983 Appliances Laundry Room Design Photos

Josephine Design LLC
Josephine Design
Ideabooks26,036
Questions15
Touch up appliances. Years of use can create all sorts of stains and scratches on the once-pristine finish of your washer and dryer. If new appliances are not
a product designed for the task, like the Appliance Enamel paint from Rust-Oleum. You can also use appliance paint on worn-out finishes in the kitchen
things that makes life so much easier — plus, you can always take the appliances with you when you leave, or sell them. If there are no hookups, and you
out the hoses to help them work more efficiently, and perhaps even use appliance paint to touch up worn surfaces.
“set up” — gguardia3
mango design co
east 32nd ave
Ideabooks680
Questions0
Another way to hide appliances. By fold doors. Clean lines
Ability to hide appliances...Hide appliances...Hiding appliances...Hidden appliances
“Laundry in cuoboard” — tootawallin
Connie Young Design, a division of ce de ce inc.
5 Reviews
Modern Renovation
Ideabooks5,317
Questions5
The washer, dryer, folding table and ironing board are all Asko appliances. Great efficiency in this space. The corridor becomes the laundry room
These are all ASKO appliances and components
Asko appliances with folding table and iron
the use of recessed ironing board and folding shelf ....where are the appliances from, they look as if the would be ideal for a small space?
Keep appliances hiddenA sure way to make a space feel cleaner and more open is to keep materials continuous. While appliances are by no means clutter,
“nice org” — mer31edith
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DC Closet Storage & organization design and installation
Since 1983, Closet Factory has defined the art of organization by designing and installing the only truly customized closet and storage solutions in the industry.
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Inside Out Colour and Design
Californian Bungalow Makeover
Ideabooks2,429
Questions0
Like the raised appliances as they are back breaking to get to further down
Appliances in the laundry...Elevated appliances...raised level for appliances...Laundry appliance height...white appliances
“Washer” — bonniemillett
John Hannah Architectural Design & Rendering
Montreal Loft Renovation
Ideabooks3,596
Questions3
Build appliances into the wallThis is a genius way to subtly incorporate a washing machine and dryer into an unused space, especially if you don’t want
dedicate a whole room to laundry. The white, built-out wall makes the appliances almost disappear. It’s also a great spot for a feline forty winks!
“Washer/Dryer under stairs” — age97
K & K Custom Cabinets LLC
7 Reviews
Low Country
Ideabooks2,809
Questions2
laundry room. Like the idea of using fabric to conceal the appliances and I like the windows
use of laundry appliances with counter over top
good point...hide the appliances...Simple curtains to hide appliances
“Useful laundry room” — sguilfoile
Big Panda Design
215 Boul Saint-Laurent #32
Ideabooks1,100
Questions0
table, he came up with an idea to create one over the appliances.
plywood frame to create a 48-inch-deep counter space that would cover the appliances and provide a surface for folding clothes. He left some overhang to allow
Style of cabinet doors over appliances...Space optimization re appliances
“tucked in a cupboard” — monimauk
Art of Kitchens Pty Ltd
5 Reviews
Willoughby
Ideabooks6,264
Questions5
washing machine and dryer in your kitchen. You don’t want to have these appliances on show but they need to be easily accessed. Consider putting them in
will allow you to leave the cabinet doors open while you are using the appliances, and can be hidden away when you are finished. No one would even know
“Laundry” — Kat Petersen
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