IKEA is a go-to source for many home improvement and home decorating ideas. Here we’ll share tips and ideas on how to use IKEA products, which may not necessarily be made for laundry, to make a laundry room look great.
Mix and match IKEA storage systems
Open shelving for laundry rooms
Set a laundry zone in the bathroom
If you don’t have a dedicated room for laundry, section out an area in your bathroom for this purpose. Install shelving systems like the IKEA JONAXEL or BOAXEL to create storage solutions for your laundry station. Then close up the area with bi-fold doors or curtains.
Use different textures and colors
Mable chose the winning combination of matte white and wood texture in her laundry room makeover. These are custom Semihandmade door fronts added on IKEA SEKTION cabinets. The combination of two different materials elevates this room from a regular laundry set up to gorgeous.
Raise the washer-dryer
Chris made this
Use open and closed storage
It’s a small laundry room, but that doesn’t stop
Turn a balcony into a laundry station
In small apartments, every little bit of space counts. And if you’re looking to fit in a small laundry area, I recommend the balcony (if you have one). It’s a great spot for laundry as it already gets lots of light! You can easily customise the BOAXEL shelving system for a small laundry space. Navigate to the
Install a farmhouse kitchen sink
A sink is always a good idea for hand washing delicates, spot cleaning and just simply cleaning your hands after messing with chemicals. Mary’s laundry room is made with IKEA SEKTION cabinets with door and drawer fronts from Semihandmade. Unfortunately, she did not divulge the source for the gorgeous sink but I
Add bamboo laundry storage
Looking at Rifaat’s photo, the
Add a pegboard for laundry essentials
Add the IKEA SKÅDIS pegboard to the wall for frequently reached items. With the many shelves, hooks and holders, the SKÅDIS is very versatile and can be easily tailored to your laundry needs.
Organize on walls
Use wall space for hooks and hang up your drying racks, ironing board and more. If there isn’t an empty wall, the back of a door is prime real estate for some storage organization.
Sort your laundry in a dozen ways
Andi and Laura take their laundry sorting very seriously. They stacked three TROFAST storage units, labelled the bins and turned them into a sorting station. They explained they sometimes have a lot of laundry with 3 children at home and a number of pets. With a large sorting area, the laundry room always looks neat, even if they don’t run the washer for a week.
For the less ambitious, the SORTERA bins are also fantastic
If you have an IKEA hack in your laundry room,