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.
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.
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.
In this transitional dining room, the carpet was replaced with hardwood flooring and the walls received new coats of paint in gray and white to resemble wainscoting. The original furniture looks more modern within its new setting. New window treatments, artwork and flowers bring an airy feel to the room.
Spacious Blue Transitional Laundry Room With White Cabinets
With not just one washer and dryer but two, designer Shane Inman ensures a low turnover rate for laundry in this household. By encasing the units below a stone countertop and adding storage cabinets above, the room instantly expands its functionality and efficiency.
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.
Locker-style, maple cabinetry in a dark coffee hue hides the washer and dryer when not in use and provides ample storage space for laundry supplies. Natural quartz countertops stand out against the dark cabinetry.
This 6' x 8' laundry room is the happiest spot in the house thanks to turquoise paint, a technicolor area rug and a hand-woven bath mat used as art. When decorating task-related spaces, it’s smart to get creative with decorating ideas that require little cost, but add big impact.
A classic white table lamp sheds light throughout the laundry room, where gray bead board walls stand as a stark contrast to white cabinets and appliances. “It’s an eye-popper, really good looking, and very tailored,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
The laundry room sets a lovely example of a fresh, clean, well-organized space. White subway tiles on the walls are contrasted with the cabinetry's midnight blue. A row of baskets does away with visual clutter.