Laundry Room Cabinets

Best Designs for Laundry Room Cabinets

By June 21, 2018 November 23rd, 2018 No Comments

These days in-suite laundry is something that comes at a premium price, but the convenience of having your own washer and dryer doesn’t have to be a luxury. Although they aren’t exactly space-saving machines, with the right custom build cabinets you can maximize your moderate space. If you’re planning on renovating your laundry space our designers can create the functional laundry room of your dreams!

Block Counter Tops

Block counter tops are great for covering the top of your washer and dryer. They provide a huge amount of space for folding and ironing, as well as countertop storage space for detergents and cleaners. Incorporating a wooden block countertop into your laundry room design creates a beautiful pop of natural colour to your space. Having a large work space in your home also comes in handy well beyond laundry days. When Christmas time comes around block counters are the best surfaces for rolling out the wrapping paper.

Black and white laundry room with patterned floor tiles. Photo shows off a grey custom cabinetry washer and dryer unit topped wood countertops

Source: House Beautiful

Install Drying Rods Between Cabinets

Folding drying racks are awkward and flimsy and take up a huge amount of floor space when they’re in use. In a small laundry room, installing drying rods between two higher cabinets can keep your floor and counter clear and get the job done much neater than a cluttered drying rack ever could. If you’re looking for a laundry room design with more of a industrial feel, you can use copper pipes as an alternative to a wooden or acrylic rod for a trendy pop of colour and texture.

Photo showing off a clean white laundry room with a custom cabinetry unit built with a drying rack that is holding fitted shirts

Source: House Beautiful

Rollout Shelving and Drawers

We want to help you design a laundry room so functional, you’ll be able to throw out your ironing board! Ironing boards are the reason people don’t like to iron! They’re clunky and awkward and they have been since the beginning of laundry. Installing pull-out shelves is the best way to make the most of a small laundry room. Trading in your ironing board for a countertop ironing pad can save a huge amount of space. A pull out shelf also makes ironing on-the-go much easier and the shelf doubles as a folding station if you’re working in a small laundry room.

Rustic grey laundry closet featuring custom cabinetry with a rollout shelf extended to hold a shirt and iron

Source: Houzz

Installing drawers for your laundry bins makes sorting loads much easier, and keeps unwashed laundry out of site.

Close up of three rollout drawers holding laundry bins

Source: The Sunny Side Up Blog

Bathroom Cabinets for Laundry

If you’re not working with an excess of space, you can elegantly double your bathroom as a laundry room! A double door cabinet for your washer and dryer makes them easily accessible while keeping them out of sight. A laundry cabinet can give you extra counter space in your bathroom without the sink, and installing a mirror above it can also create more vanity space.

Beach themed bathroom looking into a folding door closet filled to the brim with custom cabinetry shelving for storage and washer dryer combo

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A laundry cabinet in your bathroom also gives you the chance to mix textures and you can use curtains instead of cabinet doors to complement some of the softer features of your bathroom.

Beige laundry nook featuring a floating wood countertop with a curtain rod and curtain directly underneath to hide the washer and dryer

Source: Decoist

So whether you want to stack your washer and dryer or pair them side by side, we can custom design and build your laundry room cabinets so that you get the absolute most out of your unique space. We pride ourselves on providing great quality products that are stylish and built to last. Call to book a design session with us today!