About the Project
Here’s a rare example of a laundry room that appears to have been designed by someone who has actually done many loads of laundry. In fairness, it’s definitely a larger-than-normal room, but it abounds with good looks and great ideas.
To create movement and an illusion of space, the waterproof wood-look porcelain floor tile was laid on the diagonal. Contemporary slab doors and drawers are painted “Classic Gray”. Polished white Caesarstone countertops against white backsplash tiles look clean and sanitary. The gleam of polished nickel is found in the hardware and faucet.
Double stacked washers and dryers may seem excessive at first, but if you’re a family with children, or homeowners in a resort area with frequent house guests, you know the ability to do double loads would be a welcome time-saver. A hanging rod allows for air drying of clothing items, while an under-counter niche houses rolling hamper baskets. And a sink is an absolute necessity for stain treatment or pre-soaking. There’s also plenty of closed storage for laundry and cleaning supplies, bulk paper goods, and utility items such as lightbulbs and batteries.
This is a hard-working room you’d be proud to show off.