Don’t you wish your laundry room was a place of peace and tranquility? Once it was a place of peace and tranquility, don’t you wish it had some extra style? These 38 laundry rooms will make you green with envy. Along with providing a designated place to wash and dry your clothes, some do double duty with craft spaces and home offices! Get inspired and begin plotting how to transform your own laundering space.
This expansive mud room offers a spot to get house chores done. Along with laundry, you’ll also find a grid wall hanging for wrapping gifts and illuminated folder holders for organizing important documents. The sink and counter space above the custom built-ins make this a heaven for folding and washing clothes!
Laundry rooms are meant to clean clothing. The pure white hue of this space feels serene. The large cabinets and rolling baskets help clear clutter and keep your space sparkling. Stacking the washer and dryer gives extra square footage. You’d never even know soiled clothing set foot in here.
We’re not sure why it took the world a long time to catch onto the idea of having a space to wash and dry clothes in a walk-in closet, but we’re thankful it’s a trend today! This laundry room is part closet and part, well, laundry room. The back looks as if it was custom designed for it’s owners and the front has plenty of space to fold laundry. Why walk throughout the house with a load when it’s only two steps from your closet?
Even though there’s no natural light to be found in this laundry room, it looks bright and airy thanks to its off-white color scheme and canned lighting. A hung cabinet holds popular laundering products and has a fold-down ironing board! This is perfect because when it’s not in use, it can be hidden.
This laundry room looks just as impressive as some celebrity kitchens! Every inch of space is utilized and only the bare necessities are left out. The crown molding at the top of the cabinets make this room feel royal. Another bonus? You can look out the large window above the washer and dryer while matching socks!
A word that can be used to describe this laundry room is sleek. Streamlined design makes this wood grain center work. There’s stylish, shiny steel handles to open the drawers and cabinets. Clever hacks include drawers that pull out to hold laundry baskets and a suspended bar above the sink to hang clothing.
A popular theme in homes today is using spaces for more than one use. This laundry room includes a home office and crafting space. What makes this space work is the uniting grey wallpaper and matching color scheme. Exposed shelving with neat baskets with linen liners make this room feel peaceful.
Make sure the kids don’t track their muddy boots all throughout the house with this mudroom/laundry room hybrid. The bench and hangers on the right of the room make getting ready for school and finding accessories easy. When it’s time for the kids or the parents to come home, they can throw dirty shoes or sport gear right into the wash. A tile floor makes the room easy to clean.
You don’t have to hide all of your clutter in your laundry room! This space has some cabinets for miscellaneous items but it also has open storage. The stylish baskets above the large washer and dryer are ideal for placing washcloths and other small folded items. Another neat feature are the cabinets above the sink. Instead of being completely opaque, they have a lattice design that gives a glimpse at what’s behind them.
A large, expansive room isn’t required for a dream laundry room. This wall includes everything you need to do loads of laundry while feeling stylish. The tiered bench has storage inside and there are lots of hooks to hang coats on. One of the best aspects? There are plenty of outlets above the washer and dryer to plug in home appliances like an iron.
For those of us who live with pets, it’s always a nice thing to have a place for them to go when guests are over. It’s not that you don’t adore your furry friend, but they can get in the way and may need some of their own peace and quiet. In this laundry room, a built-in dog bed makes for a special place for pets to slumber. A vase of yellow flowers brightens the entire room up!
The writing is on the wall with this laundry room: no one likes to get poop on their feet, not even the family dog. In addition to the impressive washer and dryer, this room has a tiled dog bath. A hand held shower head makes getting your pet squeaky clean an easy task. And if you do accidently step in dog poop? You washer and dryer are right there!
This laundry room makes the most of unused space under the counter tops. Rolling metal laundry baskets with linen liners make this room look professional grade. Stylish under-the-cabinet lighting also gives this laundry space a luxurious feel. Another fun feature is the custom built-in cabinet for the washer and dryer which pulls the room together.
In some rooms a clear space in the middle is needed. When you have a room of this size, it’s best to utilize that empty space with an island. In this case, that island can be used for schoolwork, folding laundry, bills, or crafting. A home office spans the back wall and countertops which cover the washer and dryer match the island. The result is a practical place to catch up on homework or get the stain out of soccer shorts.
Everything has a home in this large mudroom. A stacked washer and dryer free up floor space and a storage system makes putting shoes away easier than ever. The white nantucket style of the shelving help this room feel polished and is a nice sight after a long day. A sink and windows letting in natural light are bonus features.
A little artwork and accessories can go a long way in a laundry room. Your eye immediately gravitates toward the colorful painting of the homeowners three dogs on the right wall. In the back of the space, a red clock ties in with the painting’s red background. Even though the space only has two accessories, it feels lively and fun. The narrowness of the room isn’t a problem because of the thoughtful storage spaces and backdoor that lets in natural light.
Don’t avoid dark cabinets in a small space! This laundry room works aesthetically because of the white walls. Dark wood can compliment a small space if it’s used sparingly and then complemented with other accents. The greenery freshens up the room and goes well with the natural organizing baskets.
When there isn’t a large space dedicated to launder, you can work vertically like in this image. The washer and dryer are stacked and so is the storage space to the left. A small sink allows clothing to soak and a high bar is perfect for hanging clothing up. One of the best aspects is that when you’re finished with your laundry, two doors hide the appliances and accessories.
It’s easy to treat a laundry room like its own space and not an integrated part of you home. Try adding accents that you’d typically find in a bedroom or living room in your laundry room like in this example. A simple lamp and decorative mirrors make this space feel special. Along with using home accents, pick a color of linens and use them as decorative pieces. No one will know they’re only there for looks like these salmon wash clothes. Another way to save on space in a laundry room is to mount drying racks that pull out from the wall.
It’s 2016 and laundry rooms aren’t just for the ladies. This masculine laundry room looks like it could double as a chic man cave. Black cabinets and a trendy peppered backsplash create the perfect place to iron dress shirts and match socks. Instead of only one set of washer and dryers, this room has two sets! Custom space allow laundry baskets to sit on elevated shelves.
Making your laundry room an extension of your personality will encourage you to spend more time there. Right? When decorating this small space, add decorative items that bring a smile to your face. Bright purple orchids and a painting with a bird make this room fun. A metal backsplash and pull-out drying racks also make it efficient!
This laundry room is an example of a room that coordinates well with the rest of the living spaces in the home. Personal family photographs, framed art, and sculptures sit alongside useful items like clothespins. The marble tiled floor looks simple and clean beside the white cabinets. Instead of looking cluttered, this room has the perfect amount of personality!
To make your laundry room look spectacular, avoid setting out branded laundry soap and other unattractive accessories. Instead, take a note from this homeowner and put your laundry detergent (whether powder or liquid) in a beautiful glass canister. You can also do this with stain remover and other items like dryer sheets. The key is to make your laundry room feel luxurious and not a place for boring chores. A few pretty pieces of art also helps like the blue vase in this room.
Just because it’s a room for laundry doesn’t mean it has to be painted a boring color! This space has a beautiful lavender shade as a backdrop. The color is calming and compliments the green view outside the large window. Beside the stacked washer and dryer are baskets to hold different clothing items. The space also doubles as a place to pot plants and put together arrangements.
It’s amazing what a little bit of light can do to make a space look stylish. This laundry room isn’t too fancy, but the peppered backsplash and undercabinet lighting puts the washer and dryer in the limelight! Only taking up one side the room, this laundry station has everything you need to clean clothes within an arm’s length.
Not all washer and dryers come in boring colors. This room allows the bright blue set to shine! A muted color palette works to bring a sense of peace and tranquility to the space. The custom built cabinets make the perfect home for the blue washer and dryer. The home owner has also adorned the cabinet counters with pieces of art to make it feel homey.
All the attention is on the beautiful cabinets in this laundry space. Crown molding and decorative handles in a beautiful sage green shade make this area inviting and classic. If there were any doubts about its dedication, the “laundry” black wooden sign clarifies it in this room. A top-of-the-line stainless steel washer and dryer also make this laundry area lust-worthy.
It would be difficult not to get a few loads of laundry done in this bright and cheerful room. White cabinets, a white washer and dryer set, and white accessories are accented with a blue glass backsplash and green potted plants. A quirky aspect to this room is the individual shelves to the left of the washer and dryer which fit rolls of paper towels perfectly.
Black walls, white floating shelves, and different artistic elements make this laundry space feel more suited for a NYC museum than your home. White sculptural stars and a gold dog statue are fun accents that look structured. A small glass mosaic backsplash alongside the counter top also looks sleek. To keep the room from looking too dark, light tile with wood grain completes the laundry area.
This traditional mudroom has everything you need to store shoes, hang coats, hide gloves, and clean your laundry. The mudroom entryway leads to a large space dedicated to doing your laundry. Neutral countertops, white cabinets, and dark wood work together harmoniously in the room. The washer and dryer are hidden under a countertop and don’t take up needed space.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a sitting area to relax in while the jeans are drying? This laundry room offers plenty of amenities. From the home office to the built-in bench with storage, you can get other chores done while focusing on laundry. White picture frames with collections of family photos make this a room you can’t get enough of!
Luxurious stone countertops can transform a laundry room! This space has everything you need to keep your clothes organized and clean. The undermount sink and wispy floral painting add to the prestige of the room. Using the most of the space, pretty accents are placed above the cabinets to bring the eye upward.
Instead of a farmhouse kitchen, you can have a farmhouse laundry and craft room. This Pinterest-perfect room calls on a large, white farmhouse sink, brick backsplash, and wide plank wooden floors to make it stand out from the crowd. Black and white family portraits and shelving for craft items make this a room you won’t ever leave.
Different textures make this laundry space feel classic. Tiled countertops, a woven window covering, and birdhouses blend to create a sweet space to fold t-shirts and soak blouses. Unique accents like under-mounted storage baskets help make this room efficient for the task at hand!
All your clothes with feel pristine when folded on this marble island! White subway tiles and an over-sized sink make this room feel elegant and timeless. Shiny appliances with folded white linens mimic a page in Martha Stewart Living magazine.
It’s OK if you don’t have a few hundred square feet to dedicate to cleaning your clothes. For smaller homes or condos, a laundry room that hides behind closet doors is a God-send. This homeowner makes the most of their small space by installing a countertop on top of the washer and dryer and having shelving installed above. Matching stainless steel buckets make this look organized and styled.
Endless counter space and clean lines invite a calmness to this room you never thought possible. Instead of stressing out and trying to finish up loads before school, you’ll be humming classical music and anticipating the next load in this flawless space. Wood grain tiles and a small window only add to the fresh and clean feeling of this laundry room.
Instead of hiking down to the dreary basement, look out the window and see the birds in the trees while taking a load out of your washer! This laundry room was made for the person who loves being connected to the outside world while doing chores. A stylish basket with cleaning materials and laundry soap poured into a glass canister take this room to the Pinterest-level.