Dream House Studios, Inc.Transitional Laundry Room, DC Metro

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Eric West wrote:Mar 28, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    I apologize for not getting specific specs on the island but the project was designed a few years ago and we do not have the archived data. We supplied as much information as we could and this project was custom designed for our client. Thank you.
  • PRO
    Dream House Studios
    There was another discussion I just noticed that I answered the dimensions for the island and I would like to share it. It is 4'x6'.
4grands wrote:Jun 20, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    The room was 13'x14'-6".
  • jjjoyful
    You are such a good "Pro" - answering all questions.
langes1513 wrote:Feb 14, 2013
  • Glenna Dunnington
    I would love to have this room! Creativity plus!
  • PRO
    Dream House Studios
    This room is 13'x14'-6" and the island was 4'x6'.
ennen96 wrote:Oct 28, 2012
  • gannyof4
    I would like the plan also.
  • PRO
    Dream House Studios
    We worked with the builder and cabinet supplier to create a custom design for this client so unfortunately there is not a plan for sale.
Lori Smith wrote:Jan 24, 2013
  • cwas
    Where did you get the large island/table?
  • PRO
    Dream House Studios
    The window treatment was a custom mock roman shade and the island was made with Yorktowne Cabinets.
alscottmoe wrote:Feb 17, 2012
  • 4jdme
    most of the front loading washer & dryers are counter height when you don't add the pedestal drawer underneath. We had a Kenmore washer and dryer @ counter height and we just bought Samsungs that are also counter height. :)
  • thurling
    The washer is no longer being manufactured. And like most under the counter washers, it only has 2.2 cu ft capacity. Too small.
borno wrote:Feb 15, 2014
dsodikoff wrote:May 30, 2012
  • dsodikoff
    Yeah but these seem like they have a thicker piece of wood as the seat.
  • PRO
    Dream House Studios
    The stools are from Universal Furniture.
lcarona wrote:Jul 11, 2012
  • amlembo
    What are the dimensions of this room and is there an outside door?
  • beawoolsey
    what are the dimensions?
Heidi Bhan wrote:Nov 16, 2013
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    Dream House Studios
    This room was 13'x14'-6" and the island was 4'x6'.
michoule wrote:Sep 25, 2012
  • Ellessebee
    I'd also love to know what kind of tile this is. Thanks.
Alexandra Bergstein wrote:Apr 10, 2012
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    Dream House Studios
    The countertop material is slate and it is the same top on perimeter and island.
Nicole Segee-Gluck wrote:May 5, 2016
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                  janmann wrote:Apr 7, 2012

                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                    Melanie Gardener added this to Where Can I Hide My Laundry Area?Sep 26, 2016

                    8. In a workroom. Combining a few functional spaces is a great way to ensure that your home layout is practical. Here, a utility room has been created to house a number of functions, including the laundry. There is space for a home office, sewing and craft area, multipurpose central island, and storage for a range of household paperwork and other items. For busy households, a room such as this is a dream to help you keep on top of chores.

                    Becky Harris added this to Double-Duty Savvy: 10 Supersmart Laundry Room CombosJul 29, 2013

                    2. Laundry room plus craft room and studio. I admit, this laundry room is larger than a lot of kitchens. But it's so fabulous, and it has many functions, so it's allowed. The room has natural light, overhead lights, pendant lights and that huge surface for folding, ironing, crafting or running a business. Why not get your laundry done while you're working on blueprints, collaging, making jewelry, writing a blog, working on the kids' summer schedule or getting Etsy orders ready to ship? Multitasking in your multitasking room will make you unstoppable.

                    Karen LeBlanc Design TV Host & Writer/Blogger added this to 5 Questions to Ask for the Best Room LightingMar 18, 2013

                    Use high-K halogens for a bluer light in task-intensive areas such as places for doing homework or crafts, or paying bills.

                    Sheridan Interiors, Kitchens and Baths added this to Universal Lighting Design Strategies for 4 Key Home AreasJan 29, 2013

                    3. Task LightingTask lighting isn't just for kitchens — focused lights are paramount wherever any task is performed. This laundry and crafts room exemplifies this with task lighting in pendants at the island, undercabinet lighting for the countertops and a good amount of natural light from the window.

                    Samantha Schoech added this to 15 Rooms That Excel at Double DutyAug 20, 2012

                    It's a laundry room/office/workshop/wrapping room/craft area. A big, wide-open table is always a useful thing.

                    Lauren Donaldson added this to Small-Business Savvy: Set Up a Shipping StationMay 18, 2012

                    Have a large, open surface devoted to shipping. Designate a separate area as your shipping station. This space should include an open surface for wrapping everything up. The size of the surface needed will vary depending on your craft. But in general, the larger the surface the better. Devote as much space to shipping as you can. It can be frustrating to work in a cramped area.

                    Bneato Professional Organizing added this to Meet Your Desk: How to Create a Workspace That WorksFeb 9, 2012

                    Extra office supplies definitely shouldn't live at your desk — but they don't have to call a traditional supply cabinet home either. Free up space by housing supplies in containers that match your surroundings. Label containers so everyone knows what's stored inside.

                    What Houzzers are commenting on:

                    David Nasal added this to David's ideasyesterday

                    table in middle of laundry? like thought, but does it just end up with stuff all over it. Have to have windows in the laundry room

                    Tiffany Wong added this to OUR HOME6 days ago

                    interesting idea for a craft room / laundry

                    Catherine Wood added this to Bisk LaundryDec 7, 2019

                    Bar stools on one side of island

                    doricanady added this to Laundry RoomSep 26, 2019

                    Like it all; would also want doggie shower; maybe a small mud room section; would want w/d higher off floor

                    GUnvor Sacks added this to gunvors' ideasSep 21, 2019

                    Like the whole set up and island

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