Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Great Laundry Room Design Ideas

Laundry is one of those ongoing chores that is best done in an organized and well-designed space, but the space doesn’t have to be large. When creating a laundry room in a small space, put function at the top of the list, so you can make the most of every area. After function, focus on aesthetics, such as color, so you can enjoy the time spent in this compact area. So if you’re looking for design ideas to decorate the Perfect laundry room, the list below should be of great help.

Fashionista’s Laundry Room

A great example of a laundry room done right. With plenty of cabinets and plenty of storage space, this setup gets the eye for breathing stylish from every little corner. Totally appreciate the elevated washer and dryer so that you don’t have to bend over too much. Love the bright light (thanks to the window) and the orderliness.

Traditional Laundry Room

The things we love about this traditional setup are the storage spaces for the laundry sorting baskets, the open shelf, and the hanging bar over the machines. The contrast between the color of the washing machines and the walls and furniture, is just as cool.

Wash and dry space

Good lighting is key to keeping away from a messy room. This one has plenty of it, and on top of that it’s been outfitted with personalized features that accommodate any size family. Also, there are cabinets, shelves and baskets to keep everything within reach.

Entryway Laundry Room

This is the main entryway of a home that accesses the kitchen, basement, garage and a small powder room. Vinyl flooring in weathered elm is a durable option for this bustling area. Pale yellow ready-made cabinets are perfect for a laundry room, and stainless steel legs give them a more open, furniture-like feel.

Basement Laundry Room

The laundry room of this Renovated basement was designed to be clean and bright with lots of storage. Simple cabinets and drawers keep everything from linens to sports equipment organized and out of sight. A farmhouse sink and industrial style faucet and art lined along the countertop make the decor more worthy of a main-floor room than a basement for chores. Accessories like matching canisters and a dark tray finish the look off.

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