How to Create the Ultimate Laundry Room How to Create the Ultimate Laundry Room

How to Create the Ultimate Laundry Room

Monday, February 4, 2019

When selling your home and trying to impress potential buyers, there are several features and upgrades you can make, such as remodeling the kitchen, improving the landscaping, updating all home appliances, etc. But one area of the home that is often overlooked is the laundry room. If designed correctly, this is one room in the home that can make the difference between your Miami property or the one down the street.

Here are a few ways to create the ultimate laundry room that potential buyers will love.

1. Include Lots of Storage

Ample storage is a large selling point for many potential home buyers, particularly in the laundry room. If space allows, install a few cupboards and drawers in the room for laundry basics such as soap, extra towels, and bed linens. If you have limited space in your laundry, try to take advantage of all areas such as unused corners and the ceiling. Install corner shelves, racks from the ceiling, and more. Be creative when it comes to your storage.

2. Install a Long Shelf or Table

A folding table is an excellent addition to any laundry room. This not only makes this task — which is a dreaded chore for many — much easier, but it helps create a very cohesive look in the room. If you have a long wall or extra space in the room, consider installing a built-in shelf or countertops. Or, if you have a front-loading washer and dryer, place the table over these appliances to save a little room.

3. Keep the Area Bright

While many individuals already dread doing the laundry each day, don’t make it even harder by creating a dark and dreary laundry room. Keep the area bright with large, open windows and simple window treatments. Paint the wall neutral and very light colors and feel free to decorate with fun, colorful rugs and wall art.

4. Don’t Clutter the Room

It can be easy to turn the laundry room into a type of storage room, but this will not impress potential buyers. You want to eliminate all unnecessary clutter from the room and make it not only appear large and organized, but welcoming as well. Don’t stack items in corners or on shelves and avoid filling the cupboards and drawers with unnecessary items.

If you are ready to put your Miami home on the market or are looking for more home-staging and selling advice, contact Miami real estate agent Carla Oliva at Global Life Realty today.

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