54 bathroom staging tips Laundry Room Design Photos

Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Mudroom
Ideabooks12,779
Questions9
Thanks much ;) I'll do that, thanks for the tip.
The furniture shown for this project was supplied by a 'staging' company that brings in furniture and accessories to make the house look lived in while it is being shown for sale
Thankfully, those are the easiest thing in the space to switch out. They were put in by a staging company during the sale of the house by the developer. I'm sure those are back in the warehouse where they belong ; )
“Hook area” — dajo35
Castle Building & Remodeling
7 Reviews
Contemporary House Remodel and Addition
Ideabooks12,484
Questions15
I would really like to do a DIY of this project. I have a similar closet in my laundry room right now and am hoping I can just extend the plumbing and create a mudroom area where the washer and dryer are currently. Do you have any tips?
I have a similar application to do in a hopeful remodel and need to put a stackable in a closet by the bathroom also...
Frankly this was a complicated project that would be tough to correctly as a DIY project. Tips 1) Make sure your washer dryer fits through the door 2) think about combustion exhaust - check codes 3) think about access to the rear of the units
“laundry” — lukietaybrooke
Lucy Interior Design
10 Reviews
Cheery Laundry Room
Ideabooks61,582
Questions7
Thank you for the wonderful tip, it is very important to clean out your lint screens! Cheers, Lucy Interior Design
this activity is a minefield of unforeseen distractions. You'll probably need time to hunt down your rarely used battery charger to check levels.Expert tip: Keep your to-do list close by so that you can jot down all the items that will need attention at a later time.
11. Contractor Tips: Wise Advice for Laundry Room DesignWhile laundry rooms used to be seen only in basements, they're now found on virtually any floor of new houses —
“Color and hanging” — uofil
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Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Laundry Room
Ideabooks38,565
Questions18
considerable space to the back. If you have space and are at the right stage of construction, suggest you put the water pipe turn off/on valves/connectors to the side of the washer or if possible, under the laundry room or bathroom sink. Then you can connect/disconnect hoses without pulling washer out
“cupboards in utility room” — andidaly
Jaque Bethke for PURE Design Environments Inc.
9 Reviews
Sophisticated Lake Front
Ideabooks2,891
Questions3
stackable units, sink, looks like the cabinetry may hold a few tip out laundry hampers, do NOT like the dark colors!
right in the bathroom, I'd maybe add a plywood shelf for the dryer
Laundry Bathroom Cool Tile
Mirror, looks like a bathroom
stacking laundry /bathroom
combine bathroom and laundry
“Backsplash” — jjhasvision
Haefele Design
3 Reviews
Marina Del Rey
Ideabooks6,432
Questions10
Tip: Install double wall sockets above countertops for clear task lighting. My rule of thumb is to install one fixture every 6 feet. Also want shut-off valve
Good idea for lighting laundry room and bathroom
Ample lighting will help you see and fight stains better. Use a mixture of task lighting installed under your cabinetry and ambient ceiling lighting. Tip: Install double wall sockets above countertops for clear task lighting. My rule of thumb is to install one fixture every 6 feet.
“Look of laundry” — simonvigar
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
laundry room
Ideabooks30,064
Questions8
My loft bathroom has 18 ft ceilings, and I'm hoping to create a pulley system to hold laundry for washing and also another one for drying racks. I'd love more information
Do you have any photos or drawings of a pulley system - My loft bathroom has 18 ft ceilings, and I'm hoping to create a pulley system to hold laundry for washing and also another one for drying racks. I'd love more information if you have any!!!
cupboards. Installing drying rods above your sink or countertop and leaving enough room at the back for hangers can help double up on available room, too.Tip: If you'd rather not cramp your walls, consider using your ceiling to hold a drying rack. A pulley system can keep it neatly out of sight when it's
“dry racks.” — evelyneve
Kelley & Company Home
the unadorned laundry room
Ideabooks12,780
Questions10
Tip: Feeling blocked? Create a clean slate before trying to envision your room. "This laundry room was so boring that I had to pull everything out of it in order to visualize what it could be," Motschenbacher explains
sink - possibly in bathroom
“rustic base” — dickgillet
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