If there’s one thing that can make stepping into the laundry room better, it’s being greeted by a lovely paint color to make the act of doing laundry – enjoyable (if that’s even possible).
The right paint color can alter the look and feel of a space, but it can also affect your overall mood! When it comes to your laundry room design, it’s important to find a color that you’re drawn to and won’t get tired of seeing. In 2022, it’s common for homeowners and designers to experiment with fun colors in the laundry room. So, while you may be scared of painting your primary bedroom the moody green you love, it might be a good opportunity to use that color in your laundry room!
Whether your style leans towards rich colors or calming neutrals, we’re sharing laundry room paint colors to love in 2022 that might make doing laundry your new favorite chore.
We love this aged blue-grey cabinet color found at the #bloomingtonbuild. This moody hue can read more grey, blue, or even green depending on the light. We paired it against a soft white interior wall color and this Rebecca Attwood wallpaper that’s reminiscent of a horizon landscape.
This paint color is a stony blue with hints of silver, making it one of our favorites to use in charming spaces like the laundry room. It’s a classic paint color that works with traditional or modern decor and creates calming and tranquil spaces.
In a world of white paint colors, this specific shade is a soft gray color that reads white in rooms where white paint colors just don’t look right! If you’re looking for a more muted shade with slightly feminine undertones, Classic Gray is the perfect color for you.
Chantilly Lace is our classic go-to white that elicits images of fresh cotton and pure silk! This white paint color is clean, crisp, and airy. It’s super versatile in that it coordinates beautifully with almost any paint color.
Adagio is a versatile gray paint color with subtle mid-tone features and a touch of blue in its undertone. We chose this specific shade for our #lakerileyrebuild project because it tied in all of the coastal elements of this charming lakeside home.
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