Converting a Laundry Room
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Designing a laundry room is one of the simpler DIY projects you may tackle. The laundry room consists of the basics, a washer and dryer, but they also can contain a sink and faucet. They may also have shelves and cabinets for storing cleaning supplies and detergents for easy access. Shelving is great to have while folding and organizing laundry. Laundry room’s can be designed with any themes or color palette’s or be done uniquely. Kingston’s wall mount faucets are great to pair with laundry sinks and come in a variety of finishes to pair with your appliances and design.
Choose Your Style
With a wide range of style options from farmhouse, rustic, coastal to industrial and modern. The most telling accents of these styles can be seen in the décor and colors chosen. Also, Kingston’s faucets come in modern and tradition styles to help narrow down the distinct look you are trying to achieve. The different finishes can assist in creating your dream laundry room, chrome, brass, matte black and bronze are offered from Kingston.
A farmhouse style uses wood accents as décor, shelving and cabinetry. There are hints of exposed metals and greenery to balance out the rustic design. Whereas an industrial or modern look is very simple with sleek lines and black, white or gray tones. Simplistic metal shelving and minimal décor options can be seen. Coastal décor can be achieved through light wood shelving and blue or green tones.
Consider a Unique Accent
A statement color found across interior designs is green. Whether the shade is light or dark or with a hint of blue, using green as a statement color has been on trend over the last couple of years. Now, choosing green as a statement color is completely up to personal preference but it does create a calming effect. Other colors such as black, gray, blues or pastels can make beautiful statement colors for your laundry room. Different tones and shades can add a unique accent to your laundry room. A statement color can be used on the walls or as a contrast wall or can be painted on the cabinets.
Another unique accent is the backsplash chosen for the laundry room. Most often, subway tiling is used in laundry rooms because of it’s simple but a classic look that will have a life long design. White washed brick or subway tiling pairs well with a numerous flooring options and is versatile over different design styles from farmhouse to modern.
One of the more crucial designs in converting a laundry room is having convenient access to cleaners while conveying your personality and style without being disorganized or cluttered. This is where shelving comes in to be of convenience. Shelves can hold necessities while also displaying décor and is out of the way by being on up high on the wall. Sinks and faucets are great for the laundry room if something needs hand washing, clothes need to be rung out or if hands need washing. Kingston has wall mount sinks and faucets in several styles and finishes to coincide with your laundry room’s theme
Converting your laundry room into a custom and unique design does not have to be a complex project on your laundry list. Narrowing down your style and finding decor to design the room with can help to set a vision for your DIY. Visit Kingston for wall mount and sinks to add to your laundry room.