This combination bathroom and laundry room offers twice the functionality in one convenient space. White cabinets paired with neutral-colored countertops and bamboo window shades give this transitional-style room a warm ambiance.
A large bathroom incorporates multiple purposes, with a large washer and dryer unit for laundry and a narrow table and mirror as a dressing station. Skinny tall mirrors above the vanity help visually elongate the space.
Designers transformed a loathsome laundry room into a spacious master bathroom with just a bit of hard work and ingenuity. The hardwood floors, double vanity and windows showcase the room's unusual proportions.
Oftentimes, homeowners find they don't need a room solely devoted to laundry. This spacious bathroom dedicates a small nook to the washer and dryer, a folding station and some overhead storage cabinetry. Design by Nancy Leffler Mikulich
To accommodate this large home and all its guests, a spacious laundry room is necessary to keep all the home's spaces clean and bright, and with the colorful arabesque tile backsplash, the useful space becomes a stylish addition to this Mediterranean home.
With merely an inch to spare, this laundry room was re-framed twice to accommodate every inch needed for the washer and dryer to stay slim and compact. With no room for a door, the family decided the gain was well worth the view, and with the mom of the house being a successful home organizer, the bet was safe that it would indeed be gorgeous & organized to look at, even when in full use. The ceiling was raised higher and skylights were added to create maximum use of this space.
Because they're already plumbed, bathrooms can be a great place to tuck in a washer and dryer. Natalie Sheedy of Natalie Sheedy Interiors took advantage of this long, narrow space, installing appliances at one end and screening them off with a pretty curtain. Extending the deep orange paint color into the laundry area makes it feel of a piece with the rest of the room.
Not everything in your laundry room has to be shiny and new to make the space beautiful. In fact, having an antique wardrobe like this one is a great way to tell a story and still have storage. This farmhouse laundry room, designed by Carol Spinski, has a lovely mix of elements that makes for an interesting space.
Stackable laundry units can be a great solution to an often oversized and unsightly laundry room. In this combined workspace the homeowner hides the stackable unit behind a panel, leaving it functional, accessible and camouflaged.
Keeping the small room simple and uncluttered ensures that this laundry room is efficient and functional. A side-by-side washer and dryer fit snugly into cubbies to provide extra countertop space. The black countertops are a nice, bold contrast to the white room. A white subway-tile backsplash adds a little embellishment to the space.