Smart Design Ideas to Steal for Small Laundry Rooms
Sure, the laundry room of your dreams might have multiple machines and hundreds of square feet, but if you’re like most folks, the laundry room of your current reality is a much humbler affair. (And if you’re a New Yorker, you’re probably pretty stoked to have a laundry machine at all.) But that doesn’t mean your diminutive laundry room can’t be both useful and beautiful. If your laundry room is teeny-tiny, or maybe even just a closet or a nook, you’ll find plenty to be inspired by these eleven lovely laundry rooms.
This laundry closet from Southern Living is just wide enough for the machines, but a countertop and hanging bars and a shelf above help provide extra storage and layout space.
When Mandi from Vintage Revivals transformed her small laundry room, she added cabinets and a hanging bar above, and a wraparound countertop that’s both beautiful and practical.
This laundry closet from Homes to Love doesn’t occupy much square footage, but cabinets below and shelves above provide plenty of storage space. (A sink is also a nice to have for hand washing delicate items.)
This small laundry room from Houzz has a countertop above the machines and an extra-deep sink.
From Caesarstone, a teeny-tiny laundry closet that takes advantage of all vertical space. Stacked machines make room for a sink and wall-mount shelves provide lots of storage.
The horse-patterned wallpaper is an unexpected but sweet touch in this laundry room from Style at Home. Like those in many of the other examples shown, these machines have a countertop above, which expands the available folding space (and also keeps socks and things from falling behind the machine).
This little basement laundry room from Style at Home has everything you need.
Here’s another small laundry closet from Caesarstone, whose wood cabinetry and black pulls (and sink) make it especially stylish.
This little laundry room from Around the Watts House packs a lot of function into only a few feet of width. A narrow cabinet placed in between the two machines adds tons of storage.
A tiny bit of vertical subway tile in an unexpected pattern livens up a little laundry nook from Inside Out. The minimalist drying line is also a well-placed and super functional feature.