Ain't that the truth?
(My mother would not be happy that I just used the word ain't!)
I hear that some people actually like doing laundry! I'm not one of them. Ironing was relaxing for my mother. That didn't get past on to me. If something is wrinkled, I just throw it back in the drier and hope for the best. Thank goodness for washers & driers! It must have been awful to have to wash clothes on a rock!!!
I have added some fun decor outside of my laundry room to try and make it a little more inviting. Inside the laundry room, however, is a disaster so you won't be seeing that. Maybe someday.
The walls are painted a cheery yellow. I found this great vintage clothespin holder at a local antique store.
For some of you younger readers, you may not have ever seen these. The bag was filled with clothes pins & the wire would hang over the clothes line and slide along with you as you hung the laundry out to dry.
Doesn't she look like she's having fun?
When I bought this it was still filled with vintage clothespins, which it still holds!
Check out how much this bag cost back in the day?
I paid $12 for it.
I made a sign to hang above my laundry room door.
I used an artist block and painted it cream. I then cut out the vinyl letters I wanted on my Cricut. I placed them on the board and painted over the entire board with blue. I peeled off the letters and sanded the whole thing down and aged the edges a little.
Now at least it's cheerful before I get in the laundry room!!!