Did you know 91% of home buyers said a separate laundry room was their most-wanted feature in a home? According to the National Association of Home Builders 2019 report “What Home Buyers Really Want.”
Today’s laundry rooms are no longer confined to dark corners of the basement. Often, they are multifunctional spaces used by the entire family. Locating washers and dryers on main living levels, near or in bathrooms, in master closets or as part of mudrooms just makes sense.
Whether it’s small, with only a few storage cabinets, or a large multi-use space, a laundry area you like spending time in, is a must for most homeowners. Here are a few we’d love to hang out in!
Today’s Laundry Rooms Work Smarter
This well-equipped laundry room has several custom features such as large, pull-out folding tables and several roll-out, removable hampers. Creative additions like these help keep today’s laundry rooms efficient and tidy.
Custom door style finished in a custom green stain on premium alder with perforated metal panel inserts. Open wall cabinets have brushed metal-laminate interiors.
Design by: Cheryl Fosdick
Photography by: Thoen & Associates
Other handy conveniences to consider are drying racks and a pull-down ironing board.
Today’s Laundry Rooms Have Style
This spacious entryway is transformed into a dream room for the whole family to utilize. Substantial cabinet storage and counter space surrounds the washer and dryer with a special “kitty cut-out” on one of the base cabinets.
Featuring Danbury door style finished in Benjamin Moore’s Ashley Gray paint on PGM.
Design by: Shiela Off
Signature Design and Cabinetry
This small, modern laundry room features the Spokane door style in Takase Teak textured melamine.
Design by: Carlos Broussard, B Squared Construction
Photography by: Carlos Broussard
Luxury materials make up this stunning laundry room design. Featuring a custom inset door style finished in Cotton White on PGM.
Design by: Jennifer Mehalko, Bellesera
Photography by: Mike Heywood
Today’s Laundry Rooms are Versatile
This is one room that can serve many purposes. So, why not include a wrapping station or craft area in the laundry room. This space was designed for multi-tasking, and an area perfect for a dog bed.
Featuring Media door style with Designer White Gloss and the Spokane door style in Takase Teak textured melamine.
Design by: JoLynn Johnson, Crystal Kitchen + Bath
Photography by: J.H Peterson
Quality cabinets; and working with design experts are key to creating the ultimate multi-purpose laundry room. You and your home deserve a well-designed space like this mudroom/laundry combination with warm and inviting stained alder cabinetry.
Featuring French Villa Square door style finished in Wheaton stain on alder.
Design by: Barbara Bircher, CKD, Crystal Kitchen + Bath
Photography by: J.H Peterson