Our suggestions on how to choose the best furniture for your laundry room, simple steps to create a functional laundry room at home
If you think laundry rooms are a space fit for large houses, think again. It only takes bit of creativity and organization to design a dedicated and functional space even within a limited space. To have an ideal laundry room, it’s best to consider it’s presence right from the design or restyling stages.
If, however, you don’t intend to change the whole layout of the house, it’s always possible to choose faster and cheaper solutions to furnish the laundry room. In our article we offer you functional furniture solutions with beautiful aesthetics and that adapt to different styles.
Here are some ideas to inspire you and create the best laundry room for your home:
Create your laundry area inside the bathroom with the right furniture!
The bathroom often becomes the room par excellence in which to create a laundry area. You can create different tricks to keep everything in order, aesthetically pleasing and, at the same time, practical. One idea is to hide appliances, detergents, laundry baskets and ironing boards inside a wardrobe or cabinet.
To make the most of the available space, opt for transformable solutions, such as Prua Short, retractable ironing board that remains hidden in a small drawer, with a minimum depth of only 45cm, and ready for use whenever it’s necessary.
A dedicated laundry corner in the corridor, an unusual but very functional solution
A built-in wardrobe or a dedicated piece of furniture is enough to create a practical laundry room in a passage area. In this case, even more than in others, concealed solutions tend to look aesthetically better. It is possible insert the various appliances in a single wardrobe, including a folding or rotating ironing board, which comes out only when it’s needed.
A laundry room in the utility room, perhaps the most desired solution
This could be the perfect room for both storing supplies as well as the laundry room items. Over the washing machine you can put shelves and place detergents. Shelves and drawers will serve to keep everything close at hand and organized, especially if the space is limited.
And do remember to install a laundry basket.
With Basket, solution with a complementary pull-out shelf, you gain an additional worktop to place clean clothes before hanging them.
The laundry room in the kitchen: with the right furniture, the laundry area fits even here!
Although it seems the least suitable place, a laundry corner can also be organized in the kitchen, it only takes choosing the right furniture. You can hide the washing machine and dryer with a plasterboard wall, or make them fit into equipped columns like the refrigerator and pantries. The important thing is to integrate the laundry with the look of the kitchen and turn it into a hidden service space.
In this case too, concealed solutions are the most successful choice: Prua, which requires a drawer with the same depths as those of a standard kitchen, perfectly matches your need for order and functionality.
Ideas to integrate the laundry to the kitchen
Well then… have you chosen your favorite option?
Creative ideas for decorating the kids’ bedroom
Furnishing the children’s bedroom can seem like a real challenge, especially when there isn’t much space available. Children need a special room created especially for them, where they can sleep, play, explore, express their creativity and use their energy.
It doesn’t matter if you have a lot space or almost no space at all at your disposal, the important thing is to choose furniture and decorative elements that stimulate the exploration of the environment as an educational practice for kids.
Here are some ideas to better decorate your children’s room:
How to organize the children’s room?
Surprise: here’s a table!
Insert a nice table in one of the compartments of the bedroom closet. This solution not only makes the most of the available space and helps keep the environment organized, but also becomes an element of discovery for the child.
Two in one: desk and bookcase at the same time
Why limit yourself to a single solution when you can use the same furniture in different ways? Homework, for example, is a folding desk applied to the wardrobe. It serves not only as a support surface for doing homework, but also as a door to the cabinet, inside which children can place all their school materials and toys.
Changing table or extra desk?
Another tip is to choose furniture solutions that adapt to the different stages of children’s growth. The same piece of furniture that acts as a changing table when you have a baby at home can later become a dressing table or a study corner.
Creating children’s rooms can be fun, even in limited spaces. All it takes are a bit of creativity and the right furniture solutions.
Let us know which of these ideas inspired you the most!