HGTV Dream Home 2009: Laundry Room Pictures

The small, light-filled laundry room from HGTV Dream Home 2009 serves as command central with enough storage and counter space to double as a home office.

  • Whistle While You Work

    \"All the storage makes it a dream laundry room,\" says interior designer Linda Woodrum, when describing the industrial-chic space on the second floor. \"A couple of people remarked it was their favorite room in the house.\" Why not? With wall-to-wall storage options, sunlight streaming in from a pretty picture window and abundant counter space, the tight and cozy corner seems to be the perfect place to slip away and concentrate on important projects.

  • Command Central

    The laundry room, which boasts a clean bagel-and-white color palette, serves both as a functioning wash center and makeshift office, stocked with desk supplies and a French bulletin board. \"It really is the perfect family communication center,\" adds Linda. \"Everything is here and easily accessible.\"

  • Style on the Desktop

    A woven-leather sorter keeps important papers organized and close at hand. It's paired with a matching letter tray with pencil cup and a desktop file.

  • Meet the Press

    The office area converts easily to an ironing center. A cabinet-mounted ironing board folds up and recesses under the counter when not in use.

  • Now You See It, Now You Don't

    To create a clean uncluttered laundry space, hampers are stored in narrow pull-out drawers.

  • Stash It High

    Handsome wall-top cabinetry with frosted glass doors extends the length of each wall.

  • Stain Treatment Station

    The single-bowl farmhouse sink, paired with a Victorian two handle faucet, blends seamlessly into the white Silestone countertop.

  • Fire It Up

    A digital touchpad control panel allows the homeowner to regulate both water temperature and flow.

  • The Heat Is On

    A Rinnai tankless water heater, which requires no floor space, is cleverly concealed behind cabinetry. The unit heats water only when it's needed, which means a never-ending supply of hot water and a major savings on energy bills.

  • Closed Quarters

    A clear glass door provides privacy and also lets light filter through into the hallway.

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