There are many ways to create a well organized and efficient laundry room without sacrificing style. Choosing the right appliances is just the first step to this process. Storage and organization play a large role in creating a laundering space that you can be productive in.
Laundry rooms are no longer being tucked in the basement or behind folding doors. Many homeowners are creating entire spaces around their washer and dryers, or even joining them with the mud room. Cabinetry, fresh paint, some artwork and efficient fixtures are all great ways to make your laundry room a styled space.
The number one must have for an organized laundry room is cabinetry, shelving, or both! When you designate an area where your things will be stored (and not seen) this will keep your laundry room more organized, creating a better flow and more efficiency. It’s hard to get things done when there’s always “stuff” in the way. This can not only be overwhelming, but it makes it harder to focus on the task at hand. The Pearlhaus utility cabinet is perfect for the wear and tear of a work or laundry room, the most amazing benefit of this sink cabinet is the spacious area under the sink. You can fit all of your household products inside the cabinet, and then close the door so they’re out of sight.
Laundry sinks have become a must-have in the laundry room. The convenience of having a sink to rinse tough stains and soak clothes in is second to none. With so many different style laundry sinks on the market, you can for sure find on to fit the aesthetic of your space. Stainless steel laundry sinks such as the ones from the Pearlhaus, Noah Collection and Noah Plus Collection by Whitehaus Collection® have become a very popular choice. Stainless steel is naturally sanitary and will give a modern industrial edge to an other wise traditional space.
Below we have gathered some images of laundry room designs we love:
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