When it comes to great design, laundry rooms are often overlooked, and that shouldn’t be the case. Laundry may not be a glamorous task, but the space you do it in can be. When thinking about the place to add a laundry room, set it near where dirty laundry would collect or near the bedrooms where clean laundry gets sent. An accidental flooding may sometimes happen, so waterproof the flooring below the laundry machine especially if it’s located on a second floor.
Also consider the noise from the machine’s vibration. Fit your laundry room with vibration pads that dampen the noise that occurs when the machine is in motion (especially if it’s on the second floor). With a little creativity and some planning, a useful, efficient laundry room is not a difficult task to achieve. Check out these 8 functional laundry room designs that can thrive in the smallest space below to inspire you. Enjoy!
1. Glossy Cabinetry
Create a large, comfortable space where chores can be easily accomplished just like in the picture above. The cabinetry keep all the laundry item in storage, so there is no more clutter. Use it to store detergent, cleaner, hangers and other stuff.
2. Serene Neutrals
For a clean, natural vibe in your laundry room, healthy plants and woven baskets contribute the most.
3. Country Charm
This laundry room by Tim Barber Ltd. was made in a Tennessee-style farmhouse. The laundry room is opens up to the outdoor, gives you a great air circulation.
4. Greenhouse Effect
The wooden walls of this laundry room above are painted mint green for a chic, soothing effect.
5. Space Solutions
This laundry room design suits the narrow space, and it is light-filled and practical.
6. Baby Blue Laundry Room
This laundry room uses vivid blue cabinetry to make a statement.
7. Ranch-Style Chic
This laundry room relies on natural wood and black accents to round out the calm, minimalist design.
8. Ultra-Modern Laundry Room
This laundry room uses a creative, neutral color palette to achieve its high-impact, minimalist aesthetic.