265 Rear Exterior Laundry Room Design Photos

Renovations Forcha
12 Reviews
Coderre
Ideabooks30
Questions0
pocket door and pattern to use for all of the doors in the house. This is the current pattern of our rear exterior door.
“floor” — cdavis105
REFINED LLC
8 Reviews
Lakeside Living
Ideabooks2,688
Questions1
24 inches (61 centimeters) high; and bar height, with seats about 28 inches (71 centimeters) high. Laundry and Creativity Room The countertop on the rear wall is about 6 inches higher to accommodate taller machines.
counter height, with seats about 24 inches (61 centimeters) high; and bar height, with seats about 28 inches (71 centimeters) high. The countertop on the rear wall is about 6 inches higher to accommodate taller machines.
counter height, with seats about 24 inches (61 centimeters) high; and bar height, with seats about 28 inches (71 centimeters) high. The countertop on the rear wall is about 6 inches higher to accommodate taller machines.
“Cubbies sized for laundry baskets.” — karenwilson1001
Tarallo Kitchen and Bath, Inc.
1 Review
Pound Ridge, Laundry Room
Ideabooks110K
Questions26
washer/dryer in against exterior wal of passthrough area. It's narrow and needs to accomodate a wheelchair passing through after appliance installation so depth is crucial and measurement needs to include plumbing space behind appliances. Thank you!! Back wall is exterior
One of the best ways to do under-cabinet lighting is to use LED light strips. These are thin strips that get mounted to the bottom, rear-bottom, or front-bottom of the wall cabinets that can give off excellent and even lighting along the wall and countertops. They can last for tens of
“Stacked washer and dryer” — lisamc2
MainStreet Design Build
21 Reviews
Birmingham mud/laundry room, MI
Ideabooks64,308
Questions33
through a formal space. The homeowners wanted to connect the kitchen and garage through an informal area, which resulted in building an addition off the rear of the garage. This new space integrated a laundry room, mudroom and informal entry into the re-designed kitchen. Additionally, 25” was taken out
layout and traffic pattern in the kitchen. By creating a large furniture style island to comfortably seat 3, possibilities were opened elsewhere on exterior walls. A spacious hearth was created to incorporate a 48” commercial range in the existing nook area. The space gained from the dining room allowed
Yes, there is a window directly across from the built in and a french door right where the picture was taken from. If you look at the attached exterior picture you will see the windows on the addition. This homeowner chose not to do window coverings in this area as it faces a private area of the back
“Would love to have at the back door entrance” — faith35
jodi foster design + planning
3 Reviews
Waterfront Estate
Ideabooks29,780
Questions19
How are the electrical, water, and wastewater hookups made? There doesn't appear to be any access to the rear of the units. Also, how difficult is it to install and remove the units? I can't see any places to get a good hand hold on them to pull them out.
interior/ exterior connections
Door to Exterior? - Maybe?
“Laundry room” — missym707
HELMAN SECHRIST Architecture
Ranch 1
Ideabooks645
Questions1
rear entry...Rear foyer
“Office within the utility room” — lilitasam
MainStreet Design Build
21 Reviews
Beverly Hills Kitchen, Nook, Mud Room, Laundry Room & Garage Addition
Ideabooks993
Questions2
22, 2013, MainStreet Design Build began a 6-month construction project that ended November 1, 2013 with a beautiful 655 square foot addition off the rear of this client's home. The addition included this gorgeous custom kitchen, a large mudroom with a locker for everyone in the house, a brand new laundry
Interior door with glass if there is exterior lighting. Floor tile size
“Cabinets. I like” — scotthardin
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2012 Fall Parade Of Homes
Ideabooks23,553
Questions15
Yes the cabinets on the right do act as lockers with hooks on the exterior and the interior. They are approximately 8 feet by 20".
This could influence the entryway to our house, being laced into the rear extension, rather than one open-plan space.
“smaller scale-less open area-but like benches” — shiloh55
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