After completing the major projects for functionality in my laundry room makeover, I wanted to make it appealing to the eye with finishing touches.
If you missed the projects from the laundry room makeover, you can check them out here:
There really wasn't any wall space left for artwork or wall decorations; however, there was a narrow space between my storage cabinets and ironing board cabinet. I wanted it to be meaningful and complimentary to the room, yet not overload the space.
Last summer, my grandmother gave me these beautiful art cards she purchased from a local Seattle artist. They are beautiful pen and watercolor sketches. The talented artist is Gail Wong, and you can see more of her beautiful work here.
I ordered this last one directly from her, I like to decorate in odd groups and needed a 5th horizontal piece to complete the set -
I LOVE the northwest, both my parents were raised in WA and I still have lots of family there. I used to go there for weeks every summer and have so many fond memories of this beautiful area.
These were perfect for my space, so I decided to matte and frame these art cards and display them in a vertical college -
I think they work perfect for this small space!