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4 Ways to Upgrade Your Laundry Room

by Product Specialist

4 Ways to Upgrade Your Laundry Room

If you are tired of the way your laundry room looks, it may be time for a little upgrade! You already spend a good portion of your life, loading and unloading your laundry appliances, why not make the experience a little more pleasant? It doesn’t take much to upgrade your laundry room, so with a little T.L.C., you can make a significant difference. Get creative with your laundry room to make a workspace that you enjoy being in.

1. Get bins, cabinets, and other kinds of storage

Storage will be one of your best friends when upgrading your laundry room. With bins and other forms of storage, organizing detergent, dryer sheets, bleach, hangers, and more will be easier and less overwhelming to look at. Also, adding shelves helps to maximize your space and accommodate your needs. Not to mention, putting in a table makes a great folding station so you don’t need to transfer the warms clothes from the dryer to a far location.

2. Brighten it up with paint

Your folding area should be one that is anything but stressful. One way to make it a soothing place is by painting it a color you enjoy. Find a color pallet that brightens up your day when you see it and paint it up! You can also find other ways to add a splash of color through the use of wallpaper. Whatever you do, make it something you will be happy seeing often!

3. Add personality

Finding creative ways to make your laundry room exciting may sound difficult, but it’s actually rather easy. Think of it like any other room with a theme and just go for it. Dump your detergent, change, broken buttons, and other knick-knacks in their own separate mason jars. Use curtains to conceal your laundry pair, add cute signs, or even put a framed photo in there. Whatever you do, make it a room that makes you happy to be in.

Upgrading your laundry room doesn’t take much – just some motivation and a few tools to get the job done. After purchasing your next GE washer and dryer, how will you fix up yours?