50 Laundry Room Cabinets To Make This House Chore So Much Easier

Whether it’s a closet or an entire room, doing the laundry can be the most dreaded task inside the home. This is why it’s imperative that you make that space both functional and stylish.

Making it easy-to-use and happily aesthetic is key for surviving lots of loads of the family’s clothes. And these 50 laundry room cabinets will make this chore so much easier on you!

Make The Chore Of Laundry Easier With These Projects

1. Keep It Simple

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Sweet and simple, who wouldn’t love to have this laundry room in their own home. It’s not the smaller side but as all the luxury and functionality you’d want.

2. Put Your Machines In Cubbies

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You can even create cabinets for the washer and dryer themselves! Isn’t this space snazzy and has a bit of a masculine vibe as well.

3. Add More Cabinets To Add More Space

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Check out this warm and weathered laundry room that again is full of luxury in terms of storage and organizational space. But it’s also quite stylish with its weather cabinets and black countertops.

4. Mix In Baskets

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Here’s a quaint laundry room that is made easier with a mix of cabinets and storage options. Baskets and cubbies round out this space quite nicely.

5. Try A Nice Camel Color

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These camel-colored, wood cabinets are a gorgeous addition to this family laundry room. It’s a traditional style that’s functional and really will make doing this nearly daily chore less aggravating.

6. Consider Open Shelving

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Not all laundry room cabinets need to be enclosed. Instead, here we see an efficient and small open shelving system that works just as well!

7. Go For Dark, Textured Cabinets

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If you want something with contrast, then you’ll want to get inspired by these textured, dark chocolate cabinets. We love the contrast with the white appliances, don’t you?

8. Install A Pull-Out Sorter

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Check out this modern laundry room setup. With floor to ceiling cabinets and even a pull-out laundry sorter, this is quite the fashion-forward treat of a laundry room design.

9. Pick Pastel Colors

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This laundry room couldn’t be any more sweet and charming. Just look at the mix of cabinets, sorting arrangements, and gorgeous seafood color choice.

10. Design A Cottage Experience

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Here again, we see a beautiful pastel blue but the overall style is very much of a cottage experience. The blinded cabinets and bit of a country flair make this laundry room welcoming too.

11. Create A Retro Feel

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And this laundry room has a distinctly retro feel. With its ivory cabinets and black and red contrast, you get a fun, 50’s feel that livens up the room.

12. Use Those Corners

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Utilize every inch of the laundry room you’ve got with a way to corner cabinets. And if you have this much storage space, just think of all the cleaning supplies and extra family “stuff” that can be stored and all the ways you can organize the laundry room.

13. Make Your Laundry Room Dual Purpose

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This laundry room is also made with a “mud” room vision in mind. It’s got the cabinets you need and the open shelving the family will utilize too.

14. Paint Your Cabinets Green

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Here we have more laundry room cabinets that have been dipped in a pretty shade of green. We love the modern edge the space gets paired with the stainless appliances but also the subdued feeling the tone brings in as well.

15. Build Shelves For Your Baskets

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Baskets in the cubbies and a gently set of cabinets overhead, this laundry room is small but has what you need. Keep essentials around the washer and dryer with no qualms.

16. Utilize The Space Beneath

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Sometimes the only space you get is underneath, and that’s okay. Because when you’ve created such a fun and playful place to do your chores, you’re so much happier!

17. Style With Black

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If there was ever a sexy laundry room, this is the one. Paired with a few black cabinets, this space has both function and style.

18. Mount A Drying Rack

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Here’s another laundry room that’s been filled with rich, dark-colored cabinets. And of course, a drying rack is nice to add to the layout. {found on abruzzo}.

19. Gray Paint For The Win

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And then there’s gray, which is both trendy and stylish. It’s one of the best neutrals to create a foundation with and these laundry room cabinets are quite dreamy.

20. Surround Yourself In Alabaster

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Check out this smooth and creamy, alabaster-covered laundry room. The cabinets are all around, making beautiful storage options for both your chores and your home.

21. Don’t Forget Some Pizazz

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Why not add some happy colors to a space that’s all about work? These turquoise laundry room cabinets add such a great pop of pizzazz and personal style!{found on melissalenox}.

22. Explore A Wooden Finish

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If you have a more rustic or country vision in mind, go big with a wooden finish. You may not want as much as what you see here, but it’s a great way to springboard ideas.{found on lcwoodwork}.

23. Incorporate More Drama

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Maybe you have a more bold style. Although you probably don’t want this much color happening in the kitchen, if you love the look, dress your laundry room in the drama! {found on architecturaltilestone}.

24. Textured Cabinets

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There is so much to love about this laundry room. There are so many details and textural selections found throughout the cabinet choice.

25. Construct L-Shaped Cabinets

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Again, if you’ve got a small space, utilize it to its fullest. Just check out how these L-shaped cabinets were installed to make this room even more functional.

26. Masculine Cabinet And Shelf Combo

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There’s a lot of masculine energy surrounding this laundry room cabinet design. But again, we love the mix of cabinets and shelving, making a super functional space.

27.  Give Lime Green A Try

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As mentioned before, why not add a bit of fun to your laundry room. You may not want lime green screaming in other parts of your home, but that bold festivity can easily be dressing the chore space.

28. Extra Storage Black Cabinets

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Here’s another gorgeous example of a laundry room made with black cabinets. There’s enough storage here but also the right kind of inspiration for those that don’t want to go with the traditional white choices.

29. Choose Contemporary Cabinet Handles

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Check out these ultra-contemporary laundry room cabinets! They’re far from traditional and we love the pop of glam they bring to such an unsuspecting place in the home.

30. Make It Cozy

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Cozy, welcoming feelings are a great addition to rooms where you don’t have much fun. Making this space more relaxing, with subtle, blue cabinets and a weathered look help to envelop the visitor.

31. Less Cabinets Is Cool Too

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You don’t always need a room full of storage to make you happy. When your laundry room is small, a couple of cabinets can do their job without issue.

32. Contrast The Cabinets With The Walls

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White laundry room cabinets will contrast beautifully against a rich, dark wall color. Go with a color you love but are too scared to use throughout the home, like plum or even mango.

33. Combine Your Laundry And Mud Room

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We have another great example of how to combine the mud room with the laundry space. Of course, your cabinet choice is key when you have to do this.

34. Include Personal Touches

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This laundry room is full of girlish personality and pizzazz. With the accents and teal-colored cabinets, the details can really make the difference.

35. Maybe A Vintage Look

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These cabinets scream vintage style and we love it. The designer really went all out creating a space with an old-age spirit.

36. Blend The Room With Natural Colors

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There’s a very natural element involved in these dark wood laundry room cabinets. They can stand on their own and set the tone for the space.

37. White With Extra Storage

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Yes, even in the smallest of laundry closets or nooks, you can create a charming experience. White and bright and full of organizational options, this sweet spot is a favorite.

38. Look For A Farmhouse Feel

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Here we have a laundry room that’s been finished with a distressed, farmhouse feel because of its cabinet choice. And hows that addition of appliances that bring in the right pop of color?

39. Embrace Large Contemporary Cabinets

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One solid swoop and contemporary style make this wooden laundry room go round. It’s a unique way to add and style the cabinets in your home, don’t you think?

40. Headboard Texture Cabinets

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These cabinets are creamy and cozy – which we love. But we also love the texture, with is a “headboard” style that gives an extra traditional pop to any space.

41. Closet Style Laundry Room

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Maybe you like to keep your laundry room looking a bit like a closet. Or maybe your laundry room is the closet. Either way, you can mix a cabinet or two with some shelves, and a drying rack, for some amazing organization in your laundry room like this one on Organized Living. You can guarantee you won’t waste time looking for items in the laundry room anymore!

42. Cover With Curtains

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If you have a laundry room with a mixture of cabinets and shelves, you know that sometimes these shelves can get a little messy. This is why you should consider adding a curtain to pull closed when you just don’t want to look at the shelves any more. You can even cover your washer and dryer with curtains like in Art Make Home, to really give your laundry room a cohesive, spotless look.

43. Pick Out A Pattern

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Don’t underestimate the ability of a pattern to upgrade a space such as your laundry room. In this laundry room in The Chronicles Of Home, patterned wallpaper was combined with an open shelving style to add storage space while also giving the room a farmhouse flair with wicker storage baskets.

44. Make Your Laundry Room A Cabinet

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This style of laundry room cabinet will work best in homes where the laundry room is incorporated into a hallway or the kitchen. Using the methods outlined in The Owner Builder Network, you can easily transform your entire laundry room into a cabinet which can offer a plethora of storage while also being able to be closed and out of the way when guests are over.

45. Add In-Between Storage

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For those with an exceptionally tiny space, every spare inch you can use is useful. This is why if you have space between your washer and dryer, or the wall, you should build a laundry room cabinet into this space like in Loving Here. This way you can get the most storage possible while also giving your washer and dryer a more cohesive look.

46. Hide Your Ironing Board

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Tired of that unsightly ironing board hanging from the back of the laundry room door? Build a special cabinet to keep your ironing board out of sight. These cabinets come in many shapes and sizes, some that even allow the ironing board to be stored in a drawer like this one featured on Closet Works.

47. Invest In Drying Drawers

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Speaking of Drawers, don’t despair if your laundry room doesn’t have room for a drying rack, because it could still have room for drying drawers. Now people won’t even know it’s laundry day in your home and the room will always have a fresh look. These drawers can be designed to have an open look, or be fully concealable like this design in Elite Designs International.

48. Frosted Glass

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If full laundry room cabinets aren’t your style, but you aren’t ready to commit to open shelving just yet, consider adding frosted glass cabinets to your laundry room. You can even buy regular glass cabinets and fog them yourself. These will improve the look of your laundry design in a unique way as pictured in Made By Mood.

49. Build Your Broom A Cabinet

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Besides just your ironing board, you likely have several other bulky items that may need a closet of their own, such as a broom and vacuum cleaner. Get these items out from underfoot by building a cabinet just for them, like this rustic finished cabinet featured on Mullet Cabinet. Now all your cleaning and laundry supplies can have a home of their own!

50. Basket Drawers

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Create basket drawers in your laundry room by combining laundry room cabinets with inexpensive laundry baskets. This will create an easy way to store bulkier items like sheets and towels, as well as a convenient way to collect those mismatched socks you are always finding. You can do this with an open style featured on Make It Love It, or you can cover your basket drawers with a cabinet door to keep your laundry room looking polished.

No matter what your laundry room looks like now, once you use a few of these tips to refashion it into something stylish, you will simply fall in love with the space. And it will be easier than ever to keep items organized while doing the seemingly never-ending task of laundry. And who knows, you may like your new laundry room cabinets so much you won’t mind doing the laundry anymore. Just don’t tell anyone else in the house!