style and sophistication with the subtle floral design.
Every so often, I will purchase new bath towels. Since, we don’t have a water softner in our home yet. Over time our towels get hard and they will have an unpleasent smell to them. Better Homes & Gardens American Made Bath Collection – 6-Piece Set, Solid White are the softest towels that will give you the luxurious experience you didn’t know you needed.
If you have a cute basket on hand use it in your laundry room. This is my lost and found sock keeper. Everyone knows to look here for anything that they are missing.
Hope this has motivated you to get your laundry room in shape. Be sure to check back next month for a fun filled post of affordable must haves for your home.