A laundry room is often a luxury today, so if you don’t have any space for it, you are probably trying to hide the washing machine somewhere in your interior. Hiding a washing machine from sight can help to both keep your room elegant and keep the dream alive at least temporarily. You can always go with the easiest thing and hang curtains to hide your tech, cleaning supplies but make sure to choose the fabric that will fit in with your interior design and color scheme so that it wouldn’t ruin your serene atmosphere. Another cool idea is beautiful lattice doors custom-made to fit your vanity and take all the tech out of sight. Get more creative ideas below and don’t let your washing machine spoil the décor!
With a right door you can seamlessly hide a washing machine under a kitchen counter.
A narrow walk-in closet could fit both a washing machine and a dryer stacked on each other.
Hallway built-ins are perfect to put a dryer and a washer in.
A washer and a dryer on top of each other could be placed in a tall kitchen cabinet.
The best place for a washing machine on a kitchen is near a sink. It's easier to connect it to water there.
Hide your appliances in a bottom part of a display cabinet for plates.
A thoughtful cabinet could become a room divider and a laundry space in one. (post Architecture)
One large cabinet in a bathroom could fit a washer, a dryer and even hide some laundry bins.
Stacking a washing machine and a dryer is a great way to fit them in a narrow but tall cabinet.
A curtain can hide a washing machine if it doesn't fully fit a kitchen cabinet.
A washing machine could be hidden in a built-in closet right in a living room.
You can even imitate drawers with a right door.
Utilizing residual space under stair to oranize a laundry space is a great idea. You can also put a pet nook there.
A pantry cabinet is another place where you can hide your appliances in a kitchen.
With transparent doors you could make your appliances a part of decor.
Covered washers and dryers won't spoil farmhouse-style kitchen design.
Under the stairs is another place where you can hide a washing machine and laundry bins.
The first room that comes in mind when you want to hide a washer in is a bathroom.
Custom cabinets allow to hide both a washing machine and a dryer without losing any space. (Cue & Co of London)