In This Article
- Laundry room designs #1: The ideal laundry room
- Laundry room designs #2: Place it all in the closet (don’t)
- Laundry room designs #3: Wash both your dishes and clothes at the same time
- Laundry room designs #4: The loft is the limit
- Laundry room designs #5: Backroom edition
- Laundry room designs #6: Panel edition
- Laundry room designs #7: Utilise those nooks
- Utility room design #8: Curtains and covers
- Utility room design #9: What should I add to my bare wall? A washing machine!
- Utility room design #10: On your balcony
- From drab to fab, you’ve got this!
- How can Livspace help you?
A laundry room is that utilitarian space where socks disappear and mountains of clean-yet-wrinkled clothes seem to mock our very existence. But what if it didn’t have to be that way? What if, with a little design magic, your laundry room could become a space that’s not just functional, but inviting, efficient, and even (dare we say it?) enjoyable?
Washing room designs are just a spin-off of utility room designs. Even though traditional Indian houses do not have them, modern homeowners are pulling up their interior A-game and getting sustainable, practical, and personalised modern laundry rooms. So, what are you waiting for?
Laundry room designs #1: The ideal laundry room
While closet designs, panelling, and other smart wash area designs are cool, we sometimes need to go back to basics like getting a typical laundry room setup of cupboard space for towels, hangars for drying clothes and of course the space for washing machines and dryers. And, we totally heart the little plant!
Laundry room designs #2: Place it all in the closet (don’t)
Didn’t we say that washing rooms can be built just about anywhere? Take a closet for example; arrange the laundry baskets, detergents, and dry clothes on the laundry cabinets and the magic machine inside one of the cloth hanging spaces.
Laundry room designs #3: Wash both your dishes and clothes at the same time
“To do two things at once is to do neither”: not when it comes to housework! A laundry room at the end of your modular kitchen is a boon for all the multitaskers out there. And the clothes hangar below the countertop is just amazing for snagging that stray dirty dish towel before it hits the floor.
Laundry room designs #4: The loft is the limit
Again, traditional Indian homes may not have a loft but is there an empty floor in your house? Or a hallway? Or a landing? Then take notes! These places are perfect for extra-large laundry cabinets and a stunning washing room design.
Laundry room designs #5: Backroom edition
Searching for practical #backroomideas? If you don’t want laundry paraphernalia cluttering up your main living space, a backroom laundry could be a good way to keep it out of sight. Backrooms are often isolated from the rest of the house and help contain noise from washing machines and dryers, as well as any laundry-related odours.
Laundry room designs #6: Panel edition
Forget dingy basements and boring beige! Laundry rooms can be total style chameleons. One easy trick? Accent wall! Stick on some slatted wood panels or funky geometric tiles for a pop of personality. Or, swap that tired old door for a sleek glass sliding one.
Also Read: 10 Reasons to Dazzle Your Room With Panels
Laundry room designs #7: Utilise those nooks
Have tiny nooks here and there in your house? Just stack a dryer and a washing machine on top of each other!
Utility room design #8: Curtains and covers
Another closet-utilisation idea! This time they got doors and curtains to hide away any laundered mess you may make. A ceiling light is a bright idea too—no more fumbling for switches.
Also Read: 25+ Trendy Main Door Design Ideas to Inspire You
Utility room design #9: What should I add to my bare wall? A washing machine!
Skip the usual wash area designs like artwork or shelves – embrace the unexpected! Let your washing machine take centre stage on your monochromatic wall with its sleek lines and metallic accents.
Utility room design #10: On your balcony
Balconies are one of the most versatile living spaces in our entire house. Need a playroom? A lounge area? A home bar? Or a washing room? Balcony is your answer! Even if you have no space for laundry cabinets, your machines are as cosy as ever and away from high-traffic areas. Just get a laundry basket and you’re good to go!
From drab to fab, you’ve got this!
While you gear up to transform the interior design of your laundry room or create a whole new one in its place, keep in mind these whispers of wisdom:
- Don’t be afraid to break the mould! Hang plants from the ceiling, paint a funky mural, or install quirky lighting
- Let’s be real, laundry is still a chore. Prioritise smart storage solutions, ergonomic wash area designs, and appliances that make your life easier. Remember, a beautiful but unusable utility room is just a pretty headache
- Invest in smart washers and dryers that streamline laundry tasks and save energy. Consider space-saving options like stacked units or combo washer-dryers
Now, go forth and conquer that laundry pile with newfound joy!
How can Livspace help you?
Our team of seasoned interior designers can craft you your dream rooms (laundry or not)! From tailored luxury designs, renovations, and to full home designs and modular interiors, our team promises you:
- 75,000+ happy homes
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- Flat 10-year warranty*
- Over 146 quality checks across various points, like manufacturing, delivery and installation
If you want beautiful interiors for your home, then look no further. Book an online consultation with Livspace today.
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