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Sometimes I try complicated and time consuming projects. Sometimes I spend less than 3 dollars on 2 “frames” and update my laundry room with paint I already have. And I feel great about it.
Our laundry room is a windowless little nook with low ceilings and an awkward shape in the basement. And it has looked pretty dire since we moved in.

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So Jeremy used some wood leftover from tearing down closet doors in the former garage  to build some shelves above the washer/dryer which automatically upped our storage game.
I used some leftover paint from the bathroom remodel (Gibraltar by Sherwin Williams) to paint a little accent wall.

Then I created the cheapest art ever!

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I bought two clipboards at Walmart for less than $3 combined, and I used the existing tab on top to hang them on the wall like frames. Then I clipped up some art printables I got online. And they are so easy to interchange seasonally or for whatever I want!
The “Be Brave” print came from Etsy. I bought it for decorating my cubicle at work!
purchase your own printable here!

The cute laundry print was a free printable.
Download your own here! 

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This super quick and easy update makes this a much nicer place to do laundry! I would love to find a colorful rug and install some more permanent shelving on the left side wall.