Stretch your comfort zone. Laundry rooms are a places you can take a risk and go a little bolder with your design choices. Brightly colored walls, wallpaper, a colorful mosaic backsplash or a fun patterned floor are all ways to try some new design choices — choices you might not otherwise make for the rest of your home.
What a perfect color combination for this laundry room. I wouldn't mind folding in this fresh space. The beautiful shade of green on the walls is sharply contrasted by the black geometric pattern on the floor. Also, note the simple and effective use of black with a liner on the backsplash.
13. Locate your laundry room where it will be most convenient. Placement in a garage or basement is common but generally not very convenient. Where is your ideal laundry spot? Mine would be right next to my master bedroom suite. Since I dress next to my closet, it would be most convenient for me to toss clothes straight into a nearby washer. Pulling clothes out of the dryer and being just a few steps away from putting them back in my closet would be heaven. And it's just me and my husband, so I don't have to carry laundry to other rooms.But that scenario isn't for everybody. Some people prefer the laundry room to be near — or even within — the kitchen so that they can run loads while doing other chores in the kitchen and keeping an eye on children. Just think about it very carefully. What location would save you time and steps?