Because it’s the sole unfinished room in my house, my laundry room is my project in waiting.
I love browsing laundry room designs for inspiration, and my favorites incorporate multiple purposes into an otherwise underused space.
Now that washers and dryers are less noisy, people don’t mind setting up a gift-wrapping station into laundry room shelves. You might see a craft or scrapbooking station among laundry room cabinets and decor. Some people are even including laundry into mudrooms and bathrooms. I say it’s smart!
Check out these laundry room photos I grabbed (mostly from houzz.com) exemplifying some multipurpose room ideas.
Not only is a laundry room counter a great place to fold clothes, but it’s also ideal for wrapping presents.
I’m a sucker for black and white, so I love this mudroom/laundry room. So clean.
Tuck a small office space next to your laundry to kill two to-do list birds with one stone. I especially like that the office chair can fold up easily.
Why devote an entire space to doing laundry when most front-loading washer and dryers stack easily to hide in a bathroom cabinet?
Another laundry room with a gift-wrapping station, but a bit brighter this time. I love the hexagon tile on the floor
Another bathroom/laundry room, but a countertop acts as a supplies shelf and folding station this time.
Clean your pets while you clean your clothes!
I believe that the washer and dryer are tucked in these cabinets? It also includes a gift-wrapping station and gardening center.
Haven’t you always wanted a corner office?
Mudroom with peak-a-boo stacked laundry.
This laundry room, while less chic, makes space for everything in cute, colorful containers and includes a counter space for folding, wrapping and crafting.