Designer Advice: 7 Simple Ways To Transform Your Laundry Room
Assistant design editor Jennifer Koper shares how to give your laundry room a stylish update.
Laundry rooms are often neglected spaces that lack character and excitement, but just a few simple tweaks can inject life into the space. Make laundry time more enjoyable by decorating with color and pattern — even an all white space will buzz withy energy after adding these great finds!
This multicolored drum shade would add instant life to any laundry room. Hand-drawn stripes add a fresh spin to the classic silhouette.
Create a bright, sunny look underfoot with this cotton runner from H&M Home. The best part is that it can also be thrown in the wash when it needs a refresh.
Perfect for any loose change or other bits that have been forgotten in pockets, this pretty blue dip-dyed leather catchall is soft and won’t scratch more delicate items like sunglasses.
Pretty hand towels are not just for the kitchen! They’re great to have in the laundry room for wet hands and soapy spills. Sold in sets of two, these towels have graphic black stripes and a colorful tip. Plus, your purchase from Far and Wide Collective supports women in India, and will help them provide a better life for their families.
If you are lucky enough to have a window in your laundry room, consider adding a roman blind in a pattern or color. Tonic Living in Toronto does custom roman blind sewing and they have a ton of fun patterned fabrics to choose from.
Though a small detail, colored cabinet knobs are a playful touch. Anthropologie has a wide assortment of fun knobs that will brighten any cabinet.
If subtle color is more your taste, go for this natural handwoven hamper from The Land Of Nod. It features all kinds of colors, but the natural woven base keeps them from overpowering.