I am super excited about this DIY Laundry room makeover on a budget: Week 1. This year I am entering the $100 Room Challenge. I am planning on doing my daughter’s laundry room. Lucky girl! She is on a tight budget and what better way to stay on track than to enter this challenge. Hope you enjoy it!
A Little History of the $100 Room Challenge
Before I dive into this laundry room post. Let me give you a little history about this challenge. Erin Meyers from Lemon Lavender and Laundry created this challenge 5 years ago. It has been a great success with many bloggers including herself being featured in magazines. Erin herself has been on The Rachel Ray Show. For more info about this challenge, you can read it here.
Let’s talk about this DIY laundry room makeover on a $100 budget and can it be really done?
Ashley’s goal is to have her cabinets painted, a tiled backsplash installed, the wall freshly painted, and floating shelves. Yikes! Can I really do all this? Ashley works full time and with two young toddlers leaves no time for much. She did agree to paint the walls, which will help me big time.
Diy Laundry Room Makeover On A $100 Budget:Week 1 The Design Plan.
To jazz up this space, I am going to paint the cabinet a baby blue color. This will do wonders to brighten up the space. Along the back walls of the sink and washer/dryer will do a tiled backsplash This will be my first tile job, so I am nervous and excited about this. (I am using leftover tile from my kitchen backsplash.
My goal is to take this wired shelving down and replaces it with floating shelves. Still undecided, but I love the plumbing pipe brackets with white shelving instead of floating. She loves floating, maybe she will listen to her mommy 🙂 So far with the paint, paint supplies, tile supplies. I am at $84.00. Hopefully, I can find shelving and supplies for $25.00. If I do then this laundry room can be done for $100.
Supplies For The DIY Laundry Room Makeover
- White Shelves
- Tile Cutter
On to the work for this Diy Laundry Room Makeover On A $100 Budget: Week 1.
I am not the only one in this challenge so checkout more $100 room challenges projects in the links below. There is sure to be so much talent and creativity. Enjoy!