Home renovation – Laundry room inspiration
Although I don’t always post here (lack of time, mainly), we’re always doing or planning something to make our house more like a home. Flooring, some small transformations and so on, as you’ve seen here on the blog.
Our basement is something that we never discussed here and even not that much in our renovation plans, mainly because we have so many other more important spaces on the main and second floor to possibly be focusing on. Our current basement is partially finish, with surrounding walls sort of done and carpet installed, but no partitions or defined rooms, no ceiling etc. In our basement is where the laundry appliances are and where we’ve been going quite often lately, as we are starting to wash some baby clothes and baby related items in preparation for our imminent arrival (OMG, now that I think about it, it’s only about 7 weeks or less?!).
Every time I go down to the basement, I take a deep breath and imagine a compact, but nice and organized laundry room, where we would be happy (or at least okay) to be in and do some laundry chores. Maybe someday huh?!
Some inspirations below:
|Contemporary Laundry Room by Redwood City General Contractors K.G.Bell Construction|
|Contemporary Laundry Room by Chilliwack Kitchen – Bath Designers Old World Kitchens – Custom Cabinets|
|Midcentury Laundry Room by Seattle Architects – Building Designers SHED Architecture – Design|
Contemporary Laundry Room by Kirkland Architects – Building Designers Midori Yoshikawa Design Group
Please tell me how do they stand on top of each other!!! Hahaha
A minha lava e seca sacode demaaaais e eu amo esses projetos em que elas são colocadas "empilhadas", mas existe algum acessório de fixação nas lavadoras e nas secadoras?