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Example of a trendy laundry room design in New York

21st Century BungalowContemporary Laundry Room, New York

21st Century Bungalow-Style Home – Custom designed laundry room featuring granite countertops, undermount sink and custom designed cabinetry for endless storage

Example of a trendy laundry room design in New York —  Houzz
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This photo has 15 questions
tmsanders wrote:Mar 19, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning and thank you for the question.

    The door that you see pictured in this photograph is customer designed and ordered. I do hope that helps.

    Have a great day
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
  • lisajay
    Hope you haven't been bombarded with this question, but I was wondering about the room dimensions? Thanks.
lisajay wrote:Jul 16, 2012
  • lisajay
    Thank you.
  • Av V
    like washer and dryer to be raised- in my current house they sit on stands that come with the washer/dryer
edie828 wrote:Mar 14, 2012
  • edie828
    Thanks! I cant tell you how excited this makes me. I wanted the front loaders but was worried about all the bending, stooping & twisting on my back. The swinging door with the porthole is pretty cool too.
  • PRO
    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon,

    The bench was a custom height at 13 1/2". Thank you for you question and feel free to inquire about anything else. I would be glad to help you out.

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
kruppy wrote:Apr 12, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Hello kruppy,

    This pedestal is not home-made. It has been been designed by a professional designer and made by a contractor. This has been engineered to support not only the counter top, but the two laundry units. Please feel free to inquire further if you wish so and we will be glad to assist you. Thank you for your question.
  • louicky
    interesting....I was wondering if there would be vibration issues with the washer/dryer sitting on the pedestal, but not if they are constructed they way you indicate, I would guess....and certainly no different that being up on store bought pedestals....
Jean Thompson wrote:Nov 19, 2013
  • secret4137
    What is the name of the tile, grout and wall color?
dawnucf wrote:Nov 1, 2013
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning!

    This floor tile located in the mudroom/laundry room is a real stone material.

    Thanks again!
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
Alicia Mersiovsky wrote:Mar 25, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Thanks for your question - I would be happy to assist.

    The color on these walls is a taupe from Restoration Hardware. Since the project is several years old I am not able to get you the exact color.

    I hope that this information helps you.
    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
kamcguire wrote:Mar 19, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Afternoon,

    Thank you for your questions. I am glad to help you out. There was no architect for this home and the floor plan is proprietary. We are not able to provide that information to the public. Please feel free to inquire about anything and I will be more than glad to assist.

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
sharonanoush wrote:Jan 23, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning,

    Thank you for your question and I glad to help you out. Yes, this door was custom-made specifically for the client in this project. Please feel free to inquire more and I look forward to assisting you. Have an amazing day!

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com
kvrao2 wrote:Jan 8, 2012
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    Shane D. Inman
    Good Morning,

    Thank you for your question. The floors in this photo are of porcelain tile. We unfortunately do not know the manufacturer, as this project is several years finished, but please feel free to contact the Tile Stone Company in Traverse City, MI at (231) 929-7090. Refer to this photo or project they will be glad to assist you. Feel free to inquire more and I would be glad to help you out further. Have a great day!

    Shane
    www.theinmancompany.com

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kareneglythompson
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 10 Smart Ideas for Your Laundry Room RemodelJul 14, 2014

For this project designer Shane D. Inman created a custom cabinetry base to raise the front-loaders even higher, to what is midchest level for many people — certainly an easy reach in. Inman says the cabinet pedestal was designed to accommodate the weight of the two laundry units and the stone countertop material.

amberhopman
Amber Hopman added this to Trend Alert: Swinging Doors Can't Miss for ConvenienceNov 15, 2012

No need to set down that heavy laundry basket. Breeze right through laundry day by adding a swinging door instead of a traditional one.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

brbyah
loobab added this to Wish List2 days ago

Cabinets under washer and dryer

crider
crider added this to Laundry Room ideasApr 19, 2019

Built in pedestal under machines

babrody1
Bea Bea added this to laundry roomMar 6, 2019

Like raised washer/dryer to reduce bending over

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