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Laundry day is the inevitable weekly chore we're consistently putting off—until, that is, we run out of clean socks. Like any dreaded task, it's about finding the little things that make getting the job done more pleasant (and which might even motivate you to do it in the first place). Here are seven fresh decor ideas that'll brighten up your laundry room.
Decor, meet efficiency. Hang a fun patterned ironing board on the wall as if it was a piece of art—plus, if you don't already own an ironing board, now's the time to buy one.
Time is one of the top reasons we put off doing laundry. But what if there was a machine that finished a load quickly and efficiently? For that, we give you the ultimate laundry room duo: LG's and machines, which will finish your laundry in record time so that you can get back to doing the things you actually enjoy.
Ditch the bags and boxes of detergent pods and powders for clear candy jars. These sleek containers will create a calm and organized feel, while bringing an elevated visual aesthetic to the room. (Just ensure they're far out of reach from children.)
Swap out your old plastic laundry basket for a woven double hamper. Not only does this look pretty, but it comes in handy when sorting delicates from cotton or colors from whites. Need to run two loads at once? Simply transfer one larger load to your LG and the other smaller load to the .
Adding fresh flowers to the room is another foolproof way to bring calming colors and scents into the room. Not a plant parent? Opt for convincing faux flowers, and a floral candle or oil diffuser.
Mix patterns with textures by adding a natural woven carpet over a bold patterned tile floor. This will lend visual weight to the space and create a warm, comfortable surface for your feet and knees while sorting through clothes.
Invest in some new extra long, extra fluffy towels. Chose one neutral color like white or beige and mix them with a light pastel (we love these green ones, pictured). Sort various sizes together directly on shelves or metal baskets for an organized stack.