Expert design that brings spaces together in unexpected ways
Did you know that the average household does about 50lbs of laundry per week? That is a massive amount of laundry, which means there is likely an abundance of time spent in a laundry room. That is why I have always been a firm believer that laundry rooms should not only function well for their household, but they should be aesthetic as well because.. shouldn’t everything? Here are 5 tips for how to design an efficient and aesthetic laundry room.
3. Determine your aesthetic. Once your space is all mapped out, and you are ready to start renovating, what is your design aesthetic and how will you work it into the functionality of your laundry room? Whether you have to take to Pinterest or Instagram to find cutting edge design ideas, now is the time to choose all of your finishes (what I like to call the fun part)!
4. Execute. You’ve mapped out your space, you’ve chosen all your design finishes, now it is time to execute your design! Do you plan to DIY this space or call in the professionals? Either way, make sure you have a good set of hands on the job to make sure you get it right!
5. Organize. Now that your room is finished, it’s time to go in and load it up with all of your laundry doing faves. To add to the aesthetic of the space while maintaining function, think about how you can work your everyday use items into the design. Can you pour your detergents into more aesthetic containers? Can you find an aesthetic way to display dryer balls and fabric softener? Maybe even the art work can serve a function by providing information for how to remove stains! Whatever your main function is, there’s always a way to make it aesthetic.
I hope you found this post helpful, and if you decide to use it as guideline for your own project, be sure to tag @l.ttlegreenhouse in your renovation posts. I’d love to see your aesthetic!