No matter what size laundry room you are working with, a set of stacked washer dryers that maximizes vertical space and frees up floor space will help you to turn a small laundry closet into a high-functioning laundry station, optimize space in a small laundry room, or leave extra space in a spacious laundry room for extras like an ironing station, a laundry folding table, plenty of storage, or decor elements that will elevate the utilitarian room. Check out these cleverly designed laundry rooms in a range of sizes and styles that might inspire you to incorporate stacked washer dryers in your laundry room layout.
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Blogger and photographer Aniko Levai from Place of My Taste turned her small second floor laundry room into a functional and pretty space with freespirited boho chic style, thanks to peel and stick floral wallpaper, a black stacking washer and dryer set, custom built wood shelving with an integrated folding table, a built-in drying rod, a penny tile mosaic on the floor, and a macrame curtain on the top shelf to hide detergent and other unsightly laundry room essentials.Continue to 2 of 38 below.
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In this spacious laundry room from Sissy + Marley Interior Design, a stacking washer dryer combo saves space and blends in with the sleek built-in storage in pale gray and natural wood. The room has plenty of counter space for folding laundry, glass jars displaying laundry supplies, and under-counter LED lighting that gives the room a polished and pulled together feel.Continue to 3 of 38 below.
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In this laundry room from Gail Davis Designs, joyful multi-colored wallpaper with an abstract pattern steals the show and elevates the mood, while a pair of stacked washer dryers leaves space for a lucite chair that doubles as a place to store clean towels, or sit and admire the wallpaper while the dryer finishes its cycle.Continue to 4 of 38 below.
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Black and White
This laundry corner from Breeze Giannasio Interiors has a stacked washer dryer that makes the most of vertical space, creating a dedicated space for laundry that blends in seamlessly with the black, white, and silver palette carried throughout the room. A cute framed canine on the wall adds a touch of decor and gives the eye something to focus on other than the appliances.Continue to 5 of 38 below.
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Interior designer Meg Kelly of Clella Design converted an empty home garage in Nashville, TN into an en suite complete with a custom designed built-in closet and a playful laundry room that is decorated with colorful patterned wallpaper, large checkered curtains to conceal the contents of built-in storage cabinetry, decorative lighting, and framed art.Continue to 6 of 38 below.
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Interior designer Natalie Myers of Veneer Designs turned this long galley style laundry room into an alluring and functional space with moody wallpaper, geometric floor tiles, built-in storage, expansive countertops, a drying rod near the window, and a stacked washer dryer combo whose stainless steel surface blends in with the sober color scheme, and even reflects the wallpaper for a seamless and cohesive look and feel.Continue to 7 of 38 below.
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Shiplap walls, a farmhouse sink, open wood shelving, and bright white stacked washer dryers cased in wood paneling give this laundry room from Marie Flanigan Interiors a clean, homey modern farmhouse feel.Continue to 8 of 38 below.
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Interior designer Mary Jo Fiorella of Fiorella Design created a pretty, functional laundry room with built-in cabinetry in a fresh minty pastel green, contrasted with a dark gray stacked washer dryer combo, a dynamic gray-and-white geometric patterned tile backsplash, and bronze cabinet pulls, sink hardware and a brass drying rod to add warmth.Continue to 9 of 38 below.
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Blogger Gwen Hefner from The Makerista maximized vertical space in her laundry room with a stacking washer dryer combo and plenty of built-in storage that reaches all the way to the 10-foot ceilings. She decorated the laundry room with care and attention to detail, from the classic black-and-white diamond patterned tile flooring, to deep blue cabinetry, matte black hardware, charcoal quartz countertops, vintage-style lighting, and blue-and-white toile wallpaper on the walls, the inside of glass cabinets, the shelves above the sink, and wrapping the drum lampshade on the pendant light.Continue to 10 of 38 below.
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In this industrial chic NYC NoHo loft laundry room from Elizabeth Roberts Architects, a wall of built-in wood cabinetry adds warmth and hides the stacked washer dryer when not in use. A minimalist drying rod suspended from the ceiling looks at home in the airy industrial space with its generous volume and exposed pipes and adds a sense of theatricality to the utilitarian room.
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Behind the Barn Door
This clean and natural laundry closet from Leanne Ford Interiors features a stacked washer dryer combo, a small folding table, a natural woven basket hamper, taupe walls, and a sliding barn door painted in a fresh white that can hide it from view in an instant.Continue to 12 of 38 below.
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Hide and Seek
Sydney, Australia-based interior designer Joanne Yeomans of Issy & H Creative utilized the space under the stairs to create a custom-built laundry space that can be folded away behind doors when not in use. Behind one door is a laundry sink, built-in shelving, and a pretty tile backsplash.Continue to 13 of 38 below.
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Under the Stairs
The stacked white washer dryer combo is hidden behind another door in this clever under-stairs laundry room from Sydney, Australia-based interior designer Joanne Yeomans of Issy & H Creative.Continue to 14 of 38 below.
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This laundry closet tucked behind a door along a wall of closed pantry storage in a spacious kitchen from Marie Flanigan Interiors features a stacked washer dryer combo, built-in shelving, and a drying rod.Continue to 15 of 38 below.
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This laundry closet from Yellow Brick Home is graced with a window providing plenty of natural light. A stacked washer and dryer leave space for built-in storage and a butcher block countertop for folding clothes, cloth hampers line the opposite wall, and black-and-white ostrich patterned wallpaper adds a whimsical touch.Continue to 16 of 38 below.
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Shou Sugi Ban
This laundry closet from Mindy Gayer Design Co. is installed in an open pass through space, with stacked washer dryers, built-in storage, and a handsome Shou Sugi Ban barn door to hide it from view when not in use.Continue to 17 of 38 below.
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Blogger Ursula Carmona for Home Made By Carmona gave her long and narrow laundry room a glow up with matte white Shaker-style cabinetry that runs up to the ceiling, glossy black stacked appliances, and blingy gold accents on cabinet pulls, plumbing fixtures, and a contemporary pendant light that turned the compact space into a chic, functional room with a touch of glam.Continue to 18 of 38 below.
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This laundry closet from RailiCA Design has stacked white appliances, built-in wood shelving, and a sliding pocket door that makes it all disappear when the laundry's done.Continue to 19 of 38 below.
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Black and Blue
This laundry room from Michelle Berwick Design has stacked black-and-white appliances fitted into royal blue painted cabinetry, with patterned tile floors, gold-toned hardware, and a drying rod hung high in front of the window.Continue to 20 of 38 below.
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This laundry closet from Yellow Brick Home is located off the primary bedroom, and designed to flow seamlessly with the rest of the space. Hardwood flooring and the bedroom's black-and-white palette was carried through to the laundry closet, with built-in storage, butcher block countertops, and gold-toned hardware.Continue to 21 of 38 below.
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The stacked washer dryer in this laundry room from RailiCA Design practically disappear thanks to a moody wash of deep matte forest green paint. Pale wood countertops, a farmhouse sink, and bronze-toned hardware adds a touch of light and warmth.Continue to 22 of 38 below.
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Folding pistachio green mirrored doors hide the stacked washer dryer in this functional and stylish laundry closet from London-based Emilie Fournet Interiors.Continue to 23 of 38 below.
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Stacking the washer dryer in this compact laundry room from Mindy Gayer Design Co. leaves room for a built-in folding area and plenty of open and closed storage painted in a fresh powder blue.Continue to 24 of 38 below.
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A stacked washer dryer is neatly tucked into the hallway of a 1900s farmhouse from Michelle Berwick Design to add modern convenience to the home without changing the original footprint.Continue to 25 of 38 below.
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Blogger Amy Gerber from Brown Eyes Plus Blue created a U-shaped laundry room with a stacked washer dryer on one side, leaving the far wall of windows to flood the space with natural light. L-shaped butcher block countertops and plenty of built-in storage, as well as room for wheeled under-counter hampers maximize functionality, while the white and wood space creates a fresh and timeless feel.Continue to 26 of 38 below.
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This neutral-toned laundry room from Breeze Giannasio Interiors has a mix of tiles, marble countertops, built-in cabinetry, a drying rod, and a stacked washer dryer that saves space and keeps the room feeling light and airy.Continue to 27 of 38 below.
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In this mud room and laundry room combo from Michelle Berwick Design, custom cabinetry takes advantage of vertical space, a stacked washer and dryer at the far end leaves room for extra storage and a long bench, and recessed lighting keeps the long, narrow, windowless multifunctional space well lit.Continue to 28 of 38 below.
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Blogger Laura Gummerman from A Beautiful Mess realized that the laundry closet in her 60s ranch house was too small for modern supersized washer/dryers and didn't want to have to go out to the semi-attached garage every time she wanted to do laundry. So she built a simple freestanding laundry cabinet for indoor stacked washer dryer units to hide them when not in use. She installed a door with hardware modeled on the type of oven door that opens and folds back into the oven and out of the way, making it more functional to use.Continue to 29 of 38 below.
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Behind the Curtain
The stacked washer dryer in this laundry cubby from Kate Marker Interiors is hidden behind a heavy tasseled pale gray curtain that conceals it from view when not in use. An adjacent door is painted in a pretty pale shade of pink that gives the eye something to focus on when the curtain is pulled back.Continue to 30 of 38 below.
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Custom fluted floor-to-ceiling cabinetry painted in a dark smoky matte blue, graphic wallpaper, earthy tile, bronze hardware, a spacious quartz countertop, an extra-long drying rod, and a stacked washer dryer make this laundry room from Michelle Berwick Design stylish and functional.Continue to 31 of 38 below.
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In this spacious family laundry room from Kellie Burke Interiors, a pair of stacked washer dryers is built into the wall, maximizing vertical space, and leaving room for a deep farmhouse-style sink, and a large central island that acts as a folding station for all those loads of laundry.Continue to 32 of 38 below.
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In this laundry room from Kate Marker Interiors, custom wood cabinetry and paneling helps to conceal the stacked washer and dryer tucked into the corner of the light and airy space. The wood is complemented with fresh white walls and black accents on the windows and countertop that add a graphic note.Continue to 33 of 38 below.
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Interior designer Amy Leferink of Interior Impressions installed a stacked washer dryer combo to the side of the open door to this compact laundry room, leaving space for a wall of built-in upper and lower cabinetry, a generous countertop, a laundry room sink, and a patterned tile backsplash lit up with under counter LED lighting in bright, cool white to illuminate the workspace.Continue to 34 of 38 below.
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In this black and blue laundry room from Marie Flanigan Interiors, double stacked washer dryers, a deep sink, spacious countertop, and plenty of storage are built along a single wall to keep floor space clear and keep the room practical and user-friendly.Continue to 35 of 38 below.
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Going vertical is an easy way to maximize every square inch of a small laundry room. In this compact space from Jessica Welling Interiors, blue-green paint, waterproof luxury vinyl flooring, Ikea shelving, wall-mounted brackets to store the ironing board, and metal pull-out basket drawers with chalkboard labeling creates a practical small space laundry room that's easy on the eyes and the budget.Continue to 36 of 38 below.
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This petite and polished laundry room from Beth Haley Design has taupe walls, white cabinetry and stacked appliances, and silver accents, plus a collection of vases filled with fresh-picked flowers to add some elegance where it is least expected.Continue to 37 of 38 below.
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Stacked washer dryers that maximize vertical space are the perfect solution for a small laundry closet, leaving crucial floor space for hampers, drying racks, storage, and maneuvering around inside. This clean, practical laundry closet is all business, with no fuss white and silver appliances that blend in perfectly with the bright and modern space.Continue to 38 of 38 below.
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This functional stacked laundry closet from Hungerford Interior Design is hidden behind pale wood doors, but the lighthearted black-and-white dog-themed wallpaper adds a graphic note and an unexpected surprise every time you open the door.