I recently joked on Instagram (here) that I’m not sure when my laundry room lusting first began, but I’m fairly confident that it marked my official foray into adulthood. Although I can’t exactly remember a time when I didn’t drool over a beautifully designed laundry room, it’s only since we purchased our first home (and have one of our own to speak of) that the obsession really and truly began. Ours is currently located in our unfinished basement and, while we’re still a little ways away from pulling the trigger on our own laundry reno, I secretly can’t wait for the transformation. And with National Laundry Day coming up on April 15th, it only seemed fitting to chat about said space today.
When it comes to laundry room design, however, I’ve noticed a significant shift as of late. These days, they’re very rarely an after thought. Both form and function are married now more than ever to create a space that not only acts as your home’s workhorse, but looks damn good while doing so. Whether you’re incorporating GE’s stunning new designer line of washer and dryers in diamond grey, a deep and delicious farmhouse sink, or the most glorious tile that you’ve ever set your sights on, it’s a no holds barred space and I’m all for it. Following is how I’d design the laundry room of my dreams, if (and slash or when) given the opportunity.
And while I still may be a little ways away from the laundry room of my dreams, I’m really excited to be able to give you the opportunity to get a little closer to yours. I’ve teamed up with GE to give away a diamond grey washer and dryer from their new Designer Line (as seen above). They marry both form and function in the very best of ways, paying homage to the classic top load machines, which are making a huge come back (and for good reason). Simply follow the steps to enter below:
PS: Check out my laundry room pinspiration here. That whole board makes me embarrassingly happy
Open to Canadian readers. Giveaway open until April 16th at 11:59 pm EST. A giveaway winner will be drawn at random using the rafflecopter widget and e-mailed privately. A big thank you to GE for sponsoring this post.
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