Hi Everyone! How are you? This is my busy season with real estate buyers and sellers. Everyone wants to get settled before the new school year. Realtors tend to look 30-45 days out all year long! So my mind is already in the first week of August! Ha! And with the busy season in full gear my own house tends to be ignored (more than usual). And, the laundry room is at the top of the list. I have stacks of half-folded t-shirts and random dryer sheets lofting in the corners. But while waiting for the wash cycle to finish …
I used the 180 seconds before the spin cycle kicks in to plan a laundry room refresh on a tiny budget. Speaking of tiny budgets, I love all the laundry room makeovers on Pinterest, but new counters and floors and appliances are farther down my home improvement goals.
One of the easiest changes to make on a tiny budget is to add decorative hooks for the clothes that get a hanger and wait in line for the ironing board. I found these at Hobby Lobby on sale (every other week). I love these hooks! In addition to holding hangers, I usually throw my workout gear on the hooks to air dry!
These laundry prints were a fun online find and they gave a little laundry room refresh for a few dollars. I found the frames at Michaels (on sale) to keep in line with the laundry room budget refresh.
These laundry soap glass jars were one of my FIRST blog posts.
I would share the original post, but when this event happened I lost all my posts. But the jars are still standing!
When the laundry pods took over the shelves at Target I added a smaller job with instructions for my boys!
Here’s another favorite budget-friendly laundry room refresh idea.
I shared how I updated the hardware here, but here is the finished look on the cabinets.
Thanks for stopping by today! What ways have you updated your laundry room on a very tiny budget?
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