This is a view from the kitchen doorway. The walls are yellow and the cabinets are turquoise with black hardware.
This wall display is a mix of old trays, (including a Coca Cola tray on top), old bowls, washboards, a Ball jar sign, embroidered pictures, and a vintage drinking water bag. In the corner are vintage metal picnic baskets, a stool, my childhood ironing board and some irons.
There is also a clothes bar here for hangers.
I found the little vintage travel iron at a thrift shop, in it's original box, earlier this year. On the right on two metal toy irons.
This Eagle Brand Drinking Water Bag is in excellent shape but quite old.
The washboards are a little cliche for a laundry room but I like them.
Embroidered laundry room art.
Laundry room sign.
Not old, but vintage looking clothespin bag.
My red Whirlpool washer and dryer. More irons. The Canvas on Demand 1940's photograph canvas covers our electrical box.
My laundry room has no windows, it's in the middle of the house. The area on the right above the cabinets is dark as duct work blocks the ceiling light. I have a Dept 56 snowman cookie jar, a McCoy Pillsbury doughboy cookie jar, and a vintage Ideal Ironstone Pizza Pie chef plate.
More kitsch on top of the laundry room cabinet. The cook book was my Great Grandma's. The Red Wing Dutch girl and pink rooster cookie jars were my Grandma's.
More color with vintage kitchen tins and salt and pepper shakers.
If you have been following my nostalgia posts this month, you will recognize this wall and my vintage telephone.
This is the view from the other doorway of the laundry room off of the hallway.
That's it, my laundry room. A very vintage riot of color that makes clothes washing a little more bearable!