Sunday, June 12, 2016

House Tour :: Laundry Closet

Our first (& smallest) room has been complete!

The Laundry closet got a fresh coat of paint, a tile accent wall, and I quickly revamped the existing wire shelves with a can of copper spray paint.

I'm in love! 

Faux marble tile accent wall

The laundry closet is right off our kitchen and doesn't currently have a door so I wanted it to look like it belonged. I decided to give it a tile wall to match our will be back splash along the kitchen wall, I also spray painted the shelves copper to match the kitchen sink and accents.

This was my first experience laying tile, and it was awesome! I definitely learned some tricks that will come in handy when we tile our back splash in the kitchen later this Summer.

This makeover was quick and budget friendly: 

Paint // Sherwin Williams 'Passive' $28.98
Tile and supplies // $157.59
Spray Paint // Rust-Oleum in hammered copper $5.48

Total // $192.05

We will hopefully add a wood shelf that spans the width of the room under the window, this will help cover the outlet / drain situation and also give the tile a finished transition.

We also may or may not add a door to the opening, I'm flirting with the idea of a sliding barn door, but would hate to block the natural light coming from the window. So we'll see.

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