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Photos of inspiring laundry room design ideas. By looking at the design photos posted by professionals you can determine the type, size and the style of remodeling projects they typically do. This makes design photos a great way to find professionals and get inspiring ideas.

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Laundry Room Design Ideas

A well-designed laundry room is one that is both functional and aesthetically appealing enough that you want to spend time there! Start your renovation journey at the design photo gallery, where you’ll find a collection of laundry room design photos from professional contractors. From projects large to small, with the proper inspiration and guidance (like the helpful tips below), you can create a blissful workspace.

Common Laundry Room Design Mistakes to Avoid

Before you break out the paintbrush, hammer, and nails, you should carefully consider how your laundry room design ideas will affect how you and your family use this space down the road. The following list includes some of the more common laundry room design mistakes, and offers a few suggestions on how you can avoid making them yourself. Not allowing enough space to access the washer and dryer. Yes, you may be able to open your washer and dryer doors completely, but can you comfortably access each? How about standing and sorting? If your laundry room layout doesn’t allow for side-by-side appliances, consider a stackable washer and dryer. This frees up floor space and gives you some flexibility in how appliance doors affect the room’s functionality. Neglecting storage. Consider all the supplies that go into your laundry room tasks: laundry detergent, stain removers, dryer sheets, irons and ironing boards . . . and the list goes on. Storage systems can be as simple as wire racks or as elaborate as custom cabinets. Just be sure to include enough in your laundry room design ideas. Forgetting about work surfaces. For the most efficient of laundry rooms, include surface area for chores like separating laundry, folding clothes, and ironing. If your washer and dryer are side-by-side and front loading, you can install a shelf directly above these appliances. Or, if you’re working with a small laundry room, consider adding a folding wall shelf, which can be tucked away when not in use.

How to Choose the Right Laundry Room Décor

Once you have your layout down and appliances installed, the decorating process begins! The best laundry room décor ideas are those that are based in functionality. The laundry room is primarily a utility workspace, often small in size, thus décor pieces in and of themselves can be a hindrance, not a help, to style. Of course, that doesn’t mean your laundry room can’t be a stylish and visually appealing place. Simply look to walls, appliances, and storage systems as an opportunity to bring in color and decorative accents. Tiling in laundry room backsplashes is another way to incorporate style. Even small touches, like your choice of hangers, have an impact on the room’s overall décor. For more laundry room decorating ideas, check out the design photos page. You can save your favorite photos for future reference, which is a helpful tool as you create a laundry room design that is perfect for your own home.