I’m sharing over 30 pieces of laundry room decor- something at every price point!
A few months ago, I wrote a blog post all about Budget Laundry Room Ideas, and it was one of my most popular posts last year, so I thought it would be fun to do a splurge versus save laundry room decor edition.
All 30 pieces will be linked at the bottom of the post!
When we recently did a Laundry Room Makeover in our home, I definitely had a budget that wasn’t going to allow me to splurge on very many items. That’s part of the fun, don’t you think? Finding something that is out of your budget, and then hunting for the “save” version. That is exactly what I have done for this post!
I have this White Oak Spindle Bench, and it was definitely one of my splurge items when I did my laundry room. It is also one of my favorite pieces of furniture, so zero regrets. This Spindle Bench gives you a similar look for a fraction of the price. Also love this Natural Wood Bench from Target.
I saved in my laundry room by ordering digital prints and having them printed instead of buying pricier artwork. This printable Landscape Print looks identical to this Framed Artwork, but obviously costs much less.
I splurged on these White Oak Shelves in my laundry room, and I’m really glad I did. I love them, and they are super sturdy, and we will have them forever. That being said, if they aren’t in your budget, these Pine Wood Floating Shelves are an affordable option.
I have this Target Glass Jar in various sizes, as well as these McGee & Co. Glass Canisters, and I love them both. The Target version is $10, while the McGee & Co. splurge version is $32. Highly recommend both!
I will always say if it is in the budget, splurge on pillows. I have mine for years, and rotate them in and out for different seasons, and they always look great. That being said, I do sprinkle in save versions each season. Etsy has so many great pillow shops no matter your budget. This Black & Neutral Striped Pillow is $30 compared to this very similar Black & Cream Stiped Pillow that is $40 more.
I splurged on a Pottery Barn runner for our kitchen several years ago, and I have always been happy I did so. I have also saved on rugs in several areas of my home. This Pottery Barn Runner is a beautiful rug, and this Loloi Runner gives you a similar look for over $400 cheaper!
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