Were it not missing a window, one would never suspect this cottage laundry room was located in a basement. Selecting the perfect perk-me-up color, based on Devine paint color’s “Steamer,” homeowner Beth Schaleben took steps to create a mood for the space that she had seen in a magazine. The skirted wooden counter would receive all the ‘oohs and aahs,’ were it not for the vintage fabric bleach sign discovered in a fellow junker’s stash. It’s a fantastic piece of wall art that adds color and off-the-chart personality in the compact room.
Schaleben used an ebony stain on the new pine counter to craft a mocha appearance. The burlap fabric skirt provides a rustic cover for ample storage below. A tough-looking commercial pull down spray faucet is just the ticket for working on stubborn stains. On the far left, we can spot part of a galvanized bin repurposed to hold cleaning supplies. The painted plank ceiling with a milky-white cased glass pendant, striped rug, and metal stool add even more cottage charm.
See more skirted looks in Black and White Patterned Kitchen and Kitchen Cabinets with Skirts. Want to hide a front load washer and dryer? Then don’t miss all the ideas found in Hidden Laundry Spaces.
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