So I finally have a laundry room update for you, but unfortunately, I do not have a bunch of pretty pictures for you.
Right now, our laundry room looks a little raw, but it’s getting there.
I’ve never shown my laundry room in this house on my blog because, well….it’s ugly. Aren’t most laundry rooms? ha!
But I am grateful for my laundry room and I don’t like to complain. :)
The current laundry room is right off of our kitchen, and looks like this: (unfiltered and unstaged)
To the left of those cabinets are my washer and dryer and some shelving with clothes baskets and what nots. The window above the washer has always looked into our backyard, but now it leads into our NEW laundry room!
So this past weekend, Cy took the window out and created a doorway to our new laundry room. You can see that we moved the old washer and dryer for the time being and put it in the new laundry room.
On the other side of the opening is our new laundry room. We are leaving the exterior brick exposed and we have planked all of the other walls.
This weekend, we will be painting all of the wood and brick Dove White by Benjamin Moore, just like the rest of our house.
Right now, we have our old washer and dryer in this space. Once we paint the walls and tile the floor, we will put the new washer and dryer in. (I can’t wait!!!) Right now, they are being stored in our garage.
You can see the green “graffiti” board on the left (thank you sons,) that is where our new windows will go. I wanted to have LOTS of sunlight in my laundry room!
And this is the doorway from outside going into our new laundry room….
I told you the pictures weren’t pretty, but I wanted to share with you “real life.” I am super excited about how it will look when we are finished. I’ll be sharing some of my design ideas with you soon!
In other news, my sister and I are SHOCKED with the response we have gotten over our Oily Basics webinar. We really thought 50-100 people “might” respond. Well, we have had well over 500 readers ask for an invite!!!! We had planned on individually sending everyone an invite, but that would take waaaaaay too long, so we created a landing page where you can register. YAY!
We may be able to only have about 300 people in our webinar, so it will be a first come, first serve basis. We hope to see you there!