This post was sponsored by NEW! Tide purclean as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.
Laundry Room Simple Decorating Ideas: Easily spruce up the space in your home where you spend countless hours! A pretty laundry room, is a better laundry room.
A pretty laundry room is hard to beat, right? I’m sharing a few laundry room simple decorating ideas with you, to help spruce up your space a bit. (But wait until I reveal the “before,” photo at the end of this post. Yes, because I’m “normal” (whatever that means) just like you.)
So this is it! I mentioned back in my Laundry Room Shelving Hack post, that I would show you the other side of my laundry room in a future post. Well here it is, and I couldn’t be more excited to fill you in on a little secret that I have, when it comes to decorating the laundry room.
Really, a few small “touches,” of decor (and organization) can add a lot to your laundry room. The last thing that you want is for it to feel cluttered. (Now I’m preaching to choir, because at times this counter in my laundry room can become the main catch all for the entire house. That, and my dining room. But I do love a good “purge and cleaning,” session in each room, to get it back in shape.)
Free printable: There are free printables ALL over Pinterest. I found this one from Carrie Elle, and knew it would fit in, incredible well. “Everyday I’m Laundering.” I mean come on, you KNOW you just sang that in your head. I do it every time.
Greenery: Oh how I love greenery in every room of my home. It literally adds a subtle pop of color, with very little thought. Boxwood trees/plants/wreaths are my ultimate decorating go-to.
Pro Tip: Print out a free printable, frame it, and add a pop of greenery for a subtle statement.
Corral it: Another simple decorating tip I love to pass on, is how items can look so much “cleaner,” when they are corralled in a container/basket/tray. If the items I had here, were scattered and spread out on the counter, it would easily be represented as “clutter.” But since it appears that they have a “home,” it all of a sudden states that it has a “place,” and it’s organized.
Pro Tip: Keep your eye out for cute baskets/trays/containers at yard sales, flea markets, auctions, and close-out stores!
I was SUPER excited when I found the NEW Tide PurClean at Target the other day. (You know, during one of my marathon Target trips that I usually follow up with one of my Facebook LIVE’s?!)
Target always seems to have the new and the best of everything, and while strollin’ down their heavenly isles, it was like the Angels sang to me, “Jessica dear, we’ve offered yet another product for you that you’ll love.”
My family is super sensitive to harsh chemicals and fragrances in laundry detergent, so when I saw the words “honey” and “lavender,” my heart sort of went “pitter-pat.” Detergent that my family can use, is environmentally conscious, AND smells delightful? Get in my cart. Pronto.
What else? Well I asked my friends at Tide and they also told me that the NEW! Tide purclean is the first bio-based detergent with the cleaning power of Tide* (*65% bio-based ingredients).
… yeah, not gonna lie. It has looked like this, many times. Until I just get so sick and tired of it looking like someone broke in to our home, looking for hidden treasure. But there’s something about bringing home a new product that gets me all antsy inside to clean.purge.organize. Hence, the “after,” photos I’m sharing, and my favorite simple ways to decorate a laundry room.
So those are a couple of my laundry room simple decorating ideas. You spend a lot of time in there, you might as well make it something you don’t mind to look at!
I know there are so many of you out there that love to use environmentally friendly household products without a lot of harsh chemicals, so I couldn’t wait to share this new Tide Purclean detergent with you. Here are a few other info bits that you may find helpful too…
- It’s certified by the USDA BioPreferred Program! Yay!
- The formula is made with 100% renewable electricity
- Tide purclean is made at a zero manufacturing waste to landfill site. How cool is that!?
Yay for new finds!