Farmhouse Laundry Room

My farmhouse laundry room reveal complete with chicken coops.

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        A barn door serves as  the entrance to my  laundry room,  which is only fitting since I have what look like chicken coop shelves inside.   The door is not only beautiful, but useful to close off noise and write on!

        I call these my chicken coop cubbies.  Maybe I should put a stuffed toy hen up there to make it look official.

         I found a craftsman at our local antique marketplace (Paramount – for you local Wichitonians) who made these and the countertop cubby below it.

        The washer/dryer had to be placed on a shelf because we needed headspace for the stairs  to the basement below them.  We were able to add a huge pull out drawer on the right side and used the old shiplap from the original kitchen to face the front. 

       The window in the laundry room was originally for another room, but it worked out perfectly here to add in bright light for this small space.  


       And  some artwork for the final touches.

      Artwork and metal hooks also purchased at Paramount!

 

        And finally, here’s something new we tried this Thanksgiving.  Instead of taking turns saying what we were thankful  for around the table, I put out a white pumpkin and some sharpies and let people write what they were thankful for.

       Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and/or friends.  I am thankful for you, my reader, who take the time out of your busy lives to stop at The Noah Farm.    

2 comments
  1. I love this room – especially how you solved the stairs problem and made something better of it! Also love your pumpkin idea!

    1. Thanks, Jana.

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