I am back with another laundry room update, since I figured out some very easy decoration for my freshened and more organized laundry room (find part 1 here).
It all started when I saw this picture the other day while browsing the internet:
Unfortunately I can’t find the link to this picture anymore but whoever created this nursery, I love the circles.
Then I thought that the circles would make a nice decoration for my tiny laundry space.
So I went to AC Moore, looking for wooden circles like the ones in the picture. They didn’t have any wooden ones, but I found similar ones in the Styrofoam-isle. I brought home a bunch and actually laid them out on my kitchen floor:
Then I got out the two paint samples I received for free in the mail and using a brush I just kind of pushed the paint on my circles:
I painted a few in the tealish color, a few in light green and a few I simply left the way they were.
After about 15 minutes of painting, I had this:
Then I used a few pieces of double-sided tape to attach them to the wall:
Here another close-up:
I think the bubbles are fun, and this was VERY Easy.
I also found an XXL-pin for clothes, decorated it a little bit and attached it to the other side of the wall:
Now everything I need to do is find a solution for the work-clothes chaos created by my Mr. Multikulti. Once I find a good and especially cheap solution for that, I’ll write about the changes.