My current walk-in pantry—just off the kitchen's back hall—got a little cleanup this weekend. It's organized, at least for the time being, and I even went crazy labeling everything a la Martha Stewart. It looks great and I can't wait to show you all the results. But what I really want in this space; what makes me jump up and down in sheer joy is the thought that someday I will have my washer and dryer here on the main floor and out of the dark, dingy, cobwebby basement!
It's a small space, so it should be a stacking setup, which is fine with me because I think they can look great.
The space is tight, and I imagine it will end up looking somewhat like this.
apartment therapy—why is this pic black and white? It bugs me!
But even though it's small, I plan to deck it out the space and really make it pretty. Can you imagine having a laundry room gorgeous enough for floor-length drapes, a chandelier, and an upholstered chair? If I had the space, I would make this look happen.
Love these backsplash tiles. And can you imagine having a sink? That is luxury.
Speaking of tiles, these floor tiles are crazy awesome. By Popham Design. I want.
I like this curtained-off space.
This clean white space is so serene. It would not be bad to do laundry here.
Another crisp, organized space.
These rows of hooks are a great idea I'd like to borrow.
I like these end-cap shelves too. Clever.
A beautiful color can make all the difference though.
And all I really want is red! Oh, and these gorgeous grey cabinets too.
This is hands-down my dream laundry room. And let me tell you, despite these images I've found there is not a ton of inspiration out there. What I learned from doing this post is that a lot of laundry rooms are not that attractive, even the ones featured in lookbooks and on blogs and in Better Homes, which is where I found a few of these pics. And laundry rooms should be attractive! So, there's lots of room for improvement, design lovers. We should all be decorating our laundries to the hilt and showing them off. The design world needs inspiration!