7 Ways to Make Your Laundry Room Magazine-Worthy
So many people are obsessed with organization and fresh-feeling spaces, but the laundry room is all too often the last place people want to spend money on décor. Recently, I have had a couple clients put a "magazine-worthy" laundry room on their wish list, and I have welcomed the challenge of creating a picture-perfect hub for maintaining a tidy home. While researching impeccable laundry spaces, I thought I'd share a few of my favorites. Read on to see my picks.
Why are laundry rooms in the country always so adorable? Bucket sinks are a great way to add that farmhouse charm.
Nothing says "magazine worthy" like the absence of all technology in an interior. Tuck the washer and dryer away behind cabinet doors to maintain a clean look.
A hang bar is a great idea in a laundry room, and Food 52's copper rack DIY would make a great starting point for an unexpected, modern metal story.
The American market is full of washer and dryer combos that looks like they were inflated like balloons! These Scandanavian beauties are minimal and understated and look oh-so-chic.
You can never go wrong with a minimal laundry room. Simple spaces like these always photograph well (and feel good too!).
Chores won't seem so bad if the room is filled with light. This high contrast laundry room benefits from full sun—a perfect place to whistle while you work.
If you don't have a full laundry room, rethink a deep closet. The surprise moment will make for a great party trick.
What's your favorite way to glam up the laundry room? Let us know in the comments below!