Whether your laundry room is small or large, the solution is the same: a series of curtains that can be opened and closed according to the needs of the task. In the laundry room, these are very practical as they don’t allow air-circulation or moisture to get into the room. To make them functional, you can choose the color carefully. A black and white combo suits the room beautifully.
However, choosing the color of the laundry curtains can be a little risky since you’ll most likely have to match the color of the rest of the décor to the rest of the room. It’s better to make a list of laundry curtains before you make a decision. This way you can have a few pairs and then try to find ones that suit the rest of the room.
Even though personally we prefer navy or gray as an color, there’s also a chance that your laundry room could look good in a different shade. For example, a very common combination when it comes to laundry curtains is between black and white.
However, regardless of the color you choose, the shape of the curtains is another aspect to take into consideration. Curtains that have straight lines and that expose the frame and that completely cover the windows are very common.
However, ribbons are a much simpler option. They can be easily replaced with straight lines and only restricted to the length of the curtain.
Another possibility is to have a striped laundry curtain. The stripes are probably the best option in this case. The contrast will allow the room to feel warm and inviting, even sunny and balmy.
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