A washer/dryer pedestal with built-in storage drawers ensures every inch of valuable space in the laundry room is used. In addition, wall-to-wall cabinetry guarantees there's a place for everything. Design by Shane Inman
The Neoclassic-inspired vanity conceals the power for blow dryers and curling irons, as well as an integrated towel warmer. The vanity is topped with polished Calacutta marble, and the backsplash creates a luxurious feel with beveled diamond-shaped mirrors.
This laundry room is in a basement that receives hardly any light, so the first order of business for Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interior Design was to brighten things up. She chose open shelves for storage, backed by a color-block paint treatment that's repeated in the niche above the washer and dryer. Curtains hide the hanging rods and screen drying clothes from view.
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.
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.
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.