I set out to do this laundry room makeover for under 300 dollars. I tend to go overboard and really wanted to make a plan and stick with it this time. I had not touched this laundry room since I moved in over 5 years ago. In all honesty, I just had no idea where to even start. Then finally, during quarantine, I decided there was no better time than now to gut this laundry room entirely. My goal was to make this laundry room feel bigger and brighter than it currently was. And to keep it clean and neutral, while still adding a little style to the space.
This diy office makeover has been nothing short of extreme. I put a lot of time and planning in to this office and I'm really proud of the outcome. When you start a room makeover, it’s best to begin with the larger items first. They are the foundation of your space and everything else is built around it.
We are so proud of this extreme dorm room diy makeover. Khoa is an RA now, which means she gets her own dorm room. Exciting, right?! The downside is she lives in the oldest housing building on campus. And it's an old campus. Cinder block walls, awful carpet, 20 plus year old paint. It felt like a prison cell.