Small Laundry Room, Big Ideas

Washing your dirty laundry doesn’t have to feel unpleasant.

Updated on July 19, 2017 20:07 pm

Camille Besinga

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Whether you use top-loading or front-loading machines, have both a washer and dryer or just the washer (and hang your clothes up to dry), you can have a laundry room—or, uh, area—that feels as enjoyable as any other room in your home. Check out these great ideas.

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1. This beautifully styled laundry room was actually DIY-ed by the blogger (and her hubby) over at View Along the Way—they built the cabinets, stencilled a pattern on the wall, and painted over the sad and ugly linoleum floor.

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2. Build a shelf behind your washing machine—great for covering the cables and hoses sticking out of the wall too.

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3. In this example, a small shelf was also built behind the machines, but extended into a counter beside it, with a drawer unit placed under it to store tools and supplies.

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4. If you don’t have a separate room for your laundry, use a small nook in an open space—say, your dining room—to place small washer-dryer units.

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5. You can also build a tiny closet in your dining area and place front-loading machines stacked one on top of the other to really maximise space.

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6. Cut out a portion of your kitchen counter and squeeze in compact washer and dryer units.

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7. Renting your space or can’t really build a closet? Purchase those heavy-duty adjustable wire shelving to organise your laundry space.

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8. Dress up your washer and dryer with the help of black electric tape.

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9. You can also utilise space in the bathroom for your laundry machines.

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10. No dryer? Hang up a retractable clothesline system inside a closet and pull it out when needed. When not in use, simply close the closet door to hide it.


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