Laundry Room Renovation | Laundry Room IdeasFebruary 28, 2023
Laundry Room Renovation Ideas
The laundry room is often one of the last areas to be updated in a home. But why wait? There are many ways to update your laundry room without breaking the bank.
If you are looking to update your laundry room without spending a lot of money, consider updating your cabinets. You can find a variety of cabinet styles and colors that will fit your home perfectly. You can also choose to update your cabinets with new hardware, which will give your laundry room a more updated look.
If you are looking to update your laundry room without spending a lot of money, consider updating your laundry room lighting. You can find a variety of lighting options that will fit
Next on the list of renovation plans is the laundry room! It’s currently upstairs near Andrew’s office, and it will be moved to a space that encompasses my current walk-in closet and our current laundry room closet.
Laundry Room Renovation Cost
A small laundry renovation can start as low as $2000 and go up to $20,000 if you want new cabinets, finishes, and plumbing. Depending on how old your laundry design is, you may not need too many structural changes, which will lower the cost.
When it comes to renovating your laundry room, there are a few things to keep in mind.
First, is the size of the room important to you? If so, you’ll want to consider how much space you have and what kind of layout you would like. Do you want a dedicated space for the washer and dryer, or can you share space with other appliances?
Next, think about what you need in a laundry room renovation. Some features to consider might include a washer and dryer, storage space for clothes, a sink and counter space, and a place to hang clothes.
Laundry Room Renovation Plan
Laundry Room Renovation Demo
A pocket door will access this space from the top of the stairs and ONE DAY we will turn the utility room window into a glass door to a roof terrace as it overlooks a flat roof which we want to use in the future as a place to relax and watch the trees (and maybe hide from our kids).
New layout Laundry
The elevations have changed slightly since we drew this – there will be no cabinets above the washer-dryer, just a long drying rod (I hang a lot to dry) and the wallpaper behind it, and no tiling.
For styling, I’m hoping to do these paneled cabinet doors and since I have neutral or green everywhere else, I’m trying to go blue here. But there’s a version of that that’s just as neutral so we’ll just have to wait and see how I feel… Honestly, I’m still designing this room, but I’m pretty confident in the limestone herringbone floors and the cabinets – what are the decisions that need to come right away!