Laundry Room Mood Board

Woops. Did the weekend end already? Sorry about that. I found myself telling someone the other day that this is a busy time of year for me. I then realized that I say that about six times a year. I should probably come to terms with the fact that I’m just busy.

I’ve got parent/teacher conferences coming up next week, so that kind of keeps me from tackling any big projects around the house. Nothing worse than a torn up guestroom only to have your in-laws come up and have nowhere to sleep. So…..I wait. And I plan. Wanna see what I planned?

{Laundry Room}laundry mood board

I don’t know if you’ll agree, but I just love it when someone offers a “mood board” for the ideas going on in their head. I’ve stayed away from it until now simply because I’m fickle. Just ‘cause this idea is what I want today, it doesn’t mean this is what I’ll end up with. A mood board is a little too committal for me, and I don’t want to disappoint anyone. That sounds like I need therapy.

The wood sample in the board is for butcher block countertop. It’s a finalist, but not the winner yet. I love how it looks in the photo below. It adds a little warmth and texture to the space—two of my favorites!

butcher block{source}

Not sure if it works? Check out these glam shots. Pretty a—ma—mazing!

glass backsplash{source}

butcher block island

butcher block counter

butcher block island

butcher block island{All pictures via Decor Pad}

Planning a mood board is not the easiest thing in the world, but I think you get the idea. My excuse for not doing laundry is that I need a room transformation, so I should probably get moving on it. As soon as I’m not busy. :)

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