These favorite spaces combine function and high styleThis Trending Now story features the most-saved laundry room photos uploaded to Houzz since July 1, 2019.
If you’re looking for ways to make your laundry room look and function better, you might consider wild wallpaper, a custom drying closet or even a yellow rolling ladder to access high-up shelves. These ideas, and more, feature in the most-saved laundry room photos recently uploaded to Houzz, presented here in descending order.
Shaker-style cabinets, a vintage-style sink and a soft color palette give this San Francisco laundry room classic farmhouse style. The designers at KBG Design elevated the look with a stunning textured backsplash tile that reflects the light. The clever compact layout functions well thanks to a folding counter on top of the appliances and a drying rod over the sink.
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This Salt Lake City laundry room by The Cabinet Gallery has a farmhouse look that’s quite different from the previous example. While both have Shaker-style cabinetry and classic hardware, the black countertop and black-and-white plaid tile on the floor provide strong contrast to the white cabinets and subway tile. And the pendant light, picture frame, faucet, appliances and cabinet pulls add a sophisticated mix of metallic finishes.
April Rossdeutscher of VBM Home transformed this space into one that makes doing laundry seem downright glamorous. Quartz that mimics Nero Marquina marble, a custom brass-colored library ladder and high-gloss white cabinets with black-and-brass handles make this Hollywood Hills laundry room a star.
After toiling away doing laundry in a dark, unfinished basement, this homeowner wanted a more warm and inviting space. Kristina Eustace of Kresswell Interiors elevated the laundry area with a gorgeous peacock-themed wallpaper, wood countertops, farmhouse-style sink and leather cabinet pulls.
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The pros at Haven Design and Construction made the most of every corner of this 70-square-foot room. There’s a dog-washing station, a utility sink and plenty of storage and countertop space for folding. But it was the drying cabinet, shown here, that really grabbed Houzz users.
A vent inside helps draw moisture out of wet clothing. There’s room for hanging clothes as well as sliding shelves that allow the homeowners to lay items flat. The decorative grilles on the doors let the air in with style.
A cheerful floral pattern on the walls and sink skirt perk up even the coldest, darkest Minneapolis days for these homeowners. The designers at Acacia Architects carried a leafy green from the pattern over to the shelves. A window bathes the room in light.
In this Arizona laundry room, the pros at Designlink Architecture and Interiors created plenty of room for laundry- and dog-related items. The rough-sawn rift-cut white oak shelf and the pull-down drying rack add warmth to the space, while Shaker-style cabinetry keeps things classic and clean.
Cynthia Soda of Soda Pop Design gave her clients a hardworking mudroom-laundry room that looks elegant but can handle heavy traffic. The dark floors can take whatever gets tracked in during Ontario’s snowy winters. Meanwhile, the light blue cabinets and diamond-pattern backsplash tile make things pretty. The homeowners opted for stackable appliances to make room for extra storage and space to hang clothes for drying.
This small laundry closet contains some major style. The bohemian vibe in the Los Angeles casita by New Generation Home Improvements carries all the way to the back of the closet. There’s a vintage-style red sink and dramatic blue wallpaper, and even the machines are blue. Small details such as the oval mirror and woven laundry basket are the icing on the cake.