The most utilised spaces in the house (such as laundry rooms) rarely get the special attention they deserve. I’ve forgotten what mine looks like under Mount Washmore, but these laundry rooms are freaking amazing they’ve got me inspired!
An example of a laundry room done right.
Black and white never looked boring.. even in the laundry room.
Remember to keep things clean and orderly.
They said good lighting is key to contrast a messy room.
Make sure your laundry room gets enough natural lighting!
Now that’s a laundry room with plenty of space. Can I live here?
Add photos with labels (eg. dark clothes, light clothes, colourful clothes) to those laundry baskets that little kids will understand immediately. It’s gonna be life changing.
Consider using extra space above to hang clothes and store other laundry needs.
You may want to install hampers or sliding carts. Perhaps, a counter top?
Bathroom + Laundry room. Why not?
If tea houses had laundry rooms..
Every organised mums’ dream.
Everybody loves secret doors..
Floor tiles/textures do a great job in creating a cool environment for your laundry room..
Same goes for some of those throw rugs that you could place on the floor.
Laundry room too small? No worries! Maximise space by putting a shelf in between,
..or make it look and feel bigger by stacking the dryer on top of the washer (that is, if you have a wash with a front loader).
Light colours (like mint or apple green) always work for laundry areas. It keeps everything bright and sunny.
Now wash, dry, repeat! Follow Stay at Home Mum’s board Other People’s Laundries on Pinterest.