25,749 Utility Cabinet Home Design Photos

Gonyea Homes & Remodeling
3 Reviews
Laundry Room – Coyote Song Model – Fall Parade 2014
Butcher block top with paint grade cabinets and old style sink
Cover on machines and cabinet space on top
What color did you use on the cabinets...dark cabinets...Upper cabinets...Utility sink...cabinet color; counter tops. flooring
“Buanderie” — emmyjeanne
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
35 Reviews
The Colonel's Place
Utility sink...Back splash and cabinets...Look with white cabinets
“Bag station” — woodbm
Sims Hilditch
Radlett Family Home
What is the wall color? and the color of the wall cabinets?
built on headboard with utility cabinets and drawers
“angled wall lamps” — peghisue
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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RJS Custom Homes LLC
1 Review
Utility Room
Utility (Laundry) Room RJS Custom Homes LLC
Utility Room...Floor cabinet
“Floor cabinet” — jmbrents
Martin Perri Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Ruby Hills Estate
Ruby Hills Estate: Laundry Room, Utility Room. Raised panel cabinets with dark glaze. Full tile backsplash.
Great Northwest Homes
Beautiful Home On Lake CleElum
Medium cabinet stain
“Basement laundry” — kaseo78
MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc.
22 Reviews
Homecrest Eastport Bathroom Cabinets
Homecrest Eastport Bathroom Cabinets
“vanity tower” — rebsma
APlus Interior Design & Remodeling
29 Reviews
dryer beautifully. You wouldn't even know it was there unless you open the cabinets.
It love how the cabinets' doors reach the floor and don't show any bit of the washer and dryer in
in the bottom. But I wonder if this is practical. Can the cabinets' doors open easily this way? How much space did you leave between the bottom of the
The upper cabinets are 15" deep. A laundry room cabinet's typical depth would be between 15" - 18" to accommodate for laundry products. The bottom cabinets
Hello, thank you for your question, 1/2 inch is all you need. No problem with opening the door. The cabinets should be a face
face frame Cabinet to give you some flexibility in adjusting the door if you need it.
Like how the cabinets are recessed from the washer and dryer.
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