Not very many of us have a huge laundry room space. In fact many of us don’t have much more than a glorified closet to accomplish all those chores. But with some creative ideas and some clever DIY organization you can change your space into something that works better for you and your crew. But also, is just a little more pleasant to be in. After all, if we have to be stuck washing and drying and folding and sorting, isn’t it a nice idea to do it in a space we love being in? Makes sense to me, I’m all for finding ways to make tasks we would rather avoid more joyful… So I searched the web and found so many good solutions out there! You can take ideas from each one, or just shamelessly copy the ideas of any one of these amazing bloggers and their DIY laundry room ideas & makeovers!

 

 

Simple DIY Laundry Room Ideas

Jenna Kate At Home‘ turned their small, pass through laundry room into a multi functioning family command center. Complete with a mud room, lots of storage, and pretty style, too. Check out how they did it!

 

From BHG, this laundry room has a central work center with shelves above, and rolling laundry carts below keep everything organized. Love the curtain to hide the clothes clutter, but what really makes this laundry room is the amazing wallpaper. You could do the same thing with a stencil and paint!

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We’re already big fans of Kelly at ‘View Along the Way‘, but this laundry room makeover was so great! And, she did it on a budget! This is probably a similar set up as many of your own laundry rooms, so her makeover offers us some good ideas to steal! And that isn’t wallpaper, she did use a stencil! Make sure you check out her site and find out how she did it.

 

This laundry room has floating shelves and AMAZING tile… It makes this whole space seem like a room you want to be in! A nice light fixture, pretty baskets and a little art on the walls. All are easy ways to make this laundry room seem luxurious. From ‘BHG‘.

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If your space is nothing more than a nook, think about using soft fabric instead of doors…Doors take up so much space, whether in the laundry area itself or in the room the doors open into. Look at this farmhouse style DIY laundry room over at ‘Rooms for Rent Blog‘. Easy. Quick. Done!

 

At ‘11 Magnolia Lane‘, check out these laundry room ideas. First, does the size remind you of anybody else’s laundry room? Now, check out what they did with this closet size laundry space… What a difference, and this is so pretty, too. LOVE these sliding barn doors. Oh, yea, they teach you how to make those, too!

 

This next laundry room redo isn’t exactly a small laundry room space like most of us deal with, but I want you to see how ‘Fresh Mommy Blog‘ created this space out of a garage (you can see the before pics on her post) and made it efficient, and gorgeous, and she did it with great DIY laundry room ideas! Definitely click through to see how she pulled this off!

 

This colorful laundry room from ‘BHG‘ is just fabric and paint. What a fun space! The chandelier is an amazing touch, and I know the ones IKEA carries would be perfect for this!

 

Sand and Sisal‘ has this budget DIY laundry room makeover that has a coastal design flavor… and I adore this color!

 

Finally, from ‘Love of Family and Home‘, this charming laundry room makeover includes a floor cloth (and instructions) and pretty artwork.

So whether you have a small laundry room, or just need to carve out a space to do the laundry, let these ideas and makeovers inspire you. Even on a budget! We think you will want to check out our posts on 8 Gorgeous DIY Closet Organizer Plans, and 14 Laundry Room Design Ideas over at OhMeOhMy!


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1 Comment

  1. Jooselyn @ The DIY Spot May 9, 2014 at 6:41 am

    These laundry rooms are all beautiful and inspiring. Thanks for putting this collection together.

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