No one. At least, I don’t think? Still, we decided to make painting our little main-floor laundry room a priority. We figured that moving the washer and dryer in and out of that tiny space to paint down the road would be virtually impossible.
The first thing I did was painstakingly scrub every centimeter of the white wire shelving. It was covered in thick dust and much of it was sticky from detergent drips (I’m assuming/hoping) accumulated over years. Sadly, I didn’t take a photo of the shelf before, but after less than an hour and a bucket of hot, soapy water, it was amazingly white!
For the paint, we brought back another color we had loved from our old house: Morning Breeze by Behr. We used this color in our previous master bath because it felt like a calm and cool blue that didn’t necessarily look like a baby boy’s nursery. We knew we liked the color in person and thought it kept nicely with our blue/gray palate for this house.
Once the paint had cured for a week or two, we added a decal I found on Wayfair that makes me cry almost every time I read it. It’s silly, but it does keep laundry in perspective. I will never tire of washing tiny clothes!
Now the only thing we need is a little organization for our cleaning supplies, like a rod with hooks for hanging brooms and mops, etc. The room is too small for much else, but possibly a narrow shelf or two for oft-used cleaning products, light bulbs, etc.