Here I am again daydreaming….yep…. seems lately I have been doing a lot of that (you got to be kiddin me, laundry rooms)….thinking about our next home. For me on of the things that make “moving” easier, is the thought that I get to decorate another home. Ooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh la la. I love that part.
While combing the internet I ran across a few rooms I have put in my “save Laundry Room folder”. Do you do that to? I have to, or else I will forget all about it when the times comes to start my planning. Sometimes I will pull something from one picture and then another to come up with my own style, but I do need the inspiration.
Photos below courtesy of Country Living unless otherwise stated
For large families with lots of laundry, consider doubling up with two stackable units that save time and space. An oversize table makes a pleasant spot for folding laundry, ironing, sewing, or even working on crafts.
Put things that you love but no longer use, such as this doll house, to playful yet practical use. Anchored to the wall with decorative brackets, it becomes the highlight in an otherwise understated room. Each room of the doll house makes an easy-to-access cubby for laundry supplies.
This utility closet has been turned into a built-in piece of furniture that looks good and works hard, masterfully hiding the washer and dryer. Upper cabinets hold detergent and supplies. On the bottom, bifold doors access the machines. Molding between the units and on the bottom of the cabinet is separate and can be easily removed in case the machines need repair.
Photo courtesy of Southern Living
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Photo by Domino
So now, which was your favorite and why? If you have any tips or hints why these wouldn’t work let me know. Because we all know when something looks good, it might not be practical or will work for us.
Need to scoot, I hear my washer washing, and the dryer drying….and it’s time for the beeper to go off.
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