Give you a smooth countertop to work on. An inch deep or larger drop-in bowl is perfect to soak. Two bonus functional laundry room options are picking the double sink or an out-spout faucet..

Be sure to think about the frequency you’ll be using your bathroom sink, and then choose the correct size. It is also important to think about durability. The stainless steel versions are sturdy, but it is very expensive, as they are often sold for upwards of $500. Although polypropylene can be inexpensive but it’s susceptible to cracking, staining melt (above 325 F) and reaction with chemical. Consider drainage. Although it is an utility sink, it could clog your system by storing dirt as well as other materials that are heavy. Set up a filter that will catch dirt and other solids at the drain’s upper level. Finally, put the sink near the washer. This will ensure that getting clothes from the sink to the washing machine is not as much of an effort.

2. Splash Zone

Similar to the kitchen, you can install backsplashes between your washer, dryer as well as your countertops, to guard your wall from water splashes. It is also possible to add visual appeal to the laundry area in order to differentiate it in a crowd. It is possible to make an impact by lifting the backsplash towards the ceiling. Also, you can have the laundry room decorated with a mix of light or white colors to create a calm, peaceful look. There are many choices for backsplashes and tiles that you can use in your laundry area in order to enhance its utility. Include some photo frames when you’re done to avoid being too utilitarian.

3. Storage Space

The storage space is among the greatest features to have in an laundry room. It is possible to use shelves, cabinets or vertical closets depending on how much space available. The upper floating cabinets are suitable for bleach and laundry detergent pods. Cabinets of high-quality can be designed for both style and purpose. How about