Josephine DesignContemporary Laundry Room, New York

Laundry room in a Brooklyn brownstone

Trendy laundry room photo in New York with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, a side-by-side washer/dryer and white countertops —  Houzz
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deerfarm wrote:Sep 4, 2012
  • brm2
    Thank you very much!
  • rkadikar
    I would like to know where is the washer and dryer connection in this laundry room? Where is it concealed? Thanks.
Al Jo wrote:Dec 20, 2013
  • kguillen
    Hi, I was wondering if you have any tips on how it's built to lift? I would like to do something similar. Thanks
  • barbclog
    We used 4 spring loaded magnet cabinet door closers. It works great. Just be sure to have enough closers for the weight of the lift off panel.
bullenjl wrote:Jul 5, 2013
  • Megan Lopez
    Is that an ikea sink as well? The ikea sinks aren't very deep so I'm wondering if I can fit a different brand sink in the ikea base. I don't know how these things work :) Thanks.
  • Megan Lopez
    Found my answer elsewhere--sorry!
lois975 wrote:Mar 1, 2013
  • jk3b1g
    what is the tile backsplash?
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    Those are glass tiles from Hakatai.
Yasmín wrote:Jan 9, 2013
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    Josephine Design LLC
    Those are from IKEA !
  • Yasmín
    Thank you! Do you happen to know the name? :)
vios081108 wrote:Nov 18, 2012
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Patrick McDonald wrote:Dec 10, 2013
  • learoth

    Is cearstone a brand name? And is the product a quartz ?

susan59 wrote:Jun 2, 2013
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    I believe that Caesarstone blizzard white -- polished finish!
Cait Sourapas Interior Design wrote:Mar 6, 2013
evelyn17 wrote:Sep 15, 2012
bronhutchins wrote:Aug 25, 2012
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    The washer and dryer are 54" wide, and the total width with the side cabinets is 88"
becnscott2 wrote:Apr 16, 2012
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    Yes, that's natural stone flooring 12 x 12 perlino with Absolute black granite accents dots.
Cindy Groves wrote:Apr 13, 2014
    lakeviewmom wrote:Apr 24, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Laura Gaskill added this to Improving a Rental: Great Ideas for the Short and Long HaulAug 8, 2013

      LaundryLonger-term changes: If the hookups are there, but there is no washer or dryer (and your landlord won't buy them), consider buying your own. Doing laundry without leaving the house is one of those little things that makes life so much easier — plus, you can always take the appliances with you when you leave, or sell them. If there are no hookups, and you have your heart set on a washer and dryer, consider offering to split the costs with your landlord to have the hookups put in. There really isn't an in-between option here, so if you have your heart set on laundry, do what you can to have it installed, or search for a rental that already has it.Shorter-term changes: If your place has an outdated washer and dryer, you can clean out the hoses to help them work more efficiently, and perhaps even use appliance paint to touch up worn surfaces.

      Laura Gaskill added this to 12 Ways to Make Your Home Feel New AgainApr 12, 2013

      11. Touch up appliances. Years of use can create all sorts of stains and scratches on the once-pristine finish of your washer and dryer. If new appliances are not in the cards, consider painting yours with a product designed for the task, like the Appliance Enamel paint from Rust-Oleum. You can also use appliance paint on worn-out finishes in the kitchen, from the fridge to the dishwasher. Do not use it on surfaces that get hot, like stovetops.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Irene Palma added this to icpalma's ideasJul 1, 2019

      I think these are ikea cabinets. Ceasaestone counter

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