Welcome to Christmas in the laundry room! I’ll be honest, I don’t do a lot of decorating in this room. However, I do think that it’s a room that I spend a good amount of time in so it should be a happy place to be.
My friends Terrie from Decorate And More With Tip, Teresa from Through A Vintage Door and I will be sharing our Laundry rooms on our blogs as well as a video that we will put up on Facebook.
I’ll be sure and list their links below so that you can easily hop over and see their laundry rooms all decorated for Christmas!
I started decorating on my dryer.
This vinyl Merry Christmas cutout was perfect for the front glass.
Next I added some raffia to my dryer sheet box to add a little color and texture to this side of the room.
The Sink Wall
The sink wall is where most of my decorating takes place.
This snowman tree and the wooden present were craft projects from a few years ago.
The flannel plaid tree came from Walmart last year.
Once all of these were in place, I added some greenery and an ornament to tie them all together.
My Tide Pods and spot cleaners are housed in these cute tins.
A few added ribbon, some greenery and an ornament were added to this small vignette.
Above the countertops, on each of the cabinet door I hung a wreath.
This is so simple to do using upside down command hooks!
And boy, does it make such a huge difference to the rooms decor!
This Merry Christmas sign is from Hobby Lobby a few years back.
It’s the perfect thing to hang above the sink.
To the left of the sink is where I keep my paper towel holder and hand soap.
Once again, I added in a flannel tree, greenery and an ornament to tie this area to the other end of the countertop.
Christmas Chalkboard Sign
And last, but not least – although it is certainly my favorite – I changed out my chalkboard art.
It was a happy Fall message, however now it’s a fun Let it snow one.
I love it!
I have to admit I love having Christmas in the laundry room!
Now please join me in visiting Terrie and Teresa to see what their laundry rooms look like.
Also you can see Corine’s room on Facebook here.
Until next time…