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I would say my laundry room when I was growing up was a mess. It ended up being the spot where things would be placed that did not have a home. I was determined that my current laundry room was to be different – and I want to show you what I did so hopefully you can decor your laundry room as well.
Before I start with the updating the decor I needed to make sure my laundry room was well stocked so I went to Sam’s Club and I picked up Member’s Mark® Ultimate Clean Liquid Laundry Cleaner.
What I love about Member’s Mark Ultimate Clean Liquid Laundry Cleaner is that it is not only a great value to Sam’s Club members ( value is very important to me) but it performs very well. It really performs like the national leading brands for a fraction of the cost. I love the fact I can buy a large package so I do not have to buy it again for a long time!
The detergent was developed with Ultimate Clean technology – meaning in all temperature settings those stains are coming out – check out Sam’s Club site for more information HERE
This detergent will leave your clothes fresh and clean – I love that the dispenser is no0mess too! Plus it is HE compatible! Score!
Now that I have my detergent it is time to update my laundry room look – here is the before
The first this I did was bring some color into the room – I went with spring colors
I also wanted to have something on the wall that was a DIY – part art part helpful. I wanted to put up a Lost Sock Finder – basically when you find a sock without a mate you pin it to the board – when you find the mate you have a match. You can buy one for $50 – $75 like the one below
I decided to make my own – what you will need – board, glue, clothes pins, some way to attach the board to the wall that is it!
Simply glue the clothes pins to the board and wait for a few minutes for the glue to dry.
I already had some socks that are missing their mates
This DIY took under 5 minutes and cost under $.50 ( I used scrap wood) – for the rest of the look I reused spring time decor I had around already. Try and use what you have first before buying more decor.
Here is the finished look for the room 🙂
Simple and clean with small pops of color.