Inexpensive Wall Art for my Laundry Room

You may remember how I got honest about laundry this week.  Well, I decided that my laundry room needed a little sprucing up.  I am hoping that with my new laundry detergent and a new look, laundry won’t be such a pain!  I painted the walls and used some fabulous fabric from Jo Ann’s HGTV HOME™ fabric.

embroidery hoop wall gallery

The first thing that I want to tell you is that doing a little updating in your home does not cost a lot of money.

In fact, other than the beautiful fabric, I had everything on hand to complete this project!  By using a paint color that I had already used in my kitchen, I was able to utilize leftover paint, two yards of the HGTV HOME™ fabric, and a few embroidery hoops that I already had.

 Just a little sprucing up made a huge impact in my little laundry room.

HGTV HOME™ fabric

Here is a peek at the fabric  that I was given by Jo Ann’s to try out.  Isn’t it just beautiful?

It feels so nice and is just so vibrant.  You really need to check out the selection in their stores.  It is great fabric to use to add a little pizazz in your home.

laundry room art

Here is what it looks like now… so easy and hopefully laundry time will be more enjoyable!  Let’s take a look at a few of the elements that were changed…

embroidery hoop art

For the wall art, I simply framed a few different sections of the fabric with embroidery hoops.  This worked perfectly because it had the perfect size repeat and I could frame 4 different types of flowers. If you want to find out how to frame fabric with  a hoop, take a look at our Monogrammed Embroidery Hoop Art for a step by step tutorial.

fabric wall art

I just cannot get over how much I love this fabric!!  It has the perfect blend of pinks, oranges, grays, and browns… all of my favorite colors!

counter skirt

I had already installed a burlap counter skirt under the counter in my laundry room, but it needed a little  updating.  I decided to use the houndstooth pattern of the HGTV Home fabric and made a cuff.  It was super simple and it was high time I blew the dust off of my sewing machine!

 If you are interested in making one for yourself, it is really not too difficult to do.   To make the counter skirt you will just make a casing { or folded over tube } large enough at the top of the burlap to fit a shower curtain rod.  Thread it through and you are done!

 Now you can use a little bit of fabric to completely update a room in your home.  Just do it… I am so glad that I did!

Here is a peek at some other embroidery hoop decor items we have created…


This unique twist on Halloween decor… a Spider Web Wreath.

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. says

    It all looks beautiful Trish!! Such fun fabric and the pops of color on the wall are perfect. I love that you added some to your burlap skirt too! Great job friend! :-)

  2. says

    This is a wonderful and so simple way to update with splashes of color and some texture. I’m never disappointed when I go to JoAnn’s!

  3. Crystal says

    Love the colors!!! They look great on your wall! What a great way to spruce up the laundry room to make it a little enjoyable despite the fact that we actually have to do laundry…lol!!

  4. says

    I truly love this idea! The fabrics are amazing and I have so many embroidery hoops it’s not even funny! I honestly would never have come up with this so thank you so much for sharing!!! Love love love it :) Krista @ A Handful of Everything

  5. Megin says

    Love it, Ladies! And the burlap skirt is yummy, too!
    I’m visiting you today from CRAFT. I’m co-hosting a Link Up today and would LOVE for you to link this! I hope you get a chance to stop by, Link Up and comment, too!
    ~ Megin

  6. says

    This is beautiful! And simple! I love me some Joann’s! I’ve become quite addicted to fabric lately! :)

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week! :)


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