Laundry rooms can often become a neglected wreck- take a look at these laundry room design ideas and turn your cluttered space into an open and functional laundry room. You’ll thank yourself later.
Laundry Room Design Ideas
Why a mudroom?
- Makes your laundry space user-friendly and efficient
- A space dedicated to taking off dirty shoes and clothes so the rest of your house stays spick and span
- Endless ways to transform the space into what works best for you
Necessities in a mudroom
- Detergent bottles and dryer sheet boxes can be a major eyesore- adding storage is practical and will declutter the space
- Forget the coat closet-with this newly renovated space just add some hooks and you’re good to go
- Whether your kids are kicking off their muddy cleats or removing pads from a sweaty game, a bench is the perfect spot for them to ditch their smelly gear where it can easily be washed
Keeping the space bright and open
We love laundry spaces that are kept crisp and clean. Color can be added back in the space through decorations and vibrant baskets. Check out these inexpensive and adorable laundry room wall art pieces.
Backyard Entertainment Area
It is hard to see potential for a backyard entertainment area when you look out your back doors and see dead grass or a decapitated play set. Tear that grass up, take that beloved play set to goodwill, and lets get started! This backyard beauty was transformed by adding a covered patio to the existing house. Using a light wood for the ceiling (t&g knotty pine) makes this space appear larger than life making it the perfect space to entertain guests for any occasion.
A Family Fire Pit
We love outdoor areas that incorporate custom fire pits- Not only do they look great, they are very practicable for Colorado’s colder nights! Designed with the family in mind, this fire pit has plenty of sitting space for cozy s’mores nights! Fire pits can stand alone or be built into your outdoor space.
Where’s the Chef?
No outdoor entertainment area is complete without a bar and grill. The fire pit is the focal point of this scope, to the left is a fully equipped bar with added storage, and to the right is a industrial sized grill and stovetop. With beautiful granite countertops, you’ll want to pitch a tent and live on your spectacular outdoor patio.
Adding Some Extra Touches
Add extra seating with a grand table and colorful pillows. Add an extra touch by lining the ceiling with mini LED lights- this is a very affordable way to keep the space fun and bright! (Especially when entertaining at night)
Sports Media Room
This sports media room makes for the perfect Super Bowl Sunday watch room. This space has beautiful built-ins complimented by vibrant purple walls that add some spunk into the space. Dim the lights and enjoy your luxurious entertainment experience.
A mini bar is the perfect add on for any entertainment space-and they take up very little room! If you aren’t fond of having a blocked off sports media room, keep your basement open and cozy with a low maintenance fireplace and comfortable couches. Serving drinks and adding games such as billiards to the space will make your basement the place to be during every sports event!
Ultimate Basement Retreat
This gorgeous custom staircase leads to the ultimate basement retreat. The space is kept open to easily entertain and engage with guests. Your attention is automatically drawn to the full sized bar which doubles as a second kitchen-with a built in TV you’ll never wanna leave this beauty of a basement.
Home Movie Theatre
Ugly bathrooms are an easy way to deter guests from returning to your home. If you’re looking for fresh concepts for gorgeous bathrooms, take a look at these great ideas.
An open concept shower enlarges a bathroom seamlessly and effortlessly creating the perfect getaway. While open concept showers are very aesthetically pleasing, they are also practicable; ditch those hard to clean shower doors and see clearly why doorless showers are all the talk. We especially love this open concept shower and how a sky light is added to bring natural light into the space.
Be playful with color schemes and take risks; sometimes a drabby bathroom just needs to be revamped with some new vibrant colors. When picking out a paint color for your new space, look at your countertops and incorporate some of the same colors. Guest bathrooms are great spaces to step out of your comfort zone and have your inner interior designer come out to play! Not only does this space catch your eye with its electric blue vibe- the custom vanity completes this playful bathroom and will give your guests something to talk about.
Although we love incorporating vibrant colors into our work, neutrals make a crisp and clean bathroom. When working with neutral colors, it’s important to add some darker, contrasting pieces into the space. A contrasting vanity and countertop prove to be the perfect complement to one another. Pump up the color with bright tiles in the shower, such as a pale teal or opaque turquoise.
Built in vanities add great dimension and storage to your bathroom space. Ladies- an added vanity is a great spot to get ready for the day and unwind after a long one-admit it, sometimes we just need some extra space to pamper ourselves! Adding an extra built in away from your main vanity will make your master bathroom feel like a spa getaway, and who wouldn’t want that?