When we moved into this house about 5 years ago, the laundry room was painted this bright celery or sage green color. I liked it (and didn't feel like painting) so it stayed.
There is a security system panel on this wall that I wanted to conceal by adding more stuff around it. I had seen various other gallery walls such as those listed here, here and here. I knew I could do something similar in my laundry room. Since the washer, dryer, cabinets, trim and doors were all white, I decided to paint the picture frames white to keep it all looking cohesive. I had all the frames and just painted them so this whole project only cost about $4.00 for a can of flat white spray paint.
I just put a piece of scrapbook paper with colors that matched the room in the oval frame. The smallest rectangle frame is a quote I found here, that I just printed on my computer. I thought it would be nice to look at when I feel like I'm doing 'just laundry'. It's a quote by LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinckley and says, "Women who make a house a home make a far greater contribution to society than those who command large armies or stand at the head of impressive corporations."
I think it looks much better. I especially like having a mirror on this wall since the laundry room leads to the garage and I can check my hair before I leave. I'll keep you updated as to when I find something to fill in that gap. Anyone else do a gallery wall?