You can also use color arrangement as part of the laundry room decor. Paint cabinets and shelves in bold color and pair them all with wall paint that is in similar hue to that of the furniture. This is a clever way to make a statement in an area that is easily overlooked. However, be careful not to use too much, though, as it would lead to you feeling overwhelmed while in the room. Add some drama to the laundry room with antique furniture. You can find something nice in the nearest thrift store at a price that does not put too big a dent on your bank account.
The simplest way to deal with laundry room decor is by concealing everything cluttered and messy—if reorganizing them is not possible. Your laundry room might be too tight in space, making it hard for you to get everything organized and tidy. In this case, hiding them away from plain sight might be the most ideal way to deal with them. Get everything in one spot, under the sink, for example. Grab an accent fabric, cut it in proportion to the area under the sink, and use the fabric they way you would a curtain. The mess is concealed and the fabric adds a pop of color to the scene instantly.
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