My philosophy is that a room that’s designated for “daily chores” . . .
~ ~ should be happy and and a pleasure to be in . .
~ ~ ~ ~ well maybe, most of the time.
Loved ones with dirty clothes!
When we relocated many years ago from Florida to NC . .
~ ~ I did not sell my vintage laundry items . . .
~ ~ ~ ~ knowing I wanted to keep a vintage look in my new laundry room.
Vintage laundry items collected over the years . .
Vintage laundry items corralled in an Ikea hanging basket . .
~ ~ items gained from a friend and gift from my sister.
Now moving to the other side . .
A top was made so that I would have a space for folding clothes . .
~ ~ and most importantly, have a space to house my “pretties”
This blue and white 1971 plate with a laundry theme was a great find!
My cute clothes sprinkler lady….
My washer eats socks!!!
I purchased this print when I was in Charleston not too long ago. .
~ ~ It reminded me so much of my mom hanging clothes on the clothesline . .
~ ~ ~ ~ always wearing a “house dress”
And I hope that I will never have to revert to using these!!!
Thanks so much for visiting the room where I spend lots of time in . .
Gotta go and do another load of laundry, as “loved ones are nearby” ! !
Have a great day!!
I am joining:
Common Ground for Be Inspired
French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
Imparting Grace for Grace at Home
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays