Colorful Laundry Room Curtains…Revealed

A few weeks ago I shared bits and pieces of these fun and colorful curtains. It really ended up being a sneak peek because you couldn’t see photos of the finished product. In all their glory. In their new home.

Now you can!


I love house plans that include a side entrance through the mudroom or laundry room. It just makes sense. There’s something so neighborly about being greeted at the side door.

Especially when it’s a door this cute!

Of course we can’t forget about the sweet little window above the washer and dryer. This tiny window can now hold its own with a bold cafe curtain that offers privacy but still lets in light.

This adorable laundry room belongs to Jordan and her family. I met Jordan’s mom, Shannon, years ago when I made window treatments for her. Now I get to help Jordan. This may be a first for me. Sewing for the second generation.  (Should I say that makes me feel old? Nope. Not gonna to do it.)

Jordan and Shannon gathered all the fabrics and I helped determine how everything would work together.

Jordan decided the next logical step after new curtains was a new chandelier for the laundry room.

I like the way she thinks!

Now for the unexpected. We decided to line the cafe panels on the door with the lime green chevron!

How cute is this?

Now it’s even more fun to walk up to her side entrance and be greeted by all this cuteness! Makes me smile!

If you think Jordan was brave in her choice of fabrics and colors for the laundry room…

Wait ’till you see these beauties!


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16 Responses to Colorful Laundry Room Curtains…Revealed

  1. Stacey says:

    How fun! I think we need to see more of Jordan’s home if she’s willing to share. :)

  2. SO cheerful & lively!! Love em. Sonya, your creations always make me smile and embolden me a little more to use the fabrics I love!!

  3. amy says:

    Your curtains are always so fun and cheerful! Love this one too…

  4. Kristie says:

    Love the whimsical designs and as usual your work is perfect! I agree with the first comment, I would love to see more of her house!

  5. Paula Chaffin says:

    One again, you amaze me with your fabric combinations! I need to be more open to that because I just love your taste!!

  6. They look lovely, Sonya! I like the pattern fabric seen from the outside of the door as well. Love that you can catch a glimpse of her chandelier in that one picture {the outside looking in one}.

  7. Cynthia says:

    These curtains are so happy. Love the color.


  8. Holly says:

    I think your curtains are way sweet but I absolutely love the door and cabinet finish.

  9. Pat says:

    These are soooo pretty! Of course, I love color and the combos are awesome, as usual. Yes, ask her if we might see more. :) Love that side door! My daughter & s-i-l have one and it’s just so welcoming I think.


  10. Stephanie says:

    SO fun! Love these – the chevron fabric is my favorite!

  11. Lisa says:

    Sew cute! And I love her laundry room too!

  12. debbiedoos says:

    Love love love these! They are so adorable Sonya!

  13. Katie says:

    Oh my! I LOVE the orange and turquoise at the end! I’ve been incorporating so many shades of orange at my house! Love the curtains!

  14. Mandy says:

    Hi Sonya, thanks so much for sharing these adorable drapes at Project Queen’s Link Party! I’ll be sharing them at the Highlight Party Monday evening. LOVE THEM!

  15. Anita says:

    OH I love them!! Great job, and I love all of the patterns.