What is the most forgotten room in the house when you think of decorating….the laundry room! It’s a room that only you and your family sees but if you have children then you spend a decent amount of time in there. Today I have put together 19 Inspirational Farmhouse Laundry Rooms for you to get ideas from and make your laundry room a nice room to spend time in.
It doesn’t matter how big or small your laundry room is. You can make high style in even the smallest of spaces. Below you will see Farmhouse Laundry Rooms both big and small, expensive and cheap, all across the board great ideas for you to incorporate into your space.
You want farmhouse style, lets look here….we have shiplap, painted wood furniture with a stained wood top, wire laundry baskets, open shelving and a stunning farmhouse light fixture. Not to mention a sweet plant, I think it’s a fiddle leaf fig. Sara from Twelve on Main has the most stunning farmhouse laundry room.
Laundry Sucks, well said Ashley! I love love love this room. These floors are my favorite of any room ever! I love the light wood color and of course, that sign! Thanks Cherished Bliss for the inspiration!
What is your favorite part of this room? Mine is hands down the Hey Good Lookin sign! I mean seriously who doesn’t need a little pick me up when you are churning through a weeks worth of laundry! Cindy at DIY Beautify knocked it out of the park here.
I love my fellow $100 Room Challengers! Katie at Houseful of Handmade created a colorful farmhouse laundry room. These cabinets are gorgeous! And those floors, she painted them….yes thats right, painted them! So cool. I think she did a great job.
I love the space Jami created over at An Oregon Cottage. The wainscoting is amazing! I also love the wood counter, I am in the market for creating a wood counter for a room in my house.
Suzy at Worthing Court Blog has a stunning farmhouse laundry room. I absolutely adore those curtains! And I love how she took that stripe and carried it through the room with the canisters on the shelf and the baskets on top of the cabinets. Nice job Suzy!
Jenn over at Loveland Lodge has my heart. We both have very similar laundry rooms, they are more like laundry closets! But small spaces can make a big impact and I think this laundry room is no exception. I love the fabric on the wall art and the colors she used.
Ashley at Domestic Imperfection was very unique with her farmhouse laundry. I love the way she covered the washer and dryer, it’s a great way to hide something that is potentially an eye sore. I also love the chicken wire she used in the cabinet doors. That was really cool!
Nicole at The Inspired Hive has a gorgeous laundry room. I could do laundry in here allll day long! The light fixture has all the farmhouse feels. So does the flooring, the laundry baskets, the shelves and decor. That is why I shared this photo, you can see the washer and dryer on the right of the photo, this is by far the best part of the laundry room.
Tiffany at Making the World Cuter has such a pretty laundry room. The hello sign really stands out. I have been hunting for these signs lately so maybe that’s why. The farmhouse decor is so pretty but I also love the laundry baskets!
Tracy over at Jersey Girl in the South (hey from one Jersey girl to another 👋 ) has a beautiful farmhouse laundry room. My favorite part, the sliding barn door! I am so in love with this door!!!!!! I also love the farmhouse decor on the walls.
There is so much I love about this laundry room but the best part in my opinion is the sink. The Mother/Daughter duo of Vicki and Kristen at Timeless Creations really did an amazing job on their project for the $100 Room Challenge. They wrapped this sink in wood! Those ugly utility sinks are really an eye sore but not this one! Other farmhouse touches are the shiplap, the metal light fixture, the vintage wood box and the farmhouse laundry sign.
I created a PDF on how to install shiplap inexpensively. If you are interested in downloading it you can click HERE and it will be sent to your inbox!
There are so many things I love about this farmhouse laundry room. Morgan at Charleston Crafted has created a beautiful and colorful space. That rug is so pretty and I love the string art work! The mint colored cabinetry is so pretty too! Well done Morgan!
Christina over at The Frugal Homemaker has created the best farmhouse laundry room sign I have ever seen, I especially love the self serve part! 😂
This is my friend Jennifer’s laundry room. She blogs over at Jenron Designs. This is actually the back side of her laundry room. If you were to turn around you would see her washer and dryer. This is my favorite part though, I love the rolling laundry cart, the stainless steel farmhouse sink and the lost socks art. So cool!!!!
My friend Erin over at Lemons, Lavender and Laundry created this laundry room for $85. Yes, that’s right….$85. Erin is the creator of the $100 Room Challenge and such an inspiration. I personally got directions on how to make this laundry room sign which I did for my own farmhouse laundry room. Erin also has those white wire shelves here which she created wood shelves to cover.
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This is a great example of creating a farmhouse laundry room on a budget. You can add stripes, a vintage wash board, a diy laundry sign and last but not least….some black brackets with white shelves. All great farmhouse accents.
Megan over at the Definery Co is another $100 Room Challenge participant. She has an amazing laundry room, it’s so big! My favorite thing she did here is the subway tile. Can you believe it’s actually wallpaper! I know…..mind blown right! You can get this at Target, it’s actually peel and stick wallpaper. So frickin cool!
This renovation is brand new! My friend Gabby over at Organized Squirrel just finished this and I for one am stunned at how it turned out. I LOVE the floor!!! This is a beautiful tile. And I really love the cabinet color too! Most people would have probably gone white but Gabby went with a beautiful green color. Way to go Gabby!!! I love it!
And last but not least is my laundry room! I created this farmhouse laundry room for the $100 Room Challenge last January. The biggest thing I did to add farmhouse appeal is adding shiplap. That also really brightened up the room. The decor pieces I chose also added that farmhouse style.