Add yellow to a laundry room for a sunny and cheerful look. Light yellow works well with other citrus colors such as orange and bright green and evoke a clean, modern feeling.
Deeper tones of yellow such as ocher provide depth and style to a laundry room when combined with brown or wood tones. This is a great look for a more traditional home.
Red is a lively color that can add a sense of energy and zeal to a laundry room. Combine with black for a powerful visual effect.
Red when combined with black and aqua provides a classic, almost retro look. If four red walls are just too much in a small laundry space, consider painting just one wall red, or add red trim around the ceiling or floor.
No color capitalizes on the look of clean quite as much as blue. Varying shades of blue provide a cooling, calming effect while remaining crisp.
These qualities make blue a perfect choice for a laundry room. Combine sky blue with crisp white for the ultimate in fresh decor.
Avoid shades of blue that are too dark, as these will tend to reflect color back on clothing.
Grey or Taupe
Grey and taupe are classic, soothing colors that work well in just about any design, the laundry room being no exception. When combined with clean shades of white, grey and taupe are considered transitional colors, appropriate for modern as well as more traditional design.
Not only do these colors look great on walls, but they also complement various finishes on washers and dryers, such as stainless steel, black or white.