I’m so excited to share my plans for my farmhouse laundry room makeover! I have been planning this makeover for a few years and I am finally ready to make it happen. When I heard about this month’s $100 Room Challenge hosted by Erin at Lemons, Lavender & Laundry I knew I wanted to participate!
Fall is just around the corner, and it has me thinking about back-to-school sales, school supplies, and preparing for the upcoming school year. Along with school schedules comes lots of other things: school bags, lunch bags, coats, shoes, and school papers. It can get a bit overwhelming with everything our kids take to school and bring home with them. Iâ€™ve found some beautiful and inspiring mudrooms and entryways that will help â€œcatchâ€ all the things and keep them organized.
I’m always looking for ways to make our home more beautiful and more organized. Does anyone else roam the basket and organization isles at Target and imagine how great their home could look? I like to dream about how great our home would be with everything contained, organized, and in their place. I have to admit that organizing doesn’t come easy for me – but I’m up for the challenge to change my ways!
While browsing for some farmhouse style storage solutions online, I found quite a few budget-friendly options! There are options for every room in your house – the entry way, bedroom, kitchen, pantry, linen closet, and the office. I love that there are so many stylish options to help with the functionality of your home!
My thriftiness and desire to DIY my own projects sometimes leads to me hoarding items until I can figure out what to do with them. I have a huge stash of craft items and thrift store finds just waiting for inspiration to strike. Sometimes it can be a good thing – like this project for instance! A few years ago I found this wine crate at my local thrift store for a few dollars and knew that I could use it for an organization project. It now serves as a functional part of our home and helps with our pantry organization!