Laundry cabinets

Organize your laundry room with stylish and functional laundry cabinets. Discover top ideas to maximize storage and create an efficient and beautiful space for your laundry needs.

Sure, there’s a lot to be said for minimalist decor—but there are places where blank walls just don’t work. One of those is a laundry room. When Ten V (Delish & Decor) and her family moved into their home, for instance, the laundry room was pretty much empty. “When we moved in, we just quickly got a wall organizer to hang all the cleaning tools and a cheap shelf for detergents and fabric softener for our laundry room,” she says.

Megan Wells

*This post is in partnership with KraftMaid, but all thoughts, opinions, and selections are my own. The cabinets are up, and it’s really starting to feel like a proper laundry room! You can catch up here and here. It may be looking like even more than a laundry room, which is what we need and was the intention from the beginning. From clothes cleaning to dog feeding and grooming, pool supplies to brooms and vacuums, we are asking a lot of this space, and cabinetry can help us maximize the…

Kelly Dennis
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Let’s talk laundry rooms for a minute. MINE. WAS. TERRIBLE. It lacked character, not functional, & just not me at all! So what did I do about that? We took everything out and started with a blank slate. Don’t you just love starting with an empty room, or is that just me?! The possibilities are…

Melissa Poole
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Most laundry rooms are tucked away in basements or mudrooms toward the back of the home, but in Juliana Cordi’s 900-square-foot townhome, the laundry was located in an unusual spot: between her primary bedroom and her bathroom. That was perfect for quickly adding clothes and towels to the washing machine, but not perfect for hiding unsightly stacks of laundry, her mop, her vacuum, and other wash room essentials.

Jamie Fisher