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There are a few rooms that we tend to overlook when it comes to remodeling and redecorating. You've already implemented your favorite living room and kitchen design ideas, but what about applying some clever laundry room ideas? You probably spend much more time than you'd like to in there, after all. Why not turn it into a pace you actually enjoy being in? Look no further, because we've gathered some of our favourite decorating and organizing tips that will make you actually look forward to doing laundry.
Some tips might be similar to bathroom decor ideas, such as incorporating vintage touches or making sure you have ample storage by using baskets or antique jars. Other ideas are specific to your laundry room and work to free up previous space. For instance, if you're looking for space-saving hacks, try installing a beadboard drying rack that folds into the wall when you're done. Or, use some colorful patterns (try buying removable wallpaper if you're feeling indecisive) to make a cramped area feel more open. These best laundry room ideas prove that there's no reason for this space to feel dull. You'll be in the decorating spirit by the end of the list, guaranteed!

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Vintage Decor

Give some life to your laundry room by decorating with vintage finds of wall art, jars, or baskets.

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Woven Baskets

Keep a tiny laundry room organized by providing plenty of storage options, like these cute woven baskets to hold linens and towels. 

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Armoire Storage

If your laundry room is lacking built-in storage, an easy fix is using a large armoire and filling it with all your cleaning necessities.

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Keep It Neutral

If you're looking for a more serene, calming laundry room, going for all neutral colors is a great way to create a cozy space. 

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Mix Patterns

Feel free to get a little experimental in your laundry room, since it's a space that's basically just for your family! Mixing fun patterns can make a tiny spot feel cheery. 

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Patterned Wallpaper

Keep any laundry room feeling chipper with a patterned wallpaper that will make you smile (even when you're doing laundry).

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Beadboard Drying Rack

Drying racks can take up precious floor space in a laundry room. Instead, install a collapsable drying rack, like this one which pops out of the wall to hang dry any delicate items.

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DIY Countertop

You can save space by creating this DIY counter to fit above your washer and dryer for the perfect folding station.

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Upcycled Organization

Every organizational trick in this cute and quirky laundry room is a DIY hack Turn jelly jars into cute catchalls for loose change and buttons. A wooden ladder can be used as a hanging station, and an old ironing board can become a bulletin board. There's no limit to the treasures you can make with your trash!

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Double Machines

For large families with lots of laundry, consider doubling up with two stackable units that save time and space. An oversize table makes a pleasant spot for folding laundry, ironing, sewing, or even working on crafts.

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Add Storage

Not ready to invest tie and money in a major renovation? Try this simple fix that has big impact: Place a vintage table between the washer and dryer for additional storage. 

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Creative Storage

Put things that you love but no longer use, such as this doll house, to playful yet practical use. Anchored to the wall with decorative brackets, it becomes the highlight in an otherwise understated room. Each room of the doll house makes an easy-to-access cubby for laundry supplies. 

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Multi-Purpose Room

Many laundry rooms pull double duty. This one, with its location near the garden, makes an ideal potting area, too. If you're planning to add a sink, position it near the washer to save steps. A linoleum floor offers easy cleanup.

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Hidden Ironing Board

This ironing board folds up and slides neatly out of the way in a customized drawer when not in use. For a similar solution at less-than-custom prices, try an ironing cupboard, a shallow cabinet that holds a foldaway ironing board and supplies. Or use the simple over-the-door ironing board. 

source: countryliving.com
By: Elizabeth Roehrig