Laundry Closet Reveal 3

Yes you read the title right; this is reveal #3 of my laundry closet and hopefully the final one. If you would like to see the other 2 reveals go HERE 1 | HERE 2



This third redo was done because I needed more storage and I wanted to change things out. So I slowly started removing the wallpaper and the chair rail.



DH hung the second cabinet and added the brackets for the clothes rod. The top half of the walls were repainted. DH and I then hung beadboard paintable wallpaper on the bottom half  measuring from the top of the baseboard to right underneath the cabinets. Once it cured for 36 hours I painted the bottom half of the wall. We used baseboard installed upside down as chair rail (this is a trick I've used throughout our home to make it look more uniform).




The final step was to apply this peel and stick floral decal. DH used tape to place it temporarily on the wall so we could get the placement right before cutting and applying to the wall.







Here is the final look.


SUPPLIES (non-affiliated links)
* beadboard wallpaper (wayfair)
* baseboards, cabinets, dowel rod (lowes)
* paint (valspar - perfect white, sherwin williams - natural @ lowes)
* peel-n-stick wall floral decal (pottery barn)
* decor (etsy, walmart)


Enjoy your day, Tina ♡


8 comments

  1. Love the wallpaper and decals! I need to do something with our bland laundry room too. Thanks for the great inspiration. Now can you give me some motivation?! ;)

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    1. Thank you Cindy! Haha sure I can send you some...

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  2. The floral decal makes a huge statement in this space! Looks great! Donna

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  3. Just popping back in to say I'm going to feature this post on Farmhouse Friday this week. It's so cute! Thank you for linking up. Hope you link up again soon!

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  4. I LOVE the wallpaper !!!! It looks so pretty !!

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