4 Laundries To Urgently Get Inspired From

Ideal for taking care of laundry and storing all of its cleaning products, a laundry room bringing together a washing machine, dryer, drying rack, detergent, and household products must be designed to fit optimally into a spacious home, such as a place of life in the reduced area. Tailor-made joinery and space-saving solutions are often very practical for the better organization of this space. 

Discover these 4 smart laundry room layouts that combine functionality and exemplary design. 

1. A laundry area with a minimalist design

In this family apartment of 150 m², in the laundry area, the interior design agency has bet on a warm and refined decor, combining almond green facades and light wood worktops.

A long line of storage made entirely to measure accommodates cleaning products, linen, and accessories, while to the left of the dryer, a full-height column can store a vacuum cleaner and ironing board.

2. A dual-purpose room: laundry room and pantry

In this once dark and quirky room, the interior designer imagined a laundry room that also serves as a dressing room and office space for a family with three children. In this room with a contemporary and uncluttered atmosphere, a low cabinet positioned near the window accommodates cleaning products and a basket for storing dirty laundry. This is surmounted by a series of shelves where a few objects and plants are displayed. On the right, a piece of furniture taking up the entire height houses the washing machine in the lower part, with a basket for emptying clean linen from the machine.

3. A laundry-optimized bathroom

In this contemporary-style bathroom, the interior designer has optimized the storage area to create a compact and clever laundry area. The washing machine, integrated under the washbasin, is accompanied by a large cupboard that houses a drying rack and shelves for storing cleaning products. Wall units provide additional storage space for linens and cosmetics.

A clever black metal rack also serves as a wardrobe to hang up some wet clothes. In order not to overload the space, the owner of the premises has bet on white cupboards in the upper part. To warm up the atmosphere, a light wood worktop harmonizes with an elegant powder pink credenza.

4. An optimized XXS space in the laundry room

This 38 m² studio has been completely redesigned. Optimizing every corner, was the challenge of the interior designer who managed to bring a clever laundry area into this living space with a reduced surface area. A space-saving sliding door separates this room from the bathroom.

The washing machine is surmounted by a series of made-to-measure shelves which make it possible to store the household linen and clothes of the owner of the premises. These extend onto the adjacent wall, at a lesser depth, to maximize the storage surface.


Tags: decorations, home design, interior design, laundry room, product decor, product design

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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