Gets the Red In!

We’ve seen cabinets go white, we’ve seen them go black, we’ve even seen them in hot pink once, but not too often have we seen them in red. And what better place to go bold than in the laundry room?

I think they look great, and the glaze tones down the shade nicely so they aren’t totally Clown Nose Red, which is actually a Ralph Lauren paint color. (That is actually a lie).You should try to make your laundry room as pleasant as possible, I firmly believe. I am planning to paint my washer and dryer pink someday. (That is actually not a lie). More to see from Rachel at Kids Room Creations. Thanks Rachel!

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  1. Hi Lindsey! Oh, I love these cabinets red! With the glaze they look oriental! Oriental cabinets in the laundry room! That’s too cool! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  2. How in the hey day do you plan on painting your W&D? Seriously, I want to know! *B

  3. The before looks so much like my laundry room…. right down to the paint samples on the wall! Love the red!

  4. Your newly red cabinets are just spot on wonderful. What a daring project with divine results.
    Traci

  5. wow, the glaze is super pretty!

  6. A laundry room is a perfect place to go bold-you can always close the door if you decide you don’t like bold all the time, you can’t do that in the kitchen or dining room.

  7. Wow! Normally I prefer natural wood colors to anything painted, but I actually like this better! And Summers Camp…you can buy paint for metal things (like tractors or other farm equipment) at a hardware/agriculture store. That should work on a washer and dryer as well.

  8. I would buy Clown Nose Red. You will, of course, paint your appliances Pepto Pink.

  9. I think clown nose red is a great color name. If there is ever a paint color contest I think you should enter. lol

  10. when I was growing up we lived in a house my dad built fro the foundation up. My mom ordered the kitchen and bath appliances. It was 1966, and we had a PINK freezer on the bottom fridge, a PINK double sink and a PINK range. In the bathroom was a turquoise colored sink and bathtub! Maybe not the height of chic in rural connecticut, but it made her happy!

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