In this small laundry closet, not an inch of space is wasted. A countertop unites side-by-side units and forms a surface for folding clothes and stashing hampers. A hanging rod is fastened above to air dry delicates, while a splash of silver tile brightens even the most mundane chore.
When space is tight and the laundry room is located in the heart of the home, use upgraded cabinetry that blends in with living spaces. Vancouver-based Old World Kitchens & Custom Cabinets created this luxurious laundry room with teak cabinetry.
The custom-designed and spacious laundry room features wood cabinets and full-height multifunctional closets. This area has a freestanding ironing board, an electrical outlet inside the cabinet for the iron and adjustable retail shelving for hanging clothes.
A custom-designed metal door slides on a barn door track system to stylishly hide this home's washer and dryer. Throughout the house, the designers used reclaimed materials and industrial elements to customize the space and add architectural interest.
Within the master bedroom was a small entry hallway and extra closet, creating a perfect spot to carve out a small laundry room. Full-sized stacked washer and dryer sit next to adjustable shelves for holding supplies. New louvered doors offer ventilation and flow with the home’s plantation shutters throughout.
The custom laundry room features a full-height closet door to conceal every need. This area has a freestanding ironing board, an electrical outlet inside the cabinet for the iron and adjustable retail shelving for hanging clothes
With a laundry nook right smack in the middle of their bedroom, Erin and Chris decided to mask it with a simple drapery panel that easily slides open for instant access. Erin notes, "While staring at a washer and dryer isn't ideal for a design enthusiast like me, I really couldn't complain since having a washer and dryer in a San Francisco rental is a total luxury. So we just worked with it!"