Laundry in Kitchen Design Ideas
Having an entire room dedicated to laundry is not something everyone is accustomed with but it’s actually a very practical idea. Still, managing to fit everything you need in a small laundry room is not easy. Aside from the washing machine and the dryer, there are tons of other aspects you need to take into consideration.View in galleryWhen the room is bright and open, everything seems less like a burden
You can organize everything more easily. You get to wash the cloths and you get to iron them and to put them back where they belong and you don’t have to let anyone else see the process because it’s all there in the laundry room. But how should a laundry room look like? Well, it depends on each person’s needs and preferences. If you have the space necessary, you have a washer a dryer in there as well as an ironing table and a large closet.View in galleryA sink is an important element to have in a laundry roomView in galleryA simple and clean design looks best in the case of the laundry roomView in galleryThe wallpaper adds a nice touch to the room and the colors were nicely chosen
First things first.
Think of all the basic elements you need to include in your laundry room. For example, you should consider task lighting such as under-cabinet strips, sconces and lamps, plus, of course, the ceiling fixture to brighten the whole room.View in galleryIt would be useful for the laundry room to have a separate entry if possibleA laundry room doesn’t always have to be white. You can give it warm lookView in galleryIt’s important to choose the right type of flooring in the laundry roomView in galleryMake sure you have plenty of storage containers and boxes for a better space organizationView in galleryOpen shelves are also very practical and wonderful for storing cleaning supplies, clean clothes, etc.View in galleryKeep the items you usually use close at hand, maybe on a shelf above the washing machineView in galleryFor a better organization, you can label the storage compartments
Make the most of your cabinets.
You can hide your ironing board in there as well as tons of other things. Pull-out hampers are also a great ideas and wonderful for presorting dirty clothes and organizing them.View in galleryIn a narrow laundry room you can think vertically when decorating the spaceView in galleryIt’s best to have separate laundry baskets for different fabrics or colorsView in galleryTry to alternate and combine different types of storageView in galleryYou can custom-design furniture for the laundry room to make sure it’s functionalView in galleryAn ironing board is a must-have in the laundry room even if you rarely use itView in galleryIf you have a tiny laundry room, don’t agglomerate it with unnecessary featuresView in galleryYou have put up rods and clothes hangers if you have the spaceView in galleryYou can have small area rugs in the laundry room but avoid carpetsView in galleryYou can lay with styles to create a décor that feels comfortableView in galleryIt wouldn’t hurt to also have a comfortable seat in the laundry roomView in galleryIn a way, the laundry room’s décor is quite similar to that of a kitchen
Organize all your cleaning supplies in one place.
Open shelves are excellent and very practical and you should use them for the items you use on a regular basis. The extras should go in drawers and behind closet doors or on the top shelf.View in galleryWood furniture would give this room character and would make it less coldView in galleryThe counter space in a laundry room can be used for various purposesView in galleryIf your space is limited, try to use it cleverly and avoid wasting any spaceView in galleryYou can personalize your laundry room by choosing any furniture you likeView in galleryThis is a very large shared laundry room, maybe part of a small hotel or summer getawayView in galleryIf you have a dog you can include a pet shower in your laundry roomView in galleryA bold color would definitely make this room more cheerful
Small laundry rooms usually lack hanging space.
To solve the problem, go vertical. Install retractable clotheslines or freestanding drying racks. You can also mount them on the walls to save floor space.