The Preppy Carpenter

Brunswick Laundry Room Design\Build

Country: United States
Laundry Room Design\Build
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This is the before of our latest laundry room design\build project. The client wants to remove the old cabinetry, enclose the washer\dryer, and add a Mahogany countertop workspace.
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These cabinets are on the wall opposite of the washer\dryer. The client liked these cabinets.....but not the doors, paint, and crown molding at top.
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We played with lots of designs....
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....before settling on this one with an in-wall ironing board.
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This is the African Mahogany we are going to make the countertop work space out of.
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It took a lot of planing to get these joints tight on the Mahogany top. This picture of the joint is before any clamps or glue.
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This is the upper cabinetry as well as the lower structure that is going to house the hidden washer\dryer....and the new shiplap on the wall.
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The client wanted an "in-wall" ironing center concealed with a door that matches the new cabinetry.
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I like to "frame' my shiplap!
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We painted the cabinets and walls with a sprayer. No "orange peel", and no brush strokes. LOTS of prep, though.
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This is the African Mahogany top before we prayed 3 coats of polyurethane.
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These are the pictures after paint.
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The doors that conceal the washer\dryer "slide" back and hide away like an entertainment center.
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The "baseboards" below the large doors that conceal the washer\dryer are held in place with magnets on the end. This allows them to be removed to get the washer and dryer in and out for replacement or service.
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The upper doors are flush with the face frames of the cubbies above them.
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The outside of the concealed ironing system.
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These are the new doors on the existing cabinets opposite the washer\dryer wall.
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