Anyone else adulting today? 🙋🏻♀️ Catching up on laundry is a necessity today. To keep me inspired I’ve rounded up my favorite laundry rooms big and small. Maybe if we make our laundry rooms more beautiful we’ll stop procrastinating on our least favorite chore? I’m not 100% it will work, but it’s worth the try.
This pretty space is from our friend Morgan’s home. We recently toured her entire home on the blog and were so inspired. She shared that the painters were supposed to paint the cabinets black, but they painted them white like her kitchen cabinets. She was initially disappointed, but ended up painting the walls black instead. Laundry rooms are fun, because you can make bold statements that you couldn’t in large spaces. I love how this space is bold, but clean and simple at the same time.
I’ve loved Lauren of House for Hire’s laundry room the second I stumbled upon it on Pinterest! We so often think that if we have a tiny laundry room in a hallway that it can’t be designed in an impactful way. Lauren proves this all wrong with this stunning and modern hallway closet laundry room. I love the Urban Wall Decals and the shelves.
So much goodness in this laundry room. Bre from BreRepurposed took on her laundry room for the One Room Challenge and holy cow is it a transformation. I love every detail from the subway tile to the navy cabinets.
This laundry room is from our friends at Perch Plans. This entire home screams modern farmhouse. I love the design and function of this space with the stacked washer and dryer. The cool paint choice of the cabinets gives off a spa retreat feel making it a little more enjoyable to be in the space.
I love the blog Vintage Revivals, because she makes projects seem achievable. This waterfall wood counter top is a $90 project she shares all the details on. $90 y’all…So achievable.
I love the bold choices in Anissa of the House Seven Design’s laundry room. The wall paper with the gold 😍😍😍
Looking for a place to put shiplap, but feel like it might be an overkill or too much to take on in your main spaces. Here’s your solution—the laundry room. I love this laundry room and everything Studio McGee does. Shea has a sophisticated style that’s also executed in a timeless way.
This is my mom’s laundry room in her new home. You can view the entire tour here. She says this space isn’t finished, but I love her choices so far! Some laundry room tips that we can highlight with her space include hiding detergent and practical items that might not be so pretty in containers that follow the aesthetic you are going for.
Do you have any laundry room design tips? Or tips to make laundry more enjoyable? Share in the comments below to help us all adult a little better. If you need more laundry inspiration head over to our Laundry Room Pinterest Board.