193 Extend Laundry Room Design Photos

Closets to Go
Laundry Room Ideas
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love the hidden hanging rack and ironing board. Looks like the racks even extend out.
Laundry- extended ironing board
“ironing clothes” — ren28
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Eclectic Laundry Room
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Possibly extend this from the sink and counter?
Counter over washer/dryer extending to the sink area
“Mud room” — tons
Crystal Cabinets
11 Reviews
Custom Laundry
Ideabooks879
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I LIKE TO HAVE SOMETHING LIKE THIS EXTENDED SHELF FOR FOLDING, SINCE I DO NOT HAVE ISLAND IN LAUNDRY.
Folding table. We have an IKEA counter-top extender. Wonder if that could be incorporated to allow a temporary folding "station"
“example of a sturdy & firm pull-out shelf” — margietyler
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
Linden Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks209
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can you please help. how exactly did you bring the gype board up to the extended window jams? did you use a metal finishing end on the gype board or did
on proud jambs as casing trim: "Here's some more specific information: We extend the jambs 3/4" past the Sheetrock and use tear away to tape around them
“closet 25 " too thick??” — ckdegenhardt
Simple Solutions Renovations
interiors
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floor to the top of the countertop. The kicker on the sink cabinet has been extend higher to offset the difference.
Extended toe kick
“Ideas” — bonpinto
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Velux
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I like how the counter top extends over the washer and dryer.
Extend laundry room
“Sun tunnel” — memorr
Bryce and Doyle Craftsmanship
11 Reviews
White and Walnut
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Laundry room with custom counter extending over washer and dryer
Cranbury Design Center LLC
7 Reviews
Cranbury Design Center
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of the space, which originally contained a “mullion style” window that extended below the kitchen sink. We also “opened up” the space by eliminating the
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