Laundry RoomTraditional Laundry Room, Los Angeles

The marble checkerboard floor and black cabinets make this laundry room unusually elegant.

Inspiration for a small timeless l-shaped multicolored floor dedicated laundry room remodel in Los Angeles with black cabinets, a stacked washer/dryer, an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, multicolored walls and white countertops —  Houzz
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anniebe wrote:May 15, 2012
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  • aishashakeel02
    can this be done in an L shape space 7ft longand 40 inchs wide and other arm of L 6ft long and 36inch wide.
Mary Bruneau wrote:Mar 1, 2014
  • joesieme
    what is the length of this room
  • ward8015 ward8015
    Make sure to use light colors to make your kitchen look lighter.
Soudeh Mousavi wrote:Dec 24, 2012
  • dfpetrus
    What is the size of the stacking washer and dryer? What make and model is it please? I need a compact size for the space I have.
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    Abbott Moon
    I believe these are Kenmore Elite units (they were purchased by the client directly). They are not compact, they are standard size.
clancyshan wrote:Mar 24, 2013
  • John Wisniewski
    How would you pull it in and out to hook up the connections? How would you access the shut offs in an emergency?
  • sisterearth
    Too small and busy.
janmann wrote:Jun 17, 2012
  • Nazmin Lila
    Nf me I would like to know too please
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    Abbott Moon
    Sorry for the delay in answering this! They are Kenmore Elite HE units.
stephmcamp wrote:Jan 6, 2013
  • aureliu
    It wouldn't make more sense to have the washer on the top of the drier? It is easier to take wet, heavier laundry and put it down in the drier and taking dried laundry from the lower level, then the other way around. Just trying to understand. Driers are not used around here, but I am considering one for my next house. Thanks.
  • Kate Gorgosity
    Washers are heavier than dryers so they have to be on the floor. Most manufacturers will not honour warranties if appliances are stacked or placed on pedestals not manufactured by the maker.
207strayer wrote:Apr 25, 2013
  • Danielle Weatherell
    What are the dimensions of this room?
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    What are the dimensions of this room?

jarmmy wrote:Mar 19, 2013
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    Abbott Moon
    No. This is a solid marble tile floor composed of 6" square black and white marble tiles laid on the diagonal.
  • Elizabeth Julian
    Love the cabinets, design and floor. The wall paper takes away from everything and makes me dizzy!
jeanniedas wrote:Nov 12, 2014
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    Murphy Moon Design
    The tiles are 6"x6" black marble and white marble. They were cut down on site from 12" square tiles on site and arranged in the grid pattern.
Jessica Fitzpatrick wrote:Jan 25, 2013
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    Abbott Moon
    Royal Stone here in Los Angeles. It's a combination of black and white marble tile.
michblue wrote:Jan 14, 2013
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    Abbott Moon
    White Carrera marble, honed.
Lowes 1615 wrote:Dec 5, 2012
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    Abbott Moon
    It's a pattern by Farrow and Ball (
Rhonnie K wrote:Nov 14, 2012
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    Abbott Moon
    Rohl Allia Fireclay Prep Sink #5927. Sorry it took me so long to answer this!
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                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to You Have Style — Shouldn’t Your Laundry Room?Feb 10, 2016

                6. Flooring matters. Updating a small-square-footage space with new flooring isn’t expensive. In such a tight space, a little goes a long way. If there’s a great tile you’ve been lusting after but can’t imagine it elsewhere, picture it in your laundry room. Test it here first and then bring it into other areas of your home.

                Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The 10 Most Popular Laundry Room Photos of 2012Jan 8, 2013

                8. Patterned walls and floors in Southern California. A narrow setup gets a bold treatment with patterned wallpaper and checkered marble floors. Houzz readers saved this photo for its fun pattern play but also noted the smart layout.

                Buckminster Green LLC added this to Contractor Tips: Advice for Laundry Room DesignJun 7, 2012

                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 wall, crimping the exhaust. Clean your lint filter and check the ductwork and exterior outlet at least once a year for lint buildup. You’ve made your laundry space beautiful and functional — don’t let a flood or fire ruin it.

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