178 copper screens Laundry Room Design Photos

Designs by Dawn at the Lake Street Design Studio
8 Reviews
Refined Rustic
Dawn" on the right side of the home screen. There is a portfolio section you can click on and this project is featured near the bottom. There is a copper colored KitchenAid mixer in the picture. If you click that, you can see the rest of the home.
It is a copper apron front sink with flower and leaf
The sink, wall above the windows and the copper vase/pitcher
“Cabinets” — clhooten1
Joseph Paul Homes
2 Reviews
The Sterling
It was a Marazzi tile that is 12x24. It is called Copper Tone. However I believe it is discontinued, my client bought it at a discount and over run tile supply store.
Dark copper knobs?
“hide laundry baskets be hide door on lower left -- configuration under window if high enough” — musicadvisor
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2012 Fall Parade Of Homes
Copper Hooks
Grey & copper tile floor
“Hook area” — dajo35
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
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Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Colonial Comfort
The washer pan is a field built copper pan
Copper tray for washer Modern spin on slop sink for laundry room
“Sink” — tracedoc
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Rivendell Manor
on your screen. In reality, you're not really seeing what color was actually used anyway. If you like the color you see, my best honest advice would be to take your laptop to a paint store, show them the image right here on Houzz, and have them match something to it right from your screen. Have
“sewing room” — JWhomes
Knight Architects LLC
15 Reviews
Classic Transformation
you could have a mudroom in the screened in porch area as well as the area outside the half bath
Screened charging station
“Mud room - office” — jpigott_adventure
Lucy Interior Design
10 Reviews
Cheery Laundry Room
hazard? Materials used could spread a fire if there was a lint build up somewhere in the line. A we know, using dryer sheets consistently coat lint screens, causing a fire hazard. Use vinegar hot water to cut waxy build up, or better, don't use the products in favor of vinegar rinse.
Thank you for the wonderful tip, it is very important to clean out your lint screens! Cheers, Lucy Interior Design
“Perchero para lavadero” — Carolina Bianucci
Ann McCulloch Studio
1 Review
Colorful Master Suite & Laundry Room
copper sink
“The farmhouse sink” — msgiegler
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