1.Remove all the crap from shelves
2.Spackle holes (I skipped this step…I do not show the public my laundry closet & I do not mind the holes)
3.Paint walls and shelves – Ben Moore: HC 170-Stonington Gray.
•Mini roller & tray
•1 1/2 inch paint brush
End of Day 1
Day 2: Wallpapering a focal wall in laundry room/closet
I am wallpapering the back of my laundry closet with contact paper. It is an inexpensive way to get a fresh new look in a small space.
Here is the step by step directions for wallpapering with contact paper.
If this appeals to you check out the selection of shelving liners on Amazon link below.
I wanted a little drama and fun in my laundry area, I spend a great deal of time in this space. I love the results.
What do you think? Have you ever used contact paper as wallpaper? It is great in a wet area like a laundry room.
Tomorrow we will stage the closet to give me the utility I need and the beauty I want.
Let me know what you think by commenting or liking the post.
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