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Placing your laundry center in the kitchen maximizes efficiency.
Placing your laundry center in the kitchen makes it simple to do a quick load of wash while preparing a meal or cleaning up.
Blend your laundry area with your kitchen by hiding it behind a set of doors. Here, even when the doors are open, the clean white washer and dryer set matches the color scheme of the kitchen.
When designing your kitchen, leaving space for a laundry can prove to be a practical decision. The washer and dryer in this kitchen sit just below the countertop, behind a set of cabinet drawers. When closed, no one will even know that the appliances are there. The countertop is ideal for folding or sorting laundry fresh out of the dryer.
Make the most of countertop space above the laundry center for folding laundry or storing detergent. Keep countertop clutter to a minimum.
Placing your laundry area near French doors allows for pretty views while separating and folding.
Sliding doors are an excellent way to hide a laundry center in the kitchen. This kitchen boasts doors that match the woodwork found throughout the room. Extra space is added with a countertop above the duo, and an extra shelf for storing detergent and other laundry necessities.
Placing your laundry center close to the sink makes it easy to get out tough stains, while ample countertop space proves ideal for sorting or folding laundry. This washer and dryer sit out of the way to leave walkways open.
Fit your laundry machines into a nook to keep them out of the way. Here, the appliances are stacked to take up the least amount of space. Countertops next to the units--when not needed for food prep--can be used to fold laundry
This washer and dryer set sits behind a frosted-glass door. Next to it, laundry storage space hides behind another frosted door.
In this kitchen, a pull-down door allows you to quickly hide the utilitarian laundry space when company comes. Placing the machines on the ground leaves space on top for storing laundry or detergent.