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1,162 Bedroom-Furniture-s Laundry Room Design Photos
Bay - 1940's Bungalow
This house looks very much to me like one of the 1940s bungalows in Chantilly a neighborhood in Charlotte, NC. Is it? I am looking for a designer for that neighborhood so if it is I would love more information! Thanks!
Bay - 1940's Bungalow
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
Richard D Vincent Photography
Back Hall Conversion to Laundry Room - Beverly,MA
The house was originally built in early 1900's with this space being used as a back hall entrance. With minimal lighting, a carpeted floor and with nothing but a shelf and coat hooks, this was a catch-all for what-not’s and a lack luster use of space. The goal was to take this space and turn into usable
Henarise Pty Ltd
Houzz Tour: Pushing the Boundaries in a Historic Sydney Cottage
Here’s another nifty storage idea. In Australia homeowners are required to have a sink next to their laundry machines. In the Adderleys’ 4- by 2-foot space, this presented a challenge.
Here’s another nifty storage idea. Australian homeowners are required to have a sink next to their washing machines
Laundry Room Remodel, Wellington, OH #1
This laundry room was updated using Custom Wood Products cabinets In Oak, Cambria Canterbury countertops, Blanco Diamond Granite Sink and Duraceramic Rapolano Desert Chimney flooring.
Laundry Room New Construction, Medina, OH #1 ~ Medallion
In this new construction home, we worked with the builder to provide cabinets and countertop materials. The cabinets installed in the laundry room are Medallion Silverline Liberty Door, Maple Wood ½ overlay with Wheat Stain accented with Open Arched Pull in Chrome. A laminate countertop with self-edge was installed on the countertop.
Jake Klassen's Kitchen Gallery
Modern Laundry Room
This laundry room is 84"s x 66"s
DJ's Home Improvements
Modern Contemporary Basement Design Build Remodel
dj’s home improvements
Kristi Spouse Interiors
Seattle Box Style
We designed this home from the ground up to mirror a classic Seattle style of home from the 1920's. Called a Seattle Box or Four Square, it was a popular shingled design that arose as a reaction to the fussy exteriors of the Victorian era homes. With simple lines, the home has great street appeal with
Nature’s gift. This green, striped wallpaper combines two calming hues that bring the outside in. For laundries with a view of trees or gardens through large windows like these, green can be a great choice to bring the room to life.