Week eight(final) of the One Room Challenge! This was a labor of love. I am very new to the DIY world and this felt like a huge undertaking. Learning how to plumb a sink, demo tile counters and flooring, was challenging yet oh so rewarding. To be perfectly honest the room is not done. I lost two weeks of work to the kids having ear infections and spring break. I need to hang the cafe curtain, wall paper behind the washer and dryer, install drawer pulls and touch up the paint on the cabinets. 
The biggest issue is the floor. The tile underneath is not complete level and smooth and many of the vinyl tile will not stick. Most frustrating. I am very proud of the work I have done thus far and will share once it complete!

The sink and faucet makers? 
The faucet is Kohler and I bought this gorgeous drop in sink was bought on Wayfair
What color did you paint the cabinets and who makes the wall paper?
White Dove by BM. It is the most perfect neutral white and I plan on painting the kitchen and family room is this creamy white. 
Ralph Lauren. Unfortunately, it is discontinued . I found a source for RL wallpapers and fabrics that are a fraction of the price then then original price. I think I paid around twenty dollars a roll rather then the original price of one hundred in seventy! 

     What kind stone did you install for the counters and who makes the flooring?
Carrara. I really wanted the same stone my kitchen and would lend its self to the 1920's utility space I wanted to mimic. The flooring is stick and peel vinyl tiles.

Who makes this lovey pitcher, flower pot and watering can?
This beautiful pitcher , flower pot, and watering can was a gift from MacKenzie-Childs. It could not be more perfect for the space! 

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Despite not being finished I am so happy with the overall look and this chaallenge has taught me to try hard things! Can not wait to see it done and share. 



1 comment

  1. What a beautiful laundry room! From the wallpaper to the sink and faucet (and all the not so visible stuff underneath), you did an amazing job! My ORC project is a small bathroom and I called a plumber for the sink hook-up. (I'm not that brave!) So, even more impressive to see this beautiful laundry room. Congratulations!


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