A combined laundry and bathroom

Hi there! Today I went searching for a laundry and bathroom combination. If you’re stuck for space, or just want to use your wet areas more efficiently, then doing this combo is a winner. You can easily combine the two spaces without much trouble. There are lots of ideas on Pinterest too.

Check out these ideas…

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Definitely a space saver here. I like that the shower has the feature tile and the washing machine tucks in nicely. This may not work for a huge family though, but is great for a small space.

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Put the washer/dryer behind closed doors so you don’t even know they are in there. This is a much nicer and streamlined look.

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Under the bench is a good idea because then you still have plenty of folding space on top. This would be a cheap option too as there’s no custom cabinetry, just the bench on some brackets.

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This is the one I did on The Block. It’s just before you walk into the main bathroom. Still love it!

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All as one. The sink and washing area is seamless.

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Another great small space idea. The colours are great too!

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What do you think? Have you already got a laundry/bathroom combo?

♥ KC.

8 comments

  • Chantal Buttini

    Got 3!!!! 5 years ago when we renovated I decided that each bathroom was to have a laundry inc. We have a split level home with lots of stairs so I refused to carry washing up and down. Each level looks after themselves. Best decision ever! Would never go back to the old way!

    • Tanya

      Am I correct assuming you live in the northern hemisphere and rely on a dryer? I would love to have my laundry in the spacious upstairs bathroom but I can’t see lugging wet washing down stairs as an option.

  • Kerry

    Am looking at building a new house in Wahgunyah, not far from you Katrina, and am considering a Wal in butlers pantry with the front loader and sink in there. Are Darby and Joan now, so usually only do two or three loads a week now. What do u think?

  • Caroline

    These look great but I’ve been told that a laundry sink is also required. I can’t see these in your photos. A bathroom basin and kitchen sink are not allowed in place of the laundry sink. How do you get around this?

  • Linda

    Hi I was wondering the same thing we are building new and although our bathroom laundry combo has been certified our plumber has told us we still need a laundry sink otherwise we will not get a occupation certificate there is no space to allow for this in the design so what can we do?

  • Eleni

    Great ideas!!!
    This is what they do in Europe.
    Love all the options!

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  • x0xdieselx0x

    DM Stan, roughly how much more would I need to allow for taps and powerpoints? I’m trying to keep my laundry in a small bathroom to 6m deep behind doors running opposite the vanity, loo and shower run on the opposite side? Unrealistic?

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