9 fire pit how to build Laundry Room Design Photos

Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
Ideabooks86,183
Questions48
How to hide shutoff valves and laundry drain while keeping accessible
Where are they and how are they accessible without pulling out the machines?
How would you propose moving the washer and dryer if repair is needed?
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
laundry area. We have the compact 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
“Cool” — ldanderson
Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Cheery Laundry Room
Ideabooks60,493
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, don't use the products
If you stack the washer and dryer how much would the room cost make
How it's not in the garage or in the basement
“Formica laminate stainless countertop laundry room” — blakenick
Abbott Moon
Laundry Room
Ideabooks61,333
Questions20
How would you ever pull out the washer or dryer for service?
How would you pull it in and out to hook up the connections? How would you access the shut offs in an emergency?
both on the end of the house. I'd like to stay away from vertical W/D and get ones with flat tops and front knobs so we can sit them side-by-side and build in a laundry folding counter over the tops of them both. Add some storage up to the ceiling. Then I want to move the back door to where the window is
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
“small space + sink” — Kerron Mitchell
TATUM BROWN CUSTOM HOMES
7 Reviews
Crestbrook Residence
Ideabooks4,146
Questions4
Is there a fire break within the chute between floors?
glass that they specified--then designed a font then had the glass frosted. It is NOT a unit that you can purchase. The stainless cabinets were then build to fit the desired size as well. ALL pieces are custom designed to fit whatever size preferred by the homeowner. Unfortunately, we do not have any other
up in a contained space next to the washer-dryer. See how to add a laundry chute
lugging a full laundry basket — or three — down the stairs. Instead, let gravity do the work. A laundry chute doesn’t require much room, so if you’re building a new house or planning a renovation, it’s a design element worth considering. You’ll also want to consider where the clothes will fall to. Tatum
“Plan for a laundry chute. If your laundry room is on your ground floor or in the basement, you’ve” — liesjemt
Oglesby Construction Company, Inc.
5 Reviews
Lincoln City, Oregon Beach Renovation
Ideabooks1,014
Questions2
device that moves to protect kids, pets, etc. For just the unit I believe we were around $14K installed by us and others. There was special framing and fire codes that we had to adhere to also. Then we had all of the finish and custom cabinets that added more cost for the finished product. Let me know if
build something to catch the clothes in laundry room
Dumb waiter, this has extra door. Check local code re dumbed oter fire proofing.
Laundry shute - DAH!!! I forgot something so simple could be so practical. How much attractive this is than a washer/dryer in your bathroom!
Before adding a dumbwaiter to your kitchen, check your local building codes. Fire travels quickly upward in the closed compartment of a dumbwaiter or laundry chute, so fire doors and fireproof materials are required.
“Here’s an example by Oglesby Construction Company that incorporates a tambour door to catch fallin” — liesjemt
Atypical Type A
Laundry
Ideabooks9,714
Questions2
How about some racks like these???
Make use of fire escape door.
Not sure how viable this idea is but it's worthwhile considering.
hanging storage is a different idea. I can see how some things might work with this
Nothing builds resentment faster than when one person does all the work because the other keeps forgetting, so stay accountable with your housework. Do your best
best to make your chore zones pleasant. Clean up the laundry room, organize the linen closet and purchase a few snazzy cleaning supplies. It's amazing how a nice environment can motivate you both to get the job done.
“Idea for cleaning items” — Lynn Chamberlin
Henderer Design + Build
3 Reviews
Addition & Interior Remodel
Ideabooks3,825
Questions4
currently building a laundry shoot that is accessible from the master bath and the hallway. He is stumped on the type of hinges to use. Any advise you can throw my way would be much appreciated! Thanks!
How do you make the chute fire safe? Is
Henderer Design + Build Save to Ideabook Email Photo Safety tip: Laundry chutes are a magnet for kids and pets (who naturally want to try the chutes themselves), so be sure
“Need to figure out if there is a place where we can put a laundry shoot from upstairs down into mult” — nmcgraw
Tracery Interiors
Laundry Room
Ideabooks6,164
Questions10
How does the tumble dryer flows?
This picture doesn't show how the rest of the space is used. Our laundry space is small and I'd love to know
Tip - adding to what the above says - visit the manufac website - email re space required for health/saftey/fire hazard/condensation... etc and u have the answer right from the horses mouth so to speak - I did this with a spray kit i bought and they gave me all
970/list/Laundry-Rooms-That-Put-the--Fun--in--Functional- Your best bet is to go with built ins. Stacking a front load washer and dryer, you can build them into a pantry style cabinet. For the front, you can match the cabinet with your existing kitchen cabinets for a seamless flow, an easy to open
“Laundry area idea” — Hourie Marganian
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