662 fire lines Laundry Room Design Photos

Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Cheery Laundry Room
Ideabooks60,088
Questions7
Does it seem like the placement here is a fire 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
Clean lines. Neat.
“How it's not in the garage or in the basement” — Kathy Gutierrez
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
laundry room
Ideabooks29,257
Questions8
What is the clothes line made of? And how can I find a detail to do this in my laundry room?
The clothes line is awsome!!
Love the idea of an indoor clothes line - slightly more heated than rest of house
Love clothes line idea
Washers & drying lines
Laundry lines...Clothes line...Clothes lines...drying line.....drawers to line dry
“Wire racks” — jordanchirico
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
Ideabooks85,293
Questions48
Behind the camera's perspective is the entry foyer which leads to the home's formal living room. The window overlooks a stone courtyard with a sunken fire pit. What you see in the photo is the entire laundry room minus the third wall which features small art pieces
Miele washer/dryer set and want to do them side by side with a counter top above and cabinets down from ceiling. How do you hide the plumbing? Our lines come out of the wall to the washer and dryer and are not flush!!?? Thanks sheet rocking this Monday so time is of the essence! Thanks
This Laundry is really "pretty" with clean lines....
Love the seamless line on the wall Tile floor cabinet color
“LOVE LOVE LOVE” — jbekkedahl
Interior Works Inc
3 Reviews
Arts and Crafts Laundry Room
Ideabooks21,156
Questions11
custom? what is your luxury line?
wouldn't the enclosed dryer be a huge fire hazard?
“cupboard” — Irene Cumming
the gudhouse company
3 Reviews
Hall bath and laundry
Ideabooks11,473
Questions7
Thank you for the question! The floor tile is a 12"x24" tile from the Yura line by Olympia. The color is Foggy. The same line of tile was used on the tub walls, but in Snow. It's a porcelin tile, but the pattern resembles limestone so it presents a
Thank you for asking! The tile is from the Ebb & Flow line by Crossville. The specific product name and number of this tile is: EF04 / .1MIXMOS Sand and Surf. Please visit the Crossville website to view other
Thank you for your question! The mosiac tiles are from the Ebb & Flow line by Crossville. The specific product name and number is: EF04 / .1MIXMOS Sand and Surf - Linear Mixed Mosaics. You can find a retailer at www.crossvilleinc.com or if you are local
“Salle de lavage intégrée à la salle de bain” — geturcotte
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks13,246
Questions5
http://specialtydoors.com has a large selection of sliding door hardware to suit all styles and needs. We carry the Hafele line.
We carry the Hafele product line. http://specialtydoors.com has a large selection of sliding door hardware to suit all styles and needs.
completely hide them away. Take your cue from this tucked-away laundry, which has a cute little rope clothes line and a neat sliding door so the whole thing disappears in an instant. This line is also handy for those must-dry items if it’s raining outside.
“Door” — silviagsilveira
Walker Woodworking
23 Reviews
Walker Woodworking Custom Cabinets
Ideabooks23,531
Questions13
Doesn't anyone have clothes lines in the USA? I'm under the impression that no-one has a clothes line. Here in Australia, even in the most 'expensive' suburbs, you'll find a clothes line somewhere out the back or round the side of the house
house. Laundries in Australian homes tend to be near the back door so you can walk out to the clothes line.
It would be fair to say that most people in the US don't have clothes lines. They used to though, years ago.
“I like the washer and dryer in the same room as the closet and folding space” — Daniel Calhoun
Abbott Moon
Laundry Room
Ideabooks60,403
Questions20
We've talked a lot about water, but remember there's fire in the room too. The most important safety concern in your laundry room is the dryer duct. A smooth-walled rigid duct, properly installed with the minimum run and fewest number of turns is critical. Make sure the dryer isn't pushed against the
the ductwork and exterior outlet at least once a year for lint buildup. You've made your laundry space beautiful and functional — don't let a flood or fire ruin it.
“Everything” — lunarlake
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