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Laundry is one of my least favorite chores. What I do love about laundry is the idea of a beautifully designed laundry room. Unfortunately, I do not have one… yet. But, I’m always on the hunt for great laundry room ideas.
I am determined to get it together this year and design a space that is gorgeous.
More importantly, a space that makes it easy for me to complete this chore efficiently.
It seems no matter how many times I try to complete a full cycle without distraction, it never happens. Things get left in the wash so long that they start to smell and I have to wash them all over again.
Then, they get left in the dryer too long after the cycle ends and wrinkle so I have to tumble out the kinks.
Finally, they get left in a pile on the bed waiting to be folded and wrinkle for a second time.
GAH!! I hate it. I really do.
And yes, many the newer washer and dryer models (like mine) have settings just for this problem. Yet, I still have problems completing the chore.
Why? Because it’s effectively a snooze button. And we all know how that snooze game goes.
In the end, a task that should have taken me an hour and a half tops became an all-day or even two-day affair. But, I digress.
There are so many incredible examples of laundry rooms online. Here are 5 of my favorite laundry room ideas.
5 Lovely Laundry Room Ideas
1 – Soothing Tones
The colors in this room are perfection. The clean white and soothing blue-green walls make this a very inviting space. Not to mention the charming glass doors on the cabinets.
2 – All White Laundry Room
This all-white laundry was featured in C Magazine. The granite countertop above the washer and dryer not only looks great but adds some much appreciated folding space.
3 – Small Space Laundry Hub
This small space is designed perfectly. The floors are awesome and I love how the dark color makes chalkboard labels on the baskets pop.
4 – Sink Separated
This example from apartment therapy is unique. The laundry sink has been placed in between the washer and dryer. This is rare, yet creates a lovely balance in the space.
The sage green cabinets and cream walls make an amazing color combo as well.
5 – Laundry Room with Statement Lighting
One word. Chandelier. I just love an unexpected lighting choice. It really gives this room an elegant touch. Plus, it’s probably more affordable than one might think. I have a post full of chandeliers under $200.
Also, the wall art hanging to the left above the hooks is a creative use of the space.
That’s my quick laundry inspiration round up. I hope you liked the selection
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