Beautiful Laundry Room

Of all the rooms in a home, few are more important to keep clean and organized than your laundry room.

For most of us, it seems like the same story every week—you tidy up your laundry space, get everything cleaned and organized, and before you know it things are piling up again already!

You can yell at your kids or your partner to keep it clean all you’d like, but perhaps the problem is in your laundry space itself.

As you can see in these fresh design ideas, a laundry room doesn’t have to be a drab, dusty place where your socks go to disappear. Give these ideas some thought if you’re renovating your laundry room or starting from scratch in a new home!

The Laundry Room as an Extension

With the right amount of space and a little bit of storage savvy, your laundry room can become an extended storage unit full of opportunity. Having a spacious laundry room is useful for all kinds of storage, not just laundry.

Laundry Mud Room

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In this gorgeous design above, you can see all the potential of a large, spacious laundry room. A room like this could hold tools, table-top appliances, unused seasonal wear, and so much more.

With a design aesthetic that looks more like a kitchen than a musty sock graveyard, the possibilities are endless!

Beautiful Laundry Room

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A Little Nook for Your Hallway

Have you ever been in someone’s home and came across a spacious walk-in closet that nobody seems to use? Maybe you even have one of these in your own home. These spaces can be ideal for a minimal laundry unit space that can easily be tucked away by a sliding door.

Hallway Laundry Room

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A setup like this gives you surprisingly ample space to store hampers, linens, and detergents. And when it’s not in use, simply slide the door closed to conceal it!

A Place to Gather, Work, or Play

Making the most of your laundry room space can open up possibilities as a working spot or a gathering spot while still serving its main function as a laundry room.

Dream Laundry Room

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Many washers and dryers are designed as “front-loading” nowadays—this means you could easily install an island counter to cover your laundry units and open up a brand new space to eat, work, and study.

With laundry units getting quieter and quieter with each model, you needn’t even worry about distracting noise, either! You might even be drawn to the gentle, ambient hum of your clothes being washed.

Black and White Laundry Room

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Boundless Possibilities

When we stop thinking of the laundry room as “just” a laundry room, there’s no telling what kind of space solutions we can come up with. So, get creative with these ideas and others and turn your laundry room into a space you can actually use.

Modern Laundry Room

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