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Top Four Modern Laundry Room Ideas


Top Four Modern Laundry Room Ideas

We spend a lot on our kitchen and sitting room, and often we ignore our laundry room. We are not suggesting that you spend a lot remodeling your laundry space; with a brilliant idea, you can completely change the look of your space. Although small, your laundry space has a vast and positive impact on your home.


This article contains four modern laundry ideas for your laundry space, considering your washing machine and other utility space.


1. Create Space


Space matters a lot, so do well to create space within the laundry room. You also need to be creative about this. Start by replacing your laundry basket with retro hampers; this is for both aesthetics and utility. If your washing machine is not a top loader, you can either stack them up or arrange them under a countertop and use it as your folding space. You can place a retractable clothesline when needed, saving you valuable space. Another way for you to save space is by hanging a bold drying rack. Racks will help hold lost items. Finally, install floor tiles or patterned wallpaper to give an illusion of a bigger space.


2. Install Beautiful And Durable Floors


Make sure any laundry room design you are going for will not cause any inconvenience in any way. So, make sure that you only pick floor designs that fit your existing interior design. The floor is significant to the overall outlook of your space. And apart from looks, pick your floor based on other factors like; moisture and stain resistance, affordability, and ease of maintenance. I suggest you go for Vinyl floors because they are durable and affordable, and they come in different styles and designs. Ceramic floors are also a great alternative because they have a great design and are durable.


3. Creative Rod for Hanging Dress


Placing a hanging rod at the top of your dryer and washer is excellent for your tiny laundry space. If you place it above your window line, it can be a hanger for holding sensitive maxi dresses, and you don't have to worry about crunching.


4. Get a Fold Down Rack


Another option is to place several fold-down drying racks in a corner; it will help hold shorter items creating space since you will only need to pick the items when you want to use them.



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