You might not that think that one of the most important rooms in your house is the laundry room. That is because so often laundry rooms look just as dirty and forgotten as the jobs you do in them. But it doesn’t have to be that way. A laundry room or mud room serves a major function in a working household and there is no reason why it should not receive as much design respect as your kitchen. The fact is that you could potentially be spending a lot of time in your laundry room between cleaning, doing laundry (and all the additional actions that go along with that), feeding pets, storing gardening materials, and whatever other activities you can shove in there. All the room really needs is some key organizational elements and good lighting and you might be finding yourself spending even more time in there.
Since the laundry room is a small space you really have the opportunity to do some outrageous design treatments that you might not have the guts to do anywhere else. With its small size, it also allows for you put in some more expensive materials that would not be as unrealistic in a space that has more square footage. The Casa Blanca project I did is perfect example of where the client wanted to do something a little more out of the ordinary then the rest of her home. This resulted in a space that was beautiful enough to be a second kitchen and twice as functional. Below are images of some creative and attractive laundry rooms that you can take advice from for your own space.