I had to take down the window treatment when we painted, and since it had been up for several years I decided not to put it back but replace it with something new.
The chandy that had been up for several years also had to come down when we painted and I decided not to put it back up either. H installed new farmhouse style lighting in the ceiling ....and I love it!
I hung a new metal fluff and fold sign over the doors to the water heater and heating unit. It's just hung on a couple of screws and can be easily took down when we need in there to change the filters, etc......
The laundry room has an ironing board on the back of the door and I use my drying rack to hang freshly ironed pieces until I'm ready to put them away in the closet.
As shown in the before photo, you can see the washer and dryer were on pedestals which we decided not to use on the new set. H made over the storage piece you see between the w /d and put doors on it.
H put galvanized metal behind the folding table between the washer and dryer and I created a sweet farmhouse vignette on it.
I created a vignette on the dryer,
The dryer sheets used to be in the cabinets over the dryer, but now they are much handier in the white enamel container on top of the dryer.
The previous photo's that you've seen of the new Farmhouse chandelier have had the Edison lights on which made the chandy look like brown color. Here you can see that the chandy is actually a grey weathered wood color.
I shared a post earlier showing the detail of the new window treatment.....if you missed that post here's a link to it....http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2020/01/fresh-window-treatment-and-farmhouse.html
I traded out the mirror that had been hung over the desk for the one that you've seen many times sitting on top of the chesser in the master bedroom.
I placed a buffalo check rag garland around the mirror and added a barn and some farm animals to complete the look I was going for in the laundry room.
The cabinets that line this wall all got a new coat of white paint and H put galvanized metal around the top of the cabinet.