If you’re like most of us, you’re probably spending more time in the laundry room than you really like, but you never really think about how you’ll decorate or style it. In fact, the laundry room is probably one of the most used but most forgotten places in the entire home. It just does not come to mind that it can be well decorated and much more beautiful, attractive and pleasant to wear.
If you’re taking a weekend off and just concentrating on updating your style design, you might not get as bored doing your homework.
Most laundry items look very useful. They are monotonous, obtuse, and just plain uninvited. This makes decorating easier as just adding color to the room will dramatically change the whole look.
Now you don’t want to paint all the walls a dark color, of course because if your clothes look like most, they are small. Darker colors will make your clothes look paler and paler too, and this will likely depress or irritate us.
Therefore, one of the best things you can do to improve the look of your clothes is to add bright and bright color shades. Try painting the decor a soft or pastel yellow, for example, or try bright primary colors like green and blue.
Since there is probably no one but you to see the clothes, you can really have fun putting your creativity to the test when decorating this area. If you’ve always wanted to try out some whimsical home details, paint a murmur painting, or even try out some trendy paint color and pattern designs … this is the place for it. Your clothes can become your new artist palette.
First, think of a project topic that you would like to test. Maybe you’ve always wondered what scratched walls will look like, or maybe you want the room to look like a child in grandma’s garden.
If that seems too difficult for you, another great laundry theme is a retro look. Paint various laundry items on your walls in a variety of sizes and colors: soap, iron, cloth, dry. Then, hang up framed art prints that show old advertisements for washing powder or old labels for detergents used in the past.
And remember that just because you decorate a laundry doesn’t mean you have to choose a cleaning style. Do whatever makes you happy when designing this room, because the goal is to make you smile by doing your daily chores.