Minnetonka laundryFarmhouse Laundry Room, Minneapolis

Created from a former breezeway this laundry room and mudroom is bright and cheery,
Photos by Susan Gilmore

Inspiration for a mid-sized cottage single-wall porcelain floor laundry room remodel in Minneapolis with an utility sink, a side-by-side washer/dryer, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets and quartz countertops —  Houzz
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bruhast wrote:Oct 10, 2013
  • ljones36
    thank you so much!
  • zoubly
    Pour la cuisine de la charmeuse
embyrne04 wrote:Feb 3, 2014
  • annmuller
    Meriwether is absolutely right in picking colors for the light of your room. You might start with sample boards of BM Annapolis Green and BM Spring Thaw to see how they look in your light.
  • Terrie Ham
    still would love to know the actual paint colors!
megkrusemark wrote:Nov 19, 2013
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    Meriwether Inc
    The floor tile is Floorgres geotech in white available through Tile x Design in the twin cities. The wall tile is Daltile, Modern Dimensions in glossy biscuit.
  • vlong
    Thank-you!!!
dianechandler wrote:May 30, 2015
  • Andi Meehan

    Can you tell me what Ceasarstone option was used?

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    Meriwether Inc

    Ameehan21,

    I believe it is called Buttermilk.

    My best,

    Meriwether

Jack Carter wrote:May 21, 2014
  • Hannah Nolte

    What stain did you choose


  • annmuller

    Seems like it was Sherwin Williams Fruitwood

prince55 wrote:Jun 26, 2015
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    Meriwether Inc

    Prince 55,

    Thank you for the lovely compliment. The ceiling color is Benjamin Moore Annapolis Green & the wall color is Benjamin Moore Spring Thaw. As always please check colors in your own environment prior to painting!

    Hope this helps,

    Meriwether

  • plano75093

    Just seeing this for the first time. So fresh and bright. Just lovely!

4612mistytrail wrote:May 11, 2014
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    Meriwether Inc
    The glass decanter is for water only. It is one of the owner's pieces, and I don't know where it is from.
  • annmuller
    Pottery Barn decanter.
Amanda Herring wrote:Aug 31, 2018
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    Meriwether Inc

    Amanda,

    The dimensions of this room are 11'-6" x 13'-0". Thanks for the compliment and good luck on your project!

    Meriwether


barbsoble wrote:Jan 28, 2017
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    Meriwether Inc

    Barb,

    Thank you for the complement. These shelves & brackets are available through Ikea, The shelves are Ekby Mossby & the brackets are Ekby Stilig.

    My best,

    Meriwether

tx0323 wrote:Dec 21, 2016
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    Meriwether Inc

    Cambry,

    The floor tile is Floorgres geotech in white available through Tile x Design in the twin cities. We purchased this 4 years ago. At that point I only remember one finish available. It is rated for a floor but not heavily textured.

    My best,

    Meriwether

Terri Sullivan Voeller wrote:Apr 30, 2015
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    Meriwether Inc

    Terri,

    Thank you for the question. I know of no kit for this. I do however,as part of my services, work with clients about clearances for all of the appliances they purchase.

    Meriwether

Dephanie Jessie wrote:Jun 1, 2014
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    Meriwether Inc
    The cabinet maker for this project was the Workbench in Hopkins MN.
reynolds6pac wrote:May 11, 2014
  • PRO
    Meriwether Inc
    Both the stainless steel shelf and the brackets can be found at ikea.

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Shana Levy McCracken added this to How to Care for Your Clothes to Make Them Last LongerMar 5, 2017

3. Use cold water. The care labels on your clothing tell you the hottest setting you can use, but this doesn’t mean you must use these temperatures. Using the cold cycle will clean most clothes sufficiently and won’t cause your clothes to shrink or fade like hot water can. If necessary, add a detergent booster containing sodium percarbonate.Cold water works for most items, but feel free to make an exception and use a hotter setting for dirty towels — especially the ones used on the dog.

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Mitchell Parker added this to Your Guide to a Totally Organized Home in 10 WeeksDec 30, 2016

3. Laundry room. Start by cleaning your washer and dryer. Then move on to decluttering, tidying up and incorporating resources like a small mending kit and a folding drying rack for more efficiency. Cap this off by adding style and creating a routine to stick to in the future. Get the seven-day plan for an organized laundry room

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Marianne Lipanovich added this to How to Clean Your Washing MachineNov 10, 2016

How Often Should You Clean a Washing Machine? Most manufacturers recommend cleaning the washing machine once a month, although a quick internet search and survey of friends and family will confirm that the majority of us are still wrapping our heads around the idea of cleaning the machine. Others, though, clean theirs even more often. “I have a separate cleaning cycle as an option on my washing machine and run that cycle after I wash cleaning rags every week,” says Becky Rapinchuk of Clean Mama. Fortunately, the process is fairly painless, especially since the machine itself does most of the work.Find a design or remodeling pro to help with your laundry room project

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Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your June Home ChecklistApr 29, 2014

9. Set up a beach-towel drying spot. Instead of tossing wet beach towels directly in the washer, allow them to dry first. The sand can then be easily shaken off, instead of clogging up your washer and dryer.10. Wash the washer and dryer. Run an empty wash cycle with white vinegar instead of detergent. Carefully clean the rubber areas around the washer and dryer doors, plus inside the doors. If your washer or dryer has sand inside, allow the appliance to dry completely, then vacuum the interior using an attachment.

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Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Laundry RoomApr 29, 2014

Day 1: Deep clean the washer and dryer.Cleaning tasks: Today is the day to get your appliances clean inside and out, so they will work more efficiently and get your clothes cleaner. Cleaning the washer:Use a damp sponge or microfiber cloth to clean the exterior and inside the lid of your washer, paying special attention to rubber seals.If your washer has a lint trap or removable detergent dispensers, take them out and clean them with warm, soapy water in the sink. If not, use cotton swabs to get the gunk and grime from the corners.Pour a cup or two of white vinegar in the washer and run it on the hottest setting, without any clothes in it.Cleaning the dryer:Wipe down the inside and outside of the dryer with a damp sponge or microfiber cloth. Remove the lint filter and use a narrow vacuum attachment to remove built-up lint from inside the space where the lint filter goes.Unfasten the dryer hose from the back of the machine (check the owner’s manual if you are not sure how to do this) and use a vacuum attachment to remove lint from the hose and the duct.

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Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Laundry Room Touches Anyone Can DoMar 17, 2014

So, Houzzers, do tell: Have you done anything to perk up your washer and dryer’s digs? That makes doing laundry an easier chore? Please share with us in the Comments section.

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Jennifer Gildred added this to Jennifer's ideasJul 28, 2019

Yes, please!! Pedestals, window, and door to back yard!!

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Charlotte A added this to laundry roomJul 4, 2019

I like the idea of a massive jug of fake green hydrangeas in the laundry room!

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