107,895 laundry room with bathroom Home Design Photos

the gudhouse company
3 Reviews
Hall bath and laundry
Ideabooks11,479
Questions7
Vertical mosaic tile emulates a waterfall is a playful way to add some style. The laundry room sits behind the bathroom and is connected via pocket door to hide as needed. (Seth Benn Photography)
What paint color is the walls for laundry area?
Bathroom wall tiles-where can you buy these?
What are the total dimensions of this combo room?
Is there a pic of the rest of the bathroom?
this photo makes it hard to determine. Both the bathroom and the laundry room are about 5'6" deep and 8' wide. They are separated by a 30" pocket door. The bathroom includes a 5' tub, 36" vanity, and toilet (both on opposite wall). The laundry room contains the stacked W/D and a 24" sink base. On
Great question and hard to capture in the picture. The bathroom area is about 6' deep and 8' wide. The tub (shown) and a small alcove make up the right side. On the left (behind the camera) is the toilet, which is against the laundry room wall, and a sink in a 36" vanity. Hope this helps!
“Salle de lavage intégrée à la salle de bain” — geturcotte
Dana Perez
Dana Perez: Mid2Mod in-law house
Ideabooks2,219
Questions2
little one-bedroom unit with a kitchen, a full bathroom with a walk-in shower and plenty of space for her collection of midcentury pieces. Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: Dana McGill-Perez Location: Fort Worth, Texas Size: 676 square feet; 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom Cost:
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 600 sq feet.
Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: Dana McGill-Perez Location: Fort Worth, Texas Size: 676 square feet; 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom Cost: About $65,000, including basic construction, plumbing, electrical, HVAC and interior fixtures and furnishings
slab and a detached carport with a two-room workshop where the suite would fit perfectly. McGill-Perez sat down with a piece of graph paper, a ruler and a pencil and went to work on a redesign, turning the existing footprint into the kitchen, laundry room and bathroom and building out for additional living
“shed looks as nice as homes!” — bonitahs
Martin Holub Architects & Planners
lake drive house addition
Ideabooks100
Questions1
This small addition, designed by Martin Holub, comprises a laundry room, a bathroom, a hot tub, and a lounge area. The angle of the roof and the windows creates a jewel-like design.
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XTC Design Incorporated
5 Reviews
armadale project - basement bathroom/laundry room
Ideabooks395
Questions0
armadale project - basement bathroom/laundry room
laundry and bath - louvre doors in laundry room
washer & dryer in a bathroom
Great way to do laundry! Convenient!! :)
bathroom with laundry
Integrated laundry / bathroom
Laundry room/bathroom combo
Bathroom and laundry
bathroom washer dryer
laundry room in bathroom!
COMBO ROOM...Bathroom & laundry...laundry seperate...Laundry in bathroom...Multipurpose room...Laundry Room...Bathroom laundry...Combo laundry bath...bathroom decor...laundry in bath 2...laundry in bathroom...white bathroom
“Laundry room/bathroom combo” — cmvr
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Laundry Room
Ideabooks37,888
Questions17
I have washer and dryer off the kitchen family room and looking for noise reduction and a neater appearance.
I have washer and dryer off the kitchen family room and looking for noise reduction and a neater appearance
right stage of construction, suggest you put the water pipe turn off/on valves/connectors to the side of the washer or if possible, under the laundry room or bathroom sink. Then you can connect/disconnect hoses without pulling washer out. Also take less depth. For dryer, same comment as other, if you
I have a main floor laundry and in my experience, front load washers are very noisy and vibrate on a regular main floor and not on a cement floor. This would probably reduce
home. Pulling out the washer was no problem. The dryer was another story. Trying to keep the hose vent line up and not crushed or blocked with no room to work was difficult. Seems if you could vent on the side would be easier to access if needed. Having the nice counter with nothing dropping behind
“scullery” — izelle1975
KARLA TRINCANELLO-CID - INTERIOR DECISIONS, INC.
13 Reviews
Karla Trincanello, NJ CID, ASID Allied
Ideabooks13,347
Questions6
Master Bathroom renovation. For convenience we also reversed a closet from behind the bathroom to make the existing linen closet deeper and accomodate a stackable washer/dryer. Paint color: B. Moore # HC30 Philadelphia cream Photo credit: Peter Rymwid
I need to put a washer/dryer in my closet because I have trouble with steps. Can you tell me the width of this closet. I would not have room for the shelves but love the idea. Thanks Carla
My bathroom is small and would not be able to put in the shelves. So my guess is at least having the openiing 30 inches. I will only have room for the washer/dryer combo. But love the shelves idea. Thanks for the help.
Could you post the layout for this room?
Put a laundry machine in upstairs bath
“organization” — amytn05
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks7,454
Questions12
Love your renovation...Would you have any other pictures of the laundry room?
Thanks. I am sorry but I don't have any photos of the bathroom available to post. There was really not much to it besides what you see in the photo. The floor plan should help you understand the space. The aesthetic
enclosed laundry room in functional basement
Basement: painted floor, rubber stair covering, ikea laundry cabinets
homes have incorporated their sports equipment into their décor. What’s more, they become an instant conversation piece as soon as people walk into the room!
and play off it," he says.Laundry room cabinets: Ikea
2. Contemporary Meets the Dark SideArchitect Ryan Duebber transformed this formerly cramped and wet basement into a favorite gathering and entertaining space. The renovations gave the owners a den, laundry room, bathroom with steam shower and a
“ceiling, light” — debgirdwood
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Writers' cottage
Ideabooks361
Questions1
I have a top loader washing machine, have you got any pictures of laundry rooms with top loader washing machines?
and dryer in bathroom to save space
dog bathing area in laundry room.
Moving washer into bathroom; extension of bathroom
Love the dog bath and sink in the laundry room
its a laundry room thats also a bathroom I think its a great idea to save space
laundry room combined with bath and sink?
Stacking the laundry machines. Hmm I wonder if we could make it work. (George had this idea first)
“dog bath” — mmbyers25
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