A laundry is a necessary place for every home as we all wear clothes and it sometimes gets dirty. If you have a large family, laundry is a must as the amount of clothing is likely to grow very quickly. Not every house has space for a laundry, as you will need to put a washer, dryer, some shelves and hangers for the clothes. Where can I do a laundry? When space is tight, hide a washing machine in the kitchen or bathroom, do a laundry in the basement, or use your mud room to create one.
Mudroom linen combinations are very comfortable and look great when they are well decorated. It gives you the option of not using living space for a utility area, which is a great advantage. Even if your mud room is tiny, it can contain some necessary items: a washer, dryer, and some closets, shelves, and hangers. You can hide them behind doors or curtains to keep the mess room tidy, or on the contrary – expose them. Mudroom cabinets and shelves can also be used for laundry purposes, this is very convenient.
When decorating a mudroom laundry, remember that it is better to choose light colors and shades, as these will visually expand the space and reflect the light that is often lacking in a mudroom. Add more light to the useful areas where you wash or hang your clothes to see everything clearly. If you have a tight mess room, position the laundry equipment so that it doesn’t prevent you from walking. Closed cabinets keep your space looking neat, but open shelves won’t make your mess room look that bulky. You can also conveniently attach your hangers to the hooks on the open shelves. Use mudroom cabinets and drawers to store laundry detergent and other necessary items. If there is not enough space, think vertically: stack the washer and dryer on top of each other and you will have more free space. If possible, make a sink in the room, it can be useful.
Do not hesitate to organize a wash in your dirty room. Still, it is possible to keep such a space neat and stylish using the tips we have given!
Rustic style is very popular for home decor and of course for vacation style, it brings ultimate cosiness. If you want to decorate your Christmas party in a rustic style, we've prepared some cool ideas to make it effortless and in a cool way. Immerse yourself in our gallery below!
There is nothing more beautiful than the things that nature has created. What you need for a rustic decor is a touch of nature here and there - evergreen plants, pine cones, acorns, twigs, berries, flowers and so on. They can be artificial or natural. You can arrange them in several ways, such as: B. Put firewood in a galvanized bucket or basket, arrange branches and berries, use evergreen plants, pine cones and acorns. The good thing is that most of these projects are completely DIY. You can make many wreaths, centerpieces, arrangements, and other decorations to style both outdoors and indoors. You can collect the materials for these outdoor decorations and home improvement yourself - go to the woods for branches and pine cones, get acorns and evergreen plants so you can take a nice walk and decorate all in one.
Natural decor should be completed with some rustic touches to make it rustic rather than just natural or Scandinavian. Opt for galvanized buckets and bathtubs, baskets and woven vases and pots, lots of burlap and textiles with buffalo check and plaid prints, vintage metal bells, wooden bowls and ornaments, wooden discs. Use the same thing both indoors and outdoors to make your space more cohesive - plaid ribbons and stone bunting, wrap your Christmas decorations in buffalo plaid textiles or make them out of wooden discs that also serve as placemats or platforms for Christmas centerpieces can serve. Make wooden signs, wooden boxes for natural Christmas arrangements, wrap candles with bark and realize other Christmas projects to ultimately make your decor cozy.