It has looked like this since we moved in and we haven't done a darn thing to make it look any better. All that is about to change... slowly. Here's where my thought process currently is on the laundry room:
- Do something awesome with the laundry room (so... just do something awesome Treana... currently, I am thinking of doing a whole container store Elfa system)
- Get rid of the ugly laundry bi-fold doors
- New washer and dryer
- New light in laundry
- Paint laundry room a fun bright color (most of the basement is gray... THANK THE LORD IT's NOT POOP BROWN!)
- Freshen up space with art
So I did the least committal thing from this list and ordered an adorable print from Volume twenty five on Etsy and am SHOCKED at the quality and adorable nature of this print. But first: y'all know I am a sucker for good packaging. You could send me the worst present in the world and I would still OOOO and AHHHH all over it, if you packed it up super cute. I have a feeling I am going to be bad at this whole bridal shower thing because pretty packages make me stall ripping them apart. #thelittlethings
So, where was I? AHHH yes, the prints! Look at this adorable laundry room print I got.
Each and every piece of VOL25 art is printed on textured canvas. I promise you will fall in love with this canvas paper, just as much as I did! The depth and color produced is very crisp and truly amazing... something you have to hold in your hands to really appreciate. You are welcome to browse my shop feedback, many customers have left excellent feedback regarding this unique media.
ARCHIVAL INK --------------------------- VOL25 artwork is reproduced with highly archival pigment based ink. We use a professional level wide format Epson Stylus 4880. Super fun fact: I affectionately refer to my printer as "Prints Charming." :)
I can attest to all of this... including the fact that I think her printer is Prints Charming now as well. I have been snowed in this last weekend (that's right, it's May and it's snowing... welcome to Denver) and my aunt-mom was here last weekend for a visit, so I haven't had a chance to scour the thrift store for my next framing redo-project. Me thinks some distressing with a new color of chalk paint I picked up may be in order... stay tuned.
What are you decking your laundry room out with these days? Anything besides dirty underwear and socks?