304 8 Laundry Room Design Photos

PBH Construction
10 Reviews
Page House
Ideabooks10,178
Questions8
Thank you for the positive feedback. This room is roughly 8'x8'
The area in this photograph is roughly 8' square, plus another 4' for a 3' wide door with 6 inches on either side.
This room is roughly 8'x8'
Roughly 8' x 8'
“Laundry room with freezer” — dtd410
Beau-Port Kitchens
In Frame Shaker Kitchen in Green Blue & Wimborne White
Ideabooks9,746
Questions10
8. Contact friends, family and neighbors who may be able to help. During a long renovation, there may be times when you need to lean on others — for a place
8. Contact friends, family and neighbours who may be able to help During a long renovation, there may be times when you need to lean on others; for a place
“Laundry” — noeleen87
Choice Wood Company
Rustic Jewel
Ideabooks6,519
Questions6
This room is 8'-8" wide and 13'-7" deep.
PRO Choice Wood Company This room is 8'-8" wide and 13'-7" deep.
8.8 x 13.7
“Love” — isagg
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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Kristi Spouse Interiors
8 Reviews
The Gambrel Roof Home
Ideabooks46,310
Questions21
stacking dishes and cookware, durable vitreous china construction, pre-drilled faucet holes on 8" centers for a dramatic wall-mounted sink faucet and an integral front apron. High splash back Faucet holes on 8" centers for wall mounted sink faucet 3-1/2" outlet for standard kitchen sink strainer drain
Sizes: -26 1/2" wide -17 1/2" front to back -8" deep Here's a link w/ more info: ... :) Rhoda
This room is approx. 9' long by 8' wide.
I believe this room was about 8x9
This room is approx. 9' long by 8' wide. AND units on both side, so that might be possible in my laundry room. The doors were Simpson Doors - Primed Flat Panel Door
“Pocket door” — bjsccj
Polsky Perlstein Architects
1 Review
Urbane shingle style Residence
Ideabooks16,686
Questions7
I know the width is 8'6" but I couldn't find the depth referenced. This is a beautiful space. Thank you.
The room is about 8'-6" wide, this allowed for 2' cabinetry on the right, 3' depth full size washer and dryer on the left and sufficient aisle space in the middle. Laundry
ideal width 8'6...8'6" wide
“Shelving above wash and dry units, Counter space for folding, sink placement.” — fmerry
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
21 Reviews
Mudroom
Ideabooks12,924
Questions9
The width of the room is 7'-10", and the depth, which is not fully visible is 13'-8". The built-in is ±19" deep and 5'-6" in length. Note how close the washer/dryer is to the window. It might be better to have the room a few inches wider
looks like it would fit the rectangular space I have The width of the room is 7'-10", and the depth, which is not fully visible is 13'-8". The built-in is ±19" deep. Note how
“cabinet color” — gdolso
KannCept Design, Inc.
8 Reviews
Mudroom
Ideabooks6,708
Questions9
cavity for wrapping paper. 8' x 5'
made by our cabinet maker. The right in the photo has an extra deep cavity at the bottom for rolls of wrapping paper. I believe the overall dimension is 8 ft. x 5 ft.
Extra deep cavity for wrapping paper. 8' x 5'
a school project or prepare a package for the mail on your way out the door. Having everything in one spot will make multitasking much easier. More: 8 Ways to Keep Winter Gear From Mucking Up an Entryway
“Great look” — lassalcc
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks14,278
Questions7
I really love the tile floor. Who makes the the antique Italian tiles? Are they 8 x 8 hexagons?
8. Storm windows and doors. These are costlier than some of the other items on this list but could make the most difference. According to the Environmental
8. Storm windows and doors. These are costlier than some of the other items on this list but could make the most difference. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, adding a storm window to an older window that has been weatherstripped provides the same or better energy savings as a new dual-pane
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