Farmhouse Friday – Laundry Room

For farmhouse Friday this week, I thought we’d look at one of the most used spaces in any home – the laundry room.

My farmhouse laundry room is one of my favorite rooms in my house, and I’d happily pull my bed in here, if my husband would let me!

laundry room remodel via Knick of Time

It’s a small room, but it’s very functional, and it’s filled with lots of vintage pieces that make me happy, like an antique clothes wringer, with my daughter’s baby dress hanging on it, and a plumbing pipe bar to hang clothes on.

DIY plumbing pipe clothes rack

I shared a several free printables of this  antique clothing advertisements HERE, that are perfect for laundry room art.

Antique Advertisement Royalty Free Stock Image Shirt Color, Crown, Clothes Wringer, and Silverware via Knick of Time

 

I turned a rolling cart into a Laundry Cart for my teenage son.  It holds a lot more than a regular laundry basket, and he has no excuse no that he can’t find a basket! 🙂

Rolling Laundry Cart

This is one of the most stunning farmhouse laundry rooms I’ve seen – from the barn door, to the ticking “curtain” under the washer and dryer.  There’s so much more to this space that isn’t in this photo, so it’s a must visit! ~via Jenna Sue Design Co.

Rustic Farmhouse Laundry Room

This lost socks bucket is so cute, and easy to make with chalkboard stickers! ~via The Hatched Home.

Laundry Room Ideas

Isn’t this the sweetest vintage laundry room vignette (including the cat!) ~via My Rustic Farmhouse

Country Farmhouse Laundry Room

This washtub sink couldn’t be more perfect for a farmhouse laundry room ~(original source unknown)

Repurposed Wash Tub Sink

Such a sweet simple vignette ~via The Country Farm Home.

Antique Wash Board Laundry Room Decor

A rustic crate makes a great laundry room shelf! ~via Country Living

laundry decor

Isn’t this an awesome laundry sign? ~via Thrifty Decor Chic

laundry sign

I love the planked walls and vintage style in this laundry room ~via A Sort of Fairy Tale

White Planked Walls Laundry Room

This laundry room has a neat mix of farmhouse and industrial style, with the rustic wood shelves and pipe clothes rod ~via Design, Dining & Diapers

Industrial Shelves

Start collecting that money, with this DIY loose change mason jar sign ~ via Good Housekeeping.

Mason Jar Ideas Laundry Room Loose Change Jar

Love the wall, love the sign, love the glass jars! {original source unknown}

Industrial sign letters

What a darling clothespin bag, and looks simple enough to make! ~via Etsy

vintage style clothespin bag

Using old washboards and wooden hangers as a sign is just genius! ~via A Diamond in the Stuff

washboard and wooden hangers wall art

I totally love these oversize safety pins as wall art ~viaBallard Designs (not an affiliate – I just love it!)

laundry room safety pin wall decor

I also love this easy-to-make laundry room art by Our Gilded Abode

Laundry Room Wall Art

That’s a wrap for this week’s Farmhouse Friday!

If you missed any of the previous FF events, you can find them all HERE.

Have a safe and happy Halloween!

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  1. So many awesome ideas! You have a beautiful laundry room, Angie…and I love the shopping cart basket! A finished laundry room is on our list!

    • Thanks Linda.
      When we moved into our house, it the laundry room was one of the easier rooms to work on, and after spending months and months on our kitchen remodel – we wanted an easy room!

  2. Marlene Stephenson says:

    People do so many cute things with laundry rooms and i really like yours,thanks Angie,have a great weekend.

  3. Angie love love your laundry space and all the inspiration. Hey if you are going to have to do laundry it might as well be in a pretty place RIGHT?!!!! Have a great week end.
    Kris

  4. Your laundry room is SUCH an inspiration, and I love the other ideas you’ve collected! I especially love all of the vintage touches that makes these rooms so charming. The laundry room in our old farmhouse was added on just a few decades ago, and I’m excited about adding some vintage charm and character to it!

    • Meg, I’m SO glad you left a comment. I just spend 20 minutes reading your blog, and pinned at least 20 photos! I’m looking forward to watching you transform your beautiful old farmhouse. Our old house in Missouri looked very similar to the front of your house. We had 2 doors on our porch, and the same upper dormer windows!

  5. Love it all! Want it all!

  6. Cecile Sims says:

    Hi,

    I just love, love, love that rolling laundry cart. Can you tell me how to make it. I to would love to make one for my daughter at college.

  7. Those laundry rooms are amazing!!! I wish I would have thought of the industrial pipe for ours before we put up my clothes rack!! I don’t have much on my walls, but now I have some great ideas!!

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