Traditional Green Laundry Room With White Cabinetry
Ample cabinet space makes it easy to keep this laundry room organized and uncluttered. Light green walls add a beautiful, bright color to the space, which features white cabinets, hardwood floors and gray stone countertops.
This space proves to be far more than just a laundry room; it also serves as a multifunctional home office and hobby area too. The large L-shaped countertop remains clear for folding laundry and taking on other housekeeping tasks. Plus, storage cabinets above and below the countertop provide the perfect place to store cleaning supplies, extra linens and children's messy arts and crafts supplies. Design by Castle Rock Design Group
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, this laundry room is now a functional space. With front loading washer and dryer and an extended countertop for folding, this space is practical and very useful.
Designer Don Sharp of Sharp Design Studio designs a laundry room that fits the size of this Tampa Bay house. Lots of black cabinets and open cabinets provide plenty of storage, while also creating a stylish space.
Besides creating a place for the kids, the basement space could solve some of family’s increasing need for a place to store shoes and coats by creating a mudroom niche, a small laundry area and even an upgrade to the teeny powder room. A mix of high and low materials adds personalization and keeps the space from feeling cheap.
This designer laundry room built by Harrison Design and decorated by Brian Patrick Flynn is packed with classic style certain to withstand the test of time. Any time you’re designing a task-related space involving high-cost items such as appliances and millwork, it’s best to stick with styles that aren’t too trendy. If a room looks too current, it’s likely to date faster.
Transitional Laundry Room Showcases Shades of Gray
Stainless steel countertops ensure this laundry room is fit to endure some serious laundry catastrophes. Gray appliances and cabinets work well with the countertops, creating a tone-on-tone palette that feels calm and tidy.
The laundry room at the 2011 HGTV Dream Home accommodates twin washers and dryers, plenty of cabinet storage and counter space to pretreat and fold laundry. Extra-large capacity washing machines and dryers feature quiet operation and sophisticated controls.
Pocket doors reveal a cleverly hidden second floor laundry room. Previously, this room had a lot of open, wasted space, so designers added a bit of definition to make the space functional, but also to divert the additional space to a room that needed it more. To give this small space a little personality, monochromatic tile was added to the space, making it a bit more funky.