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Reader Comments (21)

I wouldn't mind doing laundry in a few of those lovely laundry rooms :) How pleasantly unexpected was that chandelier?!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRoxy

Love the chandelier too... I really admire these beautiful and well kept laundry rooms. It will be nice to have a space like that... to make laundry enjoyable!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAndrea

i'm with the first (2) commenters in that i love the chandelier (and the daisy globe light from fallscountry,) but is that a wine fridge from cammy hamster? i love when people have their priorities in order when it comes to laundry. well done.

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered Commenterkim

May as well have a pleasant place to do laundry- these rooms fit the bill beautifully!
I look forward to have a laundry room. Our semi-manual washing machine is in the kitchen by the front door, and on wheels. There are several steps to doing a load, and it's not a very pleasant task.

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered Commenterstyle odyssey

I'd kill for a window in my laundry room. Thanks for the inspiration today....and the reminder of what I have to do!

I have complete laundry room jealousy! I love all the different styles you've presented, well done!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMB

Oh! I want a fantastic laundry room! Those are great.

The one in my apartment right now is so tiny and awkward that the washer & dryer can't sit next to each other & only ONE of their doors can be open at a time. Oh, Holland!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered Commentersarah b.

I love the black and white laundry room and the room with the laundry painted on the wall, so cute!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterPatty

Love these! I can't wait till the last thing I have to worry about decorating is my laundry room!

I live in an apartment building in NYC...where I share a laundry room with every other family in my building...I dream of the day when I have my own personal laundry room...I could look at pics like this all day...thanks for the inspiration.

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSoul Pretty

Gorgeous - I wonder why laundry rooms seem to be such a common theme in the blogosphere lately? It is to my advantage, though - as I am currently focusing on the design of the laundry room in my new house - love some of these examples!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterThings That inspire

awesome finds...and doing laundry as i type this. heehee :) Thank you for posting!!!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered Commenterm

what a great web-space you have here........so inspiring..........thank you for having all these great links.....and ideas!!

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered Commenteranne marie

Thanks for featuring my laundry rooms! I am partial to the one in our new home (with the chandelier) but now that I see the shot of our old laundry room, I miss it! This was a great walk down memory lane...

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSaucy

I came to your blog today through Green Wedding shoes, its fantastic!

Never would have thought to decorate my laundry room! Now I'm going to let my inspiration flow and see if I get more laundry done afterwards .

21 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJasper

Some nice ideas here! You see that a laundry room can be very nice to work in, if you organise well and sometimes we have to decorate it with a few things!

22 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGreet

Oh for a laundry room. I live in a very small Paris apartment and my tiny washer is behind a cabinet door in my kitchen. I can only get a third of what I used to put in my big American washer and I have no dryer. I have to hang everything to dry on a little rack. American homes are usually huge compared to European homes. My kitchen is smaller than most of the laundry rooms you show.

22 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterLinda

I love the wine fridge too. Cammy Hamster is my kinda grrrl. While I don't have space for a wine fridge in my laundry room (although I am blessed insofar as it is on the second floor of my house, with a window) I am inspired to put a special treat in there just for me. It is funny, but in some ways my currently dreary laundry room is another example of moms putting everyone else first. Now though.... A chandelier? Yes! Music? Yes! Pretty things? Yes, yes, yes!

And, even though I won't have a Cammy special in my space, it doesn't mean I can't still enjoy my favourite sipping red while I work! Although, part of me mourns the fact that if I spruce it up it will then be another room I have to keep clean.

22 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterOttawa alternagrrrl

I can't believe people can have soft drinks and pictures on the wall in their laundries!

23 Mar 2010 | Unregistered CommenterNatalie

I can't wrap my head around why someone would have 3 laundry machines? What is the third one for?

24 Mar 2010 | Unregistered Commenterolivia

I LOVE this post. Rarely do we get to see well-designed laundry rooms in design magazines. Or pantries, closets or other private areas. Something to consider as content for this GREAT blog.

2 Apr 2010 | Unregistered CommenterScott

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