Add Built-In Cabinetry
For a high-end look, use a custom cabinet for your laundry room, add kitchen cabinets around your washer and dryer. Choose inexpensive cabinets and enhance them with bright colors or contrasting wallpapers. Remove manufacturer-quality hardware and replace it with custom drawer handles. A versatile and contemporary drawer style is the bar, which can be used as a towel or hanger.
If you have a limited budget, visit the section of a restaurant supply store. Stainless steel worktables and shelves would be a good idea for a laundry room and an alternative to built-in cabinets.
Laundry rooms often occupy dark or windowless spaces. Good lighting is of the utmost importance. Adding under-cabinet lighting or a large hanging fixture not only brightens and expands the space, but good lighting helps you spot stains and stains on items to be washed before washing. Better yet, add a combination of lighting, including canopies, pendants and under-cabinet lighting as the picture above.
Beautiful lighting fixtures are not only practical but also add to the design of a laundry room.
Add Visual Interest to the Walls With Pattern
In addition to painting, give your laundry a modern look by adding visual interest to the walls with pattern and texture. Two excellent ways to achieve this include:
-Wallpaper. Choose a bold, modern pattern in a moisture-resistant vinyl paper that’s easy to wipe
-Backsplash. Add a high-end backsplash design to your laundry room. While some of the nicest backsplash tile options can be expensive, a smaller laundry room does not require a lot of tiles.
Convert a Closet Into a Laundry Room
One of the most successful laundry room ideas is to convert a hall, home office or closet into a laundry room.
Add a lot of shelving and be aware of the clearances, so the doors can close when the laundry room is not in use.