A Laundry Room & Mud Room



Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Fresh Linens Monika Hibbs



Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Fresh Linens Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Fresh Linens Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Farmhouse Sink Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Wash Dryer Balls Laundry Bag Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Linens Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Fresh Linens Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Linen Water Hand Soap Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Linen Water Hand Soap Common Goods Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Fresh Linens Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Baskets Hooks Monika Hibbs





Laundry Mudroom Baskets Hooks Monika Hibbs



Laundry Mudroom Floating Shelves Farmhouse Sink Monika Hibbs


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Did someone say laundry?  Please tell me I’m not the only one with the never ending pile of laundry that needs to be folded… all day, every day!  The unsettling feeling of getting it washed, folded and put away is always on the back of my mind.  Our mudroom is right off of our garage, making it a high traffic in and out area in our home. It can be over flowing with laundry or simply multiple pairs of shoes in the middle of the floor, and numerous jackets that are thrown about.

Which leads me to today’s post! How and why you should create a beautiful laundry room or mudroom and it organized and simple!  I love when everything has it’s own place and neatly tucked away.  The items that I have on display are either pieces of decor that add character and charm to a room, or practice and in arm’s reach. Baskets (and crates) are my love language when it comes to organizing.  They not only add so much storage space but look so great when styled in multiples or solo.  Instead of cramming your cleaning supplies and laundry detergents into your cupboards under the sink, place them into crates or the pretty ones on display.  Below I’ve listed my top 5 tips and items to help you create a beautiful space to help making those not so pretty (and daunting)  areas in your organized and beautiful again!

Top 5 Tips to the Perfect Laundry Room:
1. Keep it simple!
2. Find storage specifically for the items you have
3. Add in statement pieces like a great floor or a wallpaper!
4. Consider having some built ins made for some extra storage and a cohesive, all together look
5. Find detergent and cleaning supply bottles that are cute and have great branding, not only for convenience but also for some added style!

Top 5 Items for the Perfect Laundry Room:
1. Baskets
2. Hooks
3. Crates
4. Floating shelves for visible storage
5. And a great piece of artwork… or statement floor!

If you’re looking for a fresh touch to your laundry or mudroom, I’ve partnered with with the talented artist Celeste, creating the perfect “Fresh Linens” print! Plus, you can get a digital download off her website to have in your laundry room! This week only use coupon code MONIKA100 for a complimentary print! Enjoy!

-Building Details-
Architect: Andy Friesen of Sucasa Design
Windows & Doors:  Westeck Windows & Doors
Paint: Behr Walls: Polar Bear, Finishings: Ultra Pure White
Cabinet Design: My House Design Build
Cabinets: Nickels Cabinets
Built-ins: Wescraft Homes
Counters: Margranite Industry Ltd.
Counter Fabrication: SSC Countertops Ltd.

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All White



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It’s no surprise that I am a lover of all white and with Dinner En Blanc in Vancouver just around the corner, I’ve made this post so you can see all my outfit inspiration. Including a few things you might need last minute before you head out and set up your all white everything table!

Dinner En Blanc originated in Paris nearly 30 years ago, with just a small group of friends.  Now the event is huge and always highly anticipated all around the globe! Guests dressed in all white will gather at a location revealed the day of, and participate in a gorgeous outdoor evening! The fun part (and perhaps just a little stressful too), is that each couple sets up their own table, bringing their own tables, chairs, cutlery, florals, decor… everything you’d need for an extravagant or low key dinner in white!

Although the largest turn out for this event is still in Paris, it takes place all over the world!  You can check the website for a city near you and gather inspiration from this post and my style board! Follow along on my social channels this Thursday to see it all unfold!

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