on the walls, which the homeowner wanted to preserve and show off. Open shelving with exposed brackets created the overall industrial look, while the walnut cabinetry and honed limestone countertop created warmth in the space.
This happy client now has a more functional room than originally thought
wall color, cabnets - shelves -- baskets
Concrete walls. Low cost easy to clean maintain. Drawbacks: darker than painting white.
like the concrete walls here + using something like a granite for the countertop.
on the walls, which the homeowner wanted to preserve and show off. Open shelving with exposed brackets reinforced the overall industrial look, while the walnut cabinetry and honed limestone countertop introduced warmth to the space.
This happy client has now added more functions to this room than originally
on the walls is a concrete finish applied to the cinder block (in a plaster like fashion) and was original to the home. I am assuming this, but it looks like it was left to cure in it's natural state and was neither stained nor painted.
As an alternative, I would suggest looking into Ralph Lauren Paints
remove wall in hall could put w/d next to garage wall and cabinetry with closet along outside wall.
window wall and I am planning on stacking them as shown in your photo to gain the counter space and storage. In moving them I'm praying I can extend all lines(gas and washer hoses, etc.) to stack them exactly where these are without moving any plumbing and gas line. Our sink is to the right of the window
outter wall which these clearly are not.
to the wall. And yes, in the northeast it is very important to not take the easiest route for water lines but to keep them away from the walls and insulate as much as possible.
outside walls- in the northeast- we try to avoid water lines in outside walls. I am not sure what part of the country you live in. Good luck with your renovation!
Catherine M Knight, AIA