Small laundry rooms can be a daunting space. So much function goes into the room, and yet it feels like there is NEVER enough storage space. I’ve selected 18 small laundry areas, designed by bloggers, to share with you today. All of these laundry rooms have components I am interested in adding to my own later this summer.
Scroll down for laundry DIY barn doors, creative laundry storage ideas, a variety of backsplashes, and a mix of stacked washer/dryers and side by side layouts.
DIY the Barn Door | Image Source: House on Longwood Lane
This DIY geometric barn door is stunning, and a barn door is a great solution for narrow hallways.
2. Stack Your Laundry Baskets | Image Source: DIY Decor Mom
Stacking laundry baskets on shelves is a genius idea for small laundry rooms, and I love the navy color in this space.
3. Pour Detergent in Glass Containers | Image Source: Artsy Chicks Rule
If you have open shelving above your washer & dryer, add detergents and accessories to clear containers for a minimal, fresh look.
4. Stack the Washer & Dryer | Image Source: Jessica Welling Interiors
Its amazing how much you can fit in a small laundry room when you stack the washer & dryer. With storage solutions they fit the ironing board, baskets, and drawers for sorting laundry!
5. Add a Wood Countertop | Image Source: Charleston Crafted
Give yourself space to fold clothes in the laundry room by adding a simple wood countertop over a front-loading washer and dryer.
6. Install Wall Hooks | Image Source: At Home With the Barkers
Even the smallest of laundry rooms have a bit of wall space. Make the most of your vertical wall space by adding hooks for clothes or cloth laundry bags.
7. Organize the Closet | Image Source: 2 Bees in a Pod
I admire this closet laundry room so much! There is just enough space for a stacked washer and dryer and laundry supply shelving on the side. Great use of space.
8. Install Wallpaper | Image Source: The Zhush
Wallpaper will add instant character and texture to a laundry room, and contrasts the industrial look of a washer and dryer.
9. Add a Semi-Flush Light | Image Source: Southern Hospitality
Most laundry rooms do not have high ceilings. Adding a semi-flush light makes a laundry room more cozy while staying safely high overhead.
10. Add Raised Storage for Baskets | Image Source: Simply Designing
Make laundry baskets easier to access and off the floor with a storage solution along the wall.
11. Store More with Vertical Baskets | Image Source: Simplicity in the South
I truly admire all the baskets they fit in this small laundry room by adding vertical shelving.
12. Use Colorful Maps as Wallpaper | Image Source: In My Own Style
Wallpaper can be pricey. This closet laundry room got a makeover with colorful maps—small budget friendly and all the impact of wallpaper!
13. Design for a Drying Rack | Image Source: Postcards From the Ridge
Adding a wall-mounted drying rack to a small laundry room makes so much sense. Look for one that closes flush to the wall to save space.
14. Add a Textured Wall | Image Source: Making Manzanita
Install a faux brick or plank wall in a small laundry room for added texture on a budget.
15. Combine Cabinets with Open Shelving | Image Source: Houseful of Handmade
In small laundry rooms finding space for laundry baskets can be a challenge. She added cabinetry, shelves for baskets, and a space for hanging clothes to this laundry room (and purple is a fun, unexpected color!)
16. Add a Countertop | Image Source: Cindy Hattersley Design
Not all small laundry rooms have the space for a countertop, but if you can squeeze it in—it creates a wonderful spot to organize and fold clothes.
17. Include a Tall Garment Rack | Image Source: Fox Hollow Cottage
Make the most of vertical space in a small laundry room with a tall garment rack.
18. Install a Backsplash | Image Source: Handmade Haven
Save time and install a peel & stick backsplash behind your washer/dryer for extra personality in a small space.
Studying each of these 18 small laundry room makeovers helped me narrow down what features we should add to our space. Do you have a favorite?