I used to write a blog called Cute, Smart and Organized that was aimed at reminding you just how amazing you already are. The following is a post from that blog.
Ah....Mondays and Laundry. They kind of conjure up the same feelings, don't they? Today, I'm going to give you a reason to be thankful for your tiny laundry room: Little spaces are easy and affordable to decorate! Treat yourself to a few well-chosen organization tools and fun finds to brighten up your wash day attitude.
I have a soft shade of blue on the walls in my washroom that I absolutely love. Add a favorite shade to make yoursa little more inviting! Just have a laundry closet? How fun would it be to swing open the doors to this yellow and white dotted paper from Anthropologie?
Soften up the floor
I love the bold zig-zag pattern on thischarcoal and white chevron rug, just $21 at Crate and Barrel.
Create storage, even in the tiniest of spaces
If you weren't blessed with ample cabinet space(and who was?), take a cue from Pinterest: The "shelf across the back of the washer and dryer" craze is one trend that ought to be followed! I show a reclaimed wood shelf from Restoration Hardware, but you could just as easily make your own with an inexpensive pine board and bracket set. Have Lowescut the board for you!
Put up a message board...you'll thank me!
My husband and I just realized we can leave each other notes in the wash room with special washing instructions. Why didn't we think of this sooner? No more favorite sweaters shrinking in the dryer! :) Cute adhesive-chalkboard turtle, aplusrstore.com
Include a way to hang clothes to dry
Even if there's no room for a drying rack, you can hang a few small hooks on the wall, or even attach magnetic hooks on the washer itself. Tree-branch hooks from StudioLicious on Etsy, $25.
Elevate the essentials
Are any of you sprucing up your laundry room right now? Let us know what you're up to!
You are so Cute, Smart and Organized,