Top Paint Colors for Your Laundry Room

Top Paint Colors for Your Laundry Room


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New paint colors can take your laundry room from drab to fab. Create a fresh, clean space you won’t mind spending time in with these on-trend laundry room paint colors.

Lights & Darks
Mix and match these versatile laundry room paint colors for a variety of looks -- just remember to consider your lighting. If your space lacks natural lighting, opt for colors with high light reflectance value (LRV). A color’s LRV measures the amount of visible and usable light that reflects from (or absorbs into) a painted surface. Simply put, LRV measures the percentage of light a paint color reflects. Learn more about that here.

We’ve Done The Dirty Work For You!
Whether your utility room is small or spacious, these clean hues work together to complement a variety of laundry room styles. Painting a laundry room is an easy weekend project with lots of wow-factor. We’ve sorted through the best of the best for an on-trend paint palette that will get you on your way to a lovely laundry room!


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What it is: Cape Hope (0496)
Why it works: This clean, cool blue gives an updated spin on a more traditional sky blue. With just a hint of green, it freshens any space -- perfect for a laundry room.
Mix it up: Give your laundry room dimension and depth with wainscoting! Add wainscoting to the bottom half of your room, and paint it a cool off-white like White Kitten (0022). Then, use Cape Hope to add color to the top half the room for an updated, preppy beach feel.
What it is: Sawgrass Cottage (0399)
Why it works: This hard-working hue is light enough to brighten your space, but bold enough to bring life to a dull or dated laundry room.
Mix it up: Finish the look by giving the rest of your laundry room a facelift, too. This contemporary color pops against deep espresso cabinets and bright white trim.
What it is: Buffed Plum (1317)
Why it works: Gray is gorgeous no matter the hue, but we’re partial to this chic color that has just a hint of purple.
Mix it up: Since this mid-range shade is a bit darker, opt for crisp white cabinetry and appliances for a chic-look that may just actually make you want to do a load of laundry!


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What it is: Luna Moon (0017)
Why it works: This delicate off-white creates a dreamy vibe. It’s light and bright, making it a stellar choice for small spaces or dimly-lit basement laundry rooms..
Mix it up: Whites aren’t wishy-washy! Painting your laundry room a clean neutral allows you to stick with neutrals or accentuate with color in creative ways -- think fun fabrics for curtains or pretty, patterned rugs!
What it is: Cape Cod Bay (0633)
Why it works: Navy is trending! We love this deep, muted shade that almost has a slate-gray tint..
Mix it up: Use as an accent wall behind your washer and dryer for a room that wows! For the rest of the walls, go up a few shades and paint your walls Star Mist (0630) or Polished Cotton (0629). This will give you a classic monochromatic take that echoes trendy ombre and graduated-gradient looks.