Rollingwood Slide HouseFarmhouse Laundry Room, Austin
Architect: Tim Brown Architecture. Photographer: Casey Fry
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Laundry slide. This photo, which also made the most popular laundry room list, of the same room from a different angle, shows how the slide is oriented in relation to the washer and dryer. You could zip right down it with a basket of clothes. Alternatively, you could send your clothes down on their own. Read more about this laundry roomMoreThe 10 Most-Loved Laundry Rooms of 201710 Things Around My Home That I’m Thankful For
6. Blue, gray and white. Even though this laundry room has a large industrial element — the metal slide, which can give off a colder feel — light blue walls and white tile help create a soothing, homey vibe. Dark gray floors ground the space, reinforcing the cabinetry and the accent color in the rug. The clock, woven basket and countertop accessory add texture and interest, while the orange rug adds a jolt of unexpected color.Tip: If having a bold color in the laundry is a must for you, try introducing it in smaller doses with a rug, artwork or accessories to keep the room feeling lighter and larger overall.