- Choose a dynamic color theme
Use paint to make the laundry workspace bright and cheerful. The painting is a simple and inexpensive upgrade. Choose a bright color theme. Some good paint color choices are bright citrus shades such as lime green, yellow or orange. A refreshing and bright white is another good choice to illuminate the room and its mood. Apply walls or cabinets with the color of your choice.
- Add counter space
Counter space is essential for folding, placing laundry baskets and other items. Create a custom counter for commercial laundry service by adding a countertop to the washer and dryer next to it. If you have square feet, add an island to the laundry room to increase the workspace.
- Add built-in cabinets
For high-end custom cabinets in the commercial laundry service room, add kitchen cabinets around the washer and dryer. Choose inexpensive cabinets and upgrade them with contrasting wall colors or wallpapers. Remove the manufacturer-level hardware and replace the custom drawer with the drawer. The bar features a modern and versatile drawer pull that can be used as a towel or coat rack.
If your budget is limited, please visit the second-hand home in the restaurant supply store. Stainless steel workbenches and shelves will be a good idea for laundry and an alternative to built-in cabinets.
- Creative installation of the washing machine and tumble dryer
If there is not enough room to place the washer and dryer side by side, stack them vertically. It’s a great way to manage smaller spaces while having a functional laundry area. Another creative way to install washers and dryers is to install them on the floor. Upgrade the washer and dryer to make the back easier without having to bend over to load and unload the washers and dryers. Create a storage area in the space under the washer and dryer. Some washer and dryer manufacturers provide elevated storage units on the surface of the corresponding equipment.
- The idea of incorporating a large laundry room
Be sure to add dirty clothes sorting system to save time. As a general rule, you must have at least three dirty laundry baskets for white, light, colored or dark clothes. Answering everyone at home to sort dirty clothes in the proper bin can save time.
- Improve lighting
Laundry rooms usually occupy dark or windowless spaces. Good lighting is essential. The addition of cabinet lighting or large ceiling lights not only illuminates and expands the space, but good lighting helps you locate stains and stains on your laundry before washing. Better yet, add lighting combinations, including ceiling lights, chandeliers, and cabinet lights.
- Add hidden props
A retractable ironing board installed on a wall or cabinet is a good way to hide the clutter. Most models not only conceal the ironing board, but also have enough space to store it.
Wall dryers are another good choice for cooked foods such as underwear or air-dried sweaters.
In addition to painting, it adds a modern touch to your linen, adding a visual appeal to patterns and textures. Two good ways to achieve this goal are:
– Wallpaper. Choose bold, modern designs, waterproof and waterproof vinyl paper, easy to wipe
-Backsplash. Add a high-end backsplash to the laundry room. Some of the nicest backsplash tiles can be expensive, but the smaller washbasins do not require too many tiles.
Add a large number of shelves and pay attention to the distance, so that the door can close when the laundry is not in use.