Thinking of making changes to the laundry room? It’s not always easy to find pleasing and practical ideas for the laundry room. In this article you will discover 7 suggestions in 10 pictures that offer solutions which may help inspire you. Whether large of small there are many ways to adapt this space to the needs of your family.
Space permitting, you might want to create a laundry area in the powder room. A large family often means lots of laundry and lots of time spent in this room so why not have all of the conveniences nearby! You might even want to have an area for small baskets in which to sort laundry for the different family members…
How about some entertainment?
With all the time spent sorting, folding and placing why not install a little TV to help pass the time while doing these routine but necessary tasks? There are many styles of brackets or under counter models so one is sure to fit your space…
A “homespun” style…
Built in appliances
It’s not always easy to give a finished look to your laundry space when the appliances are out in the open so why not make them part of the cabinetry? First step is to select the appliances wisely and then to build around them. This will not only give the place a more put together look it will also become a more pleasant space in which to accomplish this chore!
A place for everything and everything in its place!
Even if you don’t have the luxury of a separate room, a small space can become a perfect laundry area. Here are two brilliant ideas for setting up a laundry space where it can be hidden from view behind closed doors when not in use. Front loading, stackable pairs are ideal for a closet and small shelves and baskets are perfect to store soap and other laundry necessities and you can even have a fold away hanger that can be pulled down when it’s time to dry items that are not dryer safe.
A lovely little environment
A laundry area in the mud room
Very practical for a large family, here are two ideas for a combination mud room/laundry room and you can even put the appliances behind closet doors to keep them out of site. You might also want to have a bench as it will be a useful addition to the foyer and it can even be used for storage or for a laundry hamper.