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15 DIY Laundry Room Remodeling Ideas
By Brad Wancour | November 24, 2021
We spend so much of our time washing, drying and folding, yet most homeowners wouldn’t say they love spending time in the laundry room. Upgrading this space to be more functional and visually-appealing is simpler than you might think.
We’ve pulled together a few DIY laundry room storage and décor ideas to make this daily task feel less like a chore.
How Much Does a Full Laundry Room Remodel Cost? You could get your laundry room professionally renovated if you have the budget, but it’s not cheap. A laundry room remodel costs anywhere between $1,300 and $12,000, depending on what you want done. For example, adding 5 feet of cabinets costs about $400, up to $2,000 for custom cabinet installation. Installing a basic utility sink costs about $560, with a high-end basin costing around $1,000. But let’s face it, unless your laundry room is uninhabitable, your home improvement budget will probably be better spent elsewhere. Consider the smaller laundry room ideas below for DIY-friendly solutions that cost a few hundred dollars or less.
15 DIY Laundry Room Projects for a Functional Space Instead of taking on the cost and effort of a full utility room remodel, let’s talk about some do-it-yourself projects that can add functionality without breaking your budget.
1. Improve Your Laundry Room's Storage with a Pegboard One easy project to add storage to your laundry room is to put up a pegboard on an empty wall. Get your broom and mop out of the corner and hang them up alongside smaller items like dusters, lint rollers, brushes and dustpans. You can even hang small baskets or boxes for your dryer sheets, detergent pods and other larger laundry supplies. The great thing about a pegboard is that you can freely move anything around, so you can try out different arrangements as much as you want. You can even add hooks to hang clothes up to dry if you need.
2. Elevate Your Washer and Dryer with DIY Pedestals Tired of bending over to fill your front-load machines? Get them up on a pedestal to make swapping out clothes easier. You don’t have to pay a lot for ones that match your machines. Instead, make your own to fit your unique needs. There are a lot of free plans online that you can use to get started. Just be sure the pedestal is level and adequately supported so your machines don’t come crashing down. Leave the front of the pedestal open if you need additional storage in a small laundry room. And while you’re moving your machines, take a moment to look them over. Replacing a worn-out washer or dryer could potentially give you more resale value than a full laundry room remodel.
3. Get a Rolling Cart to Store Supplies Between the Washer and Dryer
Space out your machines and add a narrow cart between them. This is a great place to keep detergent, dryer sheets and other supplies if you’re limited on storage space. Plus, how many times have you dropped a sock between your washer and dryer and decided that it wasn’t worth the effort to dig it out? Now if something drops down that gap, just roll out your cart, reach in and get it.