Not too many people think of laundry room decor because it is more of a utility room that when you spend much time in. After you install the washing machine and dryer, the laundry room decor focuses more on storage and utility rather than design.
Think about the different chores you do in this room besides washing and drying your clothes: washing delicate items in the sink, hanging clothes up to air dry, folding to put away in drawers and ironing before hanging on hangers. Different types of laundry room decor can help.
When it comes to utility, laundry room decor should consist of flat surfaces to fold clothes on and perhaps a pull out ironing board to get rid of wrinkles in a blouses, pants and dresses. You also need decor that offers plenty of storage for detergents, fabric softener, bleach and stain treatments as well as the iron itself and extra hangers.
Many people also store household tools such as a broom and mop in a closet or cabinet that is part of the laundry room decor.
If you want to make your experience doing laundry more pleasant, you can accessorize the room with laundry room decor whose only purpose is creating a look. Wicker baskets for carrying laundry, clothespins and other items are popular choices. Other options for laundry room decor include old time wash signs or advertisements, lost sock hooks and decals of bubble or clotheslines on the wall.