Tasked with fitting a washer and two dryers into this slim laundry room, designer RaeLynn Callaway of Classically Yours Interiors had limited space to add storage. She configured the cabinets to make the most of every inch, including open niches for bins and baskets. She also paid special attention to aesthetics, with lively green paint and corner cabinets that house art and accents. "I have realized that if you have a 'happy' laundry room you have a happy laundry person," Callaway says. Fun colors, cabinet hardware, flooring patterns and decor can really make a difference."
Designer Don Sharp of Sharp Design Studio designs a laundry room that fits the size of this Tampa Bay house. Lots of black cabinets and open cabinets provide plenty of storage, while also creating a stylish space.
Storage is essential in any home but can be even more crucial in a laundry room. Designer Sarah Richardson doesn't want to take away from the floor space, so she designs the storage as close to the ceiling as possible. The shelved cabinets run horizontal above the washer/dryer unit and provide the perfect place to hold towels and other laundry essentials.
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.
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.
Thanks to the crisp white walls, soft white cabinets and white tile backsplash in this laundry room, the patterned tile floors steal the show. The floors add a stylish, global vibe to the otherwise simple, clean space.
Atlanta designer Michele Gratch of Michele Gratch Interiors elevates this laundry room with design elements like the wallpaper, mirror and accessories that make you almost forget there is real household work being done here. The laundry is strategically placed next to the master bedroom dressing room, one of architects Steve Dray and Cecilia Winston of Winston-Dray Designs thoughtful details.
Spacious Laundry Room With Cherry Wood Cabinets and Farmhouse Sink
This gray laundry room features cherry wood cabinets paired with granite countertops and a farmhouse sink. Neutral tile floors and wainscoting add finishing touches, while recessed lighting illuminates the space from above.
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.
Make use of otherwise wasted vertical space by creating extra storage on the back of a closet, pantry, or mudroom door. Over-the-door hooks or systems can be customized with baskets and racks of different sizes.