This laundry room makes utilitarian tasks ever so much more inviting with its plentiful natural light and well-thought-out design. Ample countertops give room for folding. There's also a sink, an in-wall ironing machine and storage for cleaning supplies. Sleek stainless steel countertops reflect the sunlight from the clerestory windows.
This porch party was put together by upcycling basic household items and leftover building materials — including lumber that was sanded, stained, sealed and decorated with stainless steel washers and screws.
Better believe utilitarian spaces can be incredibly chic. Pale green accents are fresh companions to this laundry room's crisp white walls and cabinets. Even the stainless steel washer and dryer feel like a part of the decor.
Do-it-yourselfers with medium-level skills can turn leftover lumber into a cutting board by cutting it to size (12-inches-by-16-inches works well), sanding it, staining it and then sealing it with several coats of water-based sealant. Add shape and sheen to the sides with stainless steel washers and screws.
Clean lines and gray cabinets create this highly styled, transitional laundry room. The corner space features mosaic tile floors, subway tile backsplash, a stainless steel sink and a concrete folding table above the washer and dryer.
This room features a combined cleaning supply storage and laundry room which houses a washer, dryer, ironing board, stainless steel laundry tub and heated drying rack. Simple black floor tiles finish off the look of the space.
The 10-cycle, front load washer with steam includes a sanitize cycle and internal water heater that increases the water temperature to reduce bacteria and provide better cleaning for tough stains. The 13-cycle, front load dryer with a stainless drum that resists rust and helps protect clothes includes steam refresh and a sensor that takes the guesswork out of drying times.