Laundry...a necessary evil. Our friend Kelly, had a typical laundry and mudroom space with white cabinets, brass hardware, and a few hooks to hang up your coat. The strange thing was that the washer and dryer were just inside the garage door, and the mudroom was hidden in a small room behind that. She, being the brilliant homeowner that she is, thought to reverse the two rooms.
All those white cabinets were put to good use storing Chris' tools in the garage. What he created to replace them is nothing short of fabulous!
Every inch of these two rooms was thought out. A little bench allows you to perch while you pull your boots on.
Adorable hooks keep purses and jackets off the floor. Baskets above for scarves and gloves, leashes and miscellaneous paraphernalia.
I told you she thought of everything. A sink for hand washing, and a pull out bin for stashing dirty clothes out of sight until laundry day.
The travertine floor lightened up the space considerably. I actually liked the slate floors she had before, but I'm okay with the fresh new look of this natural stone.
A new light fixture and soft color choice, makes this room blend in to it's surroundings beautifully.
The washer and dryer were raised up to a more comfortable working height and little cubbies were added for all of your stain treatments, dryer sheets and spare change jar.
A knock off of the tilt out drying rack from Ballard Designs.
Our Master Carpenter, Chris built every piece in these two rooms.
Walls: Benjamin Moore - Bennington Gray
Cabinets: Benjamin Moore - Grant Beige
Trim: Valspar - Dove White
If your laundry room is in need of a makeover, give us a call; we can make it happen!