If you remember this is what we started with (YIKES).
We had already laid tile in this room and bought an extra 6' butcher block countertop last year when we did the kitchen renovation so that was awesome to have that already done. But other than that here is our list of what we did
LAUNDRY ROOM REDO PLAN
- Build and install new dutch door
- Sheetrock in wall
- Baseboard trim
- New light fixture
- New sconces
- Install butchblock countertop over washer/ dryer
- Build custom electrical panel cover
- Build stained shelves with L brackets for pantry (5 total) and one over the washer/dryer
- Paint ceiling and patch where fluorescent light was
- Patch and paint walls
- Paint all trim
- Install dryer bars
- Lots of baskets and accessories for storage
Total spent = $890
Breakdown (these are round numbers)
$180 - Sheetrock, Framing, Paint
$160 - Shelving, Stain and Brackets for shelves
$150 - Dutch Door. We purchased a door from our local salvage yard and cut it up and added hardware.
$90 - Electrical Panel cover. This would have been less but we got charged over $30 for shipping for a decorative panel oops.
$120 - Lighting. We ordered the same light fixture we used in our kitchen reno and these two sconces.
$190 - Accessories and storage.
For a total room redo we were pretty excited with that number! I was so grateful we had already bought the tile and the countertop which would have added about $350 I think?
If you are looking for a specific source most of the sources are in the one room challenge posts- this post has the introduction to the space and before photos, this post has the design plan, this post has sheetrock and paint up, this post has details on the DIY shelves and lighting, and this post has our DIY dutch door and electical panel cover.
I so enjoyed being part of the One Room Challenge this year- it was my first time and a super positive experience. Thanks to Linda for hosting!
I'm back later this week with my favorite way to hang a large gallery wall- 18 frames!
(All photos by Sophie Brendle Photography)