Unless you’ve got someone to do it for you (you, lucky duck!), you probably spend quite a bit of time doing laundry. I know I do! Between the sorting, stain removing, washing, drying, and re-washing (because I forgot to put the clothes into the dryer), I spend way more time in the laundry room than I’d like! A budget laundry makeover might be just what I need to make it slightly more enjoyable!
From pretty decor to full-on renovations, here are some of the best laundry room makeovers I found on the web. Oh, and if you didn’t have plans to spruce up your laundry room this weekend, well, I apologize in advance.
Some of the links in this list are truly budget-friendly, there are makeovers for around $100 and even $50. There are even a few things you can do totally free! Others are full-on renovations, but, you can get ideas on how to replicate things for cheap!
Budget Laundry Makeover Roundup
A little bit of paint goes a long way! (And check out that closet-turned mudroom!)
A few cheap finds at Target made this laundry closet take on a new (adorable) life!
Love a vintage look? Carry it on to the laundry room!
This drab laundry room got quite a face lift! (It's amazing what paint can do!)
Some gorgeous additions to make your laundry room shine!
Maybe not the most budget-friendly on this list, but this makeover is incredible!
How gorgeous does this look??!
A budget of $115 went a long way!
Farmhouse lovers, this one's for you!
An easy way to add some life to your laundry room, add some printables (that are helpful too)!
Which of these tips, tricks, and gorgeous ideas should I try first? Have your own updated and awesome laundry space? I’d love to see it! Tag us in a picture on social (@splendry on Instagram)!
And if you want more home DIY ideas, here are a few!
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Jamie loves a little black dress, chips and salsa, and is obsessed with subscription boxes. She tries to maintain an air of sophisticated city life while actually living next to a wheat field. Or is it alfalfa? Corn? She doesn’t know. You can find her blogging about style and shopping at JK Style. She lives in rural Oklahoma with her husband and baby boy.