21 Laundry Rooms That Will Make You Want to Do Laundry

Folding and starching and happiness abound

Warm, fresh laundry straight from the wash is one of life’s simplest pleasures. But the actual process of cleaning said laundry? Definitely a drag.

But what if your laundry room were so gorgeous, you actually wanted to spend time in it? Scroll on for some major motivation.  

Anne Charlotte Photography

Light and cheery and perfect for a quiet afternoon of reading and whites washing.

It’s amazing what a professionally framed art print or two can do to elevate a space.

And, for that matter, a ton of natural light.

Funky wallpaper that’s a bit too loud for the parlor? It’s found a fabulous new home.

Or go downright Zen with appliances tucked into the closet of a spa-like bathroom.

Toile was made for laundry day.

Dark, natural wood floors and a spacious farmhouse sink can transport you to a country cottage.

Minimalist babe? Go for all-white and Scandi-chic.

Christine Dovey

These appliances are so pretty, they need no concealing--but we still love this refurbished antique sliding door.

Hayburn & Co.

Slate floors make a stunning counterpoint to sleek appliances--and a happy home for happy pups.


And a laundry room blends seamlessly into the basement with the addition of warm wood and decorative objects.

Who knew vintage trolleys could look so darn chic?

Martha Stewart

Or that vase storage could make such pretty and practical decor?

It’s tough not to be happy in a sunshine-yellow laundry and gardening room.  

Country Home Magazine

But sometimes simple is best--as evidenced by this blue-and-white-striped hideaway curtain.

Rock Paper Hammer

Or this bright, cerulean blue ceiling.

Traditional Home

A cushy, cozy banquette makes a great spot for a mid-cycle nap.  

And this setup is so discreet and convenient, you might forget you’re doing chores entirely.

Pretty, matching laundry baskets are everything.

Brooks & Falotico

As are sliding blue barn doors that help to tuck appliances away.

And when all else fails, go bold with color.


Home Editor

From 2014-2019 Grace Beuley Hunt held the role of Home Editor covering interior design, styling, trends and more.