The junction of the kitchen with laundry is no longer restricted only to small apartments. Today, it is possible to find in several residences since you gain more space and natural light in those rooms that need greater ventilation and illumination.
The most commonly used option to limit these two environments is to install a partition. There are several possibilities to make this delimitation as masonry, glass panel, sliding door, curtain, screen, leaked elements or even a tailored joinery.
As the service area is usually of a reduced size, try to optimize the space with cabinets under the tank to store the cleaning utensils, and over the roof, the traditional folding clothesline. If this place is very restricted, the ideal is to use hooks on the wall to hang utensils such as ironing board, clothesline, broom, squeegee, cloths, etc.
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If the washer does not support a tank and a washing machine, give preference to the machine and install a faucet on top so that it has an improvised tank. It is practical and efficient.
60 kitchens with laundry facilities for inspiration
Check out in our special gallery below 60 creative suggestions on how to integrate these two environments and find the inspiration you need here:
Picture 1 - Gain more space and more natural light in this practice junction.
Picture 2 - If you do not want to lose the natural lighting coming from the laundry, you can insert a curtain roller, gaining versatility when needed.
Picture 3 - Kitchen and integrated service area is no longer an option for small apartments.
Picture 4 - For a good cost benefit replace the door with a linen curtain.
Picture 5 - To differentiate the two environments the proposal was to use different finishes in the joinery.
Picture 6 - For a modern result, get inspired in this environment.
Picture 7 - The sliding door can hide the domestic items, giving the option of forming a clean and modern space.
Picture 8 - Without partition the integration was made with the same finish of joinery in the two areas.
Picture 9 - Camufle this corner with a sliding door of the same finish of the rest of decoration.
Image 10 - Leave the service area well ventilated without the need for fixed doors.
Picture 11 - The sliding door is a great solution for the laundry as it does not separate completely from the kitchen and can hide the service area.
Image 12 - For the small area try to prioritize light colors in any environment.
Picture 13 - For small spaces use an equal door of kitchen furniture to hide the laundry.
As the column is structural, the solution is to use a conventional glass door.
Picture 15 - For those who only intend to create a separation between the stove and the tank, the output can be a fixed glass panel with vinyl adhesive.
Image 16 - To avoid leaving the laundry room, use sheets of glass with mirrored finish, they disguise and decorate the environment.
Image 17 - Leaked elements, such as cobogos, can bring functionality and beauty to this integration.
Picture 18 - Use a wooden panel to hide the part of the laundry and still leave the place well decorated.
Picture 19 - Frosted glass is a good option to hide clothing from the clothesline and continue to bring natural lighting to the kitchen.
Image 20 - Separating and integrating with flexibility!
Picture 21 - The classic door to divide the environments never goes out of fashion!
Image 22 - To leave the modern environment use the glass in its simplest form!
Picture 23 - Kitchen and integrated service area with ample space.
Picture 24 - Wide and elegant service area!
Picture 25 - With the leaves of the door running to the side of the refrigerator, a large corridor forms up to the service area.
Picture 26 - Kitchen with simple laundry: frosted glass leaves the integration light and with some privacy!
Image 27 - A sliding doors is the best option to integrate these two spaces.
Figure 28 - Hide the washing machine forming a single workbench.
Picture 29 - To amplitude the kitchen create a single granite countertop where the elements are embedded.
Picture 30 - For a clean service area try to hide the equipment in the cabinets, the clothesline also follows the same finish in the joinery.
Picture 31 - It is possible to make a hidden service area as if it were a closet.
Image 32 - The spontaneous integration occurs with the use of the same color in the counters for the two areas.
Picture 33 - For kitchen type corridor one must avoid creating a division since it leaves the space even smaller. To avoid this, try integrating leaving it open and with the same style.
Picture 34 - The cobogos leave any charming room!
Picture 35 - The wood-clad partition makes the look of the kitchen more elegant!
Image 36 - The famous hatch door can be an option for those who want a small gap of visibility and illumination.
Image 37 - With the translucent panel the integration of these two environments happens in a discreet way, following the same line of decoration of the kitchen.
Picture 38 - The traditional aluminum door can bring more privacy to these two environments.
Image 39 - Kitchens and laundry have only to gain, united forming a multipurpose environment.
Image 40 - The integration happens with the benches on opposite sides and to occupy less space, the clothes line should be suspended in the ceiling.
Image 41 - Another option to separate the two environments is with a wall up to the height of the bench and follow with a glass panel up to the beam.
Picture 42 - For those who have small kitchens must use equipment in its smaller version!
Image 43 - As the top is open the same woodworking is used in both environments.
Picture 44 - For those who have a small space, the idea is to use a cooktop to gain space for a washing machine.
Picture 45 - The kitchen receives a wooden panel where it hides a part of the service area
Image 46 - If the environments are together, keep the same style for both spaces.
Picture 47 - To decorate the masonry that separates these two environments, mount a beautiful vertical garden!
Picture 48 - For those who have little space, should optimize each m2 to the maximum, the service area is hidden forming a beautiful panel for the dining room and kitchen.
Picture 49 - Modern and sophisticated!
Picture 50 - For a clean look predominate in white!
Image 51 - Hiding the service area with sliding doors.
Picture 52 - With the absence of the service area, plan a kitchen with a space for machine, the models with front opening occupy less space.
Picture 53 - To leave the harmonic integration the cabinets of the kitchen and the service area must follow the same style.
Image 54 - The traditional door is one of the options to separate the environments.
Picture 55 - To completely separate the spaces, the cool thing is to make a glass door, so that the result is clean and blocks the passage of food to the clean clothes.
Picture 56 - They let light and ventilation pass through and at the same time partially block the view of the service area.
Picture 57 - In this service area took advantage to use all the nooks!
Image 58 - Hide the washing machine and get a great workbench.
Image 59 - Want an original style? Use the famous metal partitions giving a young and cool look!
Image 60 - The joinery can gain a special highlight, generating two environments integrated with each other, with the use of cheerful and relaxed colors.