5 Tiny Laundry Room Ideas with Big Style

Size doesn’t matter. Despite the tiny size of your laundry room, you can still make it awesome with the right interior style. You also need a good organization for your laundry room with enough storage to create a clutter-free look.

Here are 5 tiny laundry room ideas with big styles to inspire you to create a functional laundry room.

1. House in Sennyuji-michi by Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio

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The tiny laundry room idea in House in Sennyuji-michi by Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio is about using wood as the main material. This material is used to design the floor, ceiling, and storage. It is a perfect idea to bring nature and create a neutral look for a tiny laundry room.

Photographer: Omote Tadashi

 

2. Apartment Jacko II by Atelier Starzak Strebicki

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This tiny laundry room idea is perfect for you who love a bright interior. Apartment Jacko II by Atelier Starzak Strebicki has a bright laundry room in white. Half of the wall is covered with white tiles while the rest is painted white. This bright look is also complete with a white sink.

Photographer: Danil Daneliuk

 

3. The Sounding Space by PRUSTA

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The Sounding Space by PRUSTA uses patterned tiles to beautify its laundry room. Located in the bathroom area, this laundry room is dominated by white. The bright look can be created thanks to a white ceiling, white patterned tiles, white storage, a white sink, and even a white toilet.

Photographer: Leonas Garbacauskas

 

4. Elegant Apartment by IDwhite

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Just like its name, Elegant Apartment by IDwhite also has an elegant tiny laundry room in its bathroom area. Patterned tiles are used to beautify the floor while other parts of the laundry room are dominated by white, including the wall, ceiling, shelves, and toilet.

Photography: IDwhite

 

5. Empire House by Austin Maynard Architects

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The tiny laundry room idea in Empire House by Austin Maynard Architects is not only simple but also functional. The area above the laundry machines is used to hang washed clothes. Another side of the laundry room’s wall is used for storage.

Photographer: Derek Swalwell

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