Let’s face it; doing laundry is almost never fun. It always feels like the chore that never ends. We’re here to rewrite that narrative! When you’re in a beautiful space that makes you feel happy, the mundane chores on your to-do list don’t seem as bad. While getting out stains and folding clean clothes will never be as fun as a night on the town, doing them in pretty spaces that make you smile does make it better.
This room makes doing laundry seem fun. Tucked away in the corner of the house, this space makes a lovely first impression. The herringbone tiled floor contrasts the rest of the lighter hues found throughout the space. Countertop wraps around the room allowing for optimal folding space. The cabinets are a very light blue, which pairs perfectly with the delicate wallpaper. Who wouldn’t want to do laundry in a space like this?
This laundry room was moved to where the previous closet was. Not only did this allow for more space overall, but it made the closets feel more connected. Though still conveying the same elegance found in the master bath down the hallway, Schumacher’s A-Twitter wallpaper adds a playful touch. Black cabinetry reflects the color scheme found in the tiled floor.
A Room for Puppies and Laundry
Not only did the family need this space to function as a laundry room, but they also wanted to include a special space for the dog. A puppy washing station was added for all the muddy dog days to come. The wallpaper, which carries over the canine loving theme, is truly a showstopping element. Counter space was added for optimal laundry folding room. Open shelving helps the space feel airy but still functions as storage. This room is also living proof wallpaper can make all the difference. Everything about this room speaks to the family’s playful personality.
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