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1.725 Foto di lavanderie con pavimento marrone

Scala con ripostiglio/lavanderia
Scala con ripostiglio/lavanderia
Studio Majo di Ennio Silvestri
I nostri clienti con l'acquisto di un appartamento volevamo avere tutte i confort al piano. Il living beneficia di tanta luce con vetrate continue ma ci vincola con l'arredo. La soluzione è così fluida e gli spazi aperti Per tutta la casa ci accompagna un accogliente pavimento in legno che viene utilizzato anche come elemento d'arredo. Volendo celare l'angolo cucina dal ingresso e dal salotto rivestiamo il muretto che lo delimita con le tavole del parquet. Lo stesso facciamo realizzando alcune ante delle colonne della cucina con le tavole del parquet per dare regolarità nella lettura. La grande parte del salotto la arrediamo con una carta da parati importante che ci accompagna anche in ingresso. Con l'abbattimento di una parete liberiamo l'ingresso verso le camere. Una sfida è stata la parete d'ingresso che alloggiava tutti gli impianti...risolta con eleganza e funzionalità.....il mono colore della boiserie ingloba il portoncino ma mette in risalto i complementi Altra soddisfazione è stata la scala realizzata in ferro crudo a lama continua con un parapetto in vetro, il contenitore del sotto scala aiuta nella quotidianità a tenere tutto al suo posto
Mud & Laundry Room Makeover
Mud & Laundry Room Makeover
Excel Interior Concepts & Construction
An entry area to the home, this family laundry room became a catch-all for coats, bags and shoes. It also served as the laundry hub with a collection of portable drying racks, storage shelves and furniture that did not optimize the available space and layout. The new design made the most of the unique space and delivered an organized and attractive mud and laundry room with bench seating, hooks for hanging jackets and laundry needs, integrated wall drying racks, and lots of convenient storage.
Kamas, Utah Home Remodel Project
Kamas, Utah Home Remodel Project
Shearer Designs
Meaghan Larsen Photographer Lisa Shearer Designer
Immagine di una piccola sala lavanderia country con lavello stile country, ante in stile shaker, ante bianche, top in marmo, pareti bianche, pavimento in gres porcellanato, lavatrice e asciugatrice a colonna, pavimento marrone e top grigio
Twin Hollows
Twin Hollows
Remedy Design Firm
Esempio di una lavanderia multiuso chic con ante in stile shaker, ante bianche, pareti grigie, pavimento in legno massello medio, lavatrice e asciugatrice affiancate, pavimento marrone, top bianco e carta da parati
North San Antonio Kitchen & Laundry Remodel
North San Antonio Kitchen & Laundry Remodel
Haven Design and Construction
Matthew Niemann Photography
Esempio di una lavanderia tradizionale con lavello sottopiano, ante con bugna sagomata, ante grigie, pareti bianche, pavimento in mattoni, lavatrice e asciugatrice affiancate, pavimento marrone e top beige
Traditional Laundry Room
Traditional Laundry Room
Idee per una sala lavanderia tradizionale di medie dimensioni con lavello sottopiano, ante con riquadro incassato, ante grigie, top in superficie solida, pareti grigie, parquet scuro, lavatrice e asciugatrice affiancate e pavimento marrone
Magnolia Way Whole Home Renovation
Magnolia Way Whole Home Renovation
TVL Creative Ltd.
This project was such an incredible design opportunity, and instilled inspiration and excitement at every turn! Our amazing clients came to us with the challenge of converting their beloved family home into a welcoming haven for all members of the family. At the time that we met our clients, they were struggling with the difficult personal decision of the fate of the home. Their father/father-in-law had passed away and their mother/mother-in-law had recently been admitted into a nursing facility and was fighting Alzheimer’s. Resistant to loss of the home now that both parents were out of it, our clients purchased the home to keep in in the family. Despite their permanent home currently being in New Jersey, these clients dedicated themselves to keeping and revitalizing the house. We were moved by the story and became immediately passionate about bringing this dream to life. The home was built by the parents of our clients and was only ever owned by them, making this a truly special space to the family. Our goal was to revitalize the home and to bring new energy into every room without losing the special characteristics that were original to the home when it was built. In this way, we were able to develop a house that maintains its own unique personality while offering a space of welcoming neutrality for all members of the family to enjoy over time. The renovation touched every part of the home: the exterior, foyer, kitchen, living room, sun room, garage, six bedrooms, three bathrooms, the laundry room, and everything in between. The focus was to develop a style that carried consistently from space to space, but allowed for unique expression in the small details in every room. Starting at the entry, we renovated the front door and entry point to offer more presence and to bring more of the mid-century vibe to the home’s exterior. We integrated a new modern front door, cedar shingle accents, new exterior paint, and gorgeous contemporary house numbers that really allow the home to stand out. Just inside the entry, we renovated the foyer to create a playful entry point worthy of attention. Cement look tile adorns the foyer floor, and we’ve added new lighting and upgraded the entry coat storage. Upon entering the home, one will immediately be captivated by the stunning kitchen just off the entry. We transformed this space in just about every way. While the footprint of the home ultimately remained almost identical, the aesthetics were completely turned on their head. We re-worked the kitchen to maximize storage and to create an informal dining area that is great for casual hosting or morning coffee. We removed the entry to the garage that was once in the informal dining, and created a peninsula in its place that offers a unique division between the kitchen/informal dining and the formal dining and living areas. The simple light warm light gray cabinetry offers a bit of traditional elegance, along with the marble backsplash and quartz countertops. We extended the original wood flooring into the kitchen and stained all floors to match for a warmth that truly resonates through all spaces. We upgraded appliances, added lighting everywhere, and finished the space with some gorgeous mid century furniture pieces. In the formal dining and living room, we really focused on maintaining the original marble fireplace as a focal point. We cleaned the marble, repaired the mortar, and refinished the original fireplace screen to give a new sleek look in black. We then integrated a new gas insert for modern heating and painted the upper portion in a rich navy blue; an accent that is carried through the home consistently as a nod to our client’s love of the color. The former entry into the old covered porch is now an elegant glass door leading to a stunning finished sunroom. This room was completely upgraded as well. We wrapped the entire space in cozy white shiplap to keep a casual feel with brightness. We tiled the floor with large format concrete look tile, and painted the old brick fireplace a bright white. We installed a new gas burning unit, and integrated transitional style lighting to bring warmth and elegance into the space. The new black-frame windows are adorned with decorative shades that feature hand-sketched bird prints, and we’ve created a dedicated garden-ware “nook” for our client who loves to work in the yard. The far end of this space is completed with two oversized chaise loungers and overhead lights…the most perfect little reading nook! Just off the dining room, we created an entirely new space to the home: a mudroom. The clients lacked this space and desperately needed a landing spot upon entering the home from the garage. We uniquely planned existing space in the garage to utilize for this purpose, and were able to create a small but functional entry point without losing the ability to park cars in the garage. This new space features cement-look tile, gorgeous deep brown cabinetry, and plenty of storage for all the small items one might need to store while moving in and out of the home. The remainder of the upstairs level includes massive renovations to the guest hall bathroom and guest bedroom, upstairs master bed/bath suite, and a third bedroom that we converted into a home office for the client. Some of the largest transformations were made in the basement, where unfinished space and lack of light were converted into gloriously lit, cozy, finished spaces. Our first task was to convert the massive basement living room into the new master bedroom for our clients. We removed existing built-ins, created an entirely new walk-in closet, painted the old brick fireplace, installed a new gas unit, added carpet, introduced new lighting, replaced windows, and upgraded every part of the aesthetic appearance. One of the most incredible features of this space is the custom double sliding barn door made by a Denver artisan. This space is truly a retreat for our clients! We also completely transformed the laundry room, back storage room, basement master bathroom, and two bedrooms. This home’s massive scope and ever-evolving challenges were thrilling and exciting to work with, and the result is absolutely amazing. At the end of the day, this home offers a look and feel that the clients love. Above all, though, the clients feel the spirit of their family home and have a welcoming environment for all members of the family to enjoy for years to come.
Laundry Room Envy! - DryAway
Laundry Room Envy! - DryAway
DryAway by Jilidoni Designs
Foto di una lavanderia multiuso classica di medie dimensioni con lavello stile country, ante con riquadro incassato, ante bianche, pareti grigie, pavimento con piastrelle in ceramica, lavatrice e asciugatrice nascoste, pavimento marrone e top grigio
Kitchener Road
Kitchener Road
Cube Dentro
Idee per una lavanderia design con lavello sottopiano, ante bianche, top in quarzo composito, paraspruzzi bianco, paraspruzzi con piastrelle a mosaico, pavimento in laminato, lavatrice e asciugatrice affiancate, top bianco, pareti bianche e pavimento marrone
Mud Room/Laundry Room Entry
Mud Room/Laundry Room Entry
Oland Living
Idee per una piccola lavanderia classica con ante con riquadro incassato, ante bianche, pareti beige, pavimento in gres porcellanato, lavatrice e asciugatrice affiancate, pavimento marrone e top beige
Your Huntley, IL Neighbor’s Kitchen Renovation
Your Huntley, IL Neighbor’s Kitchen Renovation
Advance Design Studio, Ltd.
After six years of living in their Huntley IL home, Chris and Meghan were tired of their dark, dingy, outdated kitchen and it was finally time for a long-anticipated change. “The kitchen is the place where we live, it’s where we do everything,” Meghan said. “It was important that it be a space where we wanted to be.” Meghan loves cooking and enjoys including their girls in healthy meal prepping, this led them to want a brighter, more enjoyable kitchen with increased functionality and improved storage. For Chris especially, the laundry room was an entirely dysfunctional eyesore. “We had a washer and a dryer, but it was all kind-of cobbled together!” Chris said. “There were always laundry piles everywhere, we weren’t really sure what we wanted to do in there, but it was time for us to make a change.” The mess of the space was stressful every time they walked in the door from the garage each day. Kids’ backpacks and shoes piled up haphazardly in the makeshift boot-bench closet left the family feeling disorganized and stressed. They needed space for folding clothes and locker cubbies to help keep the family organized. Having known Christine and Todd in the Huntley community for years, Chris and Meghan were familiar with their work. “We already trusted them personally and having seen their projects for years we knew they did top notch work. After we reviewed the initial round of designs, we knew that hiring them was definitely the right choice,” Meghan and Chris said. Although Chris had done a lot of work in their home himself, the kitchen and laundry room renovation was such a large undertaking that he didn’t want to steal time away from his family to spend what would surely be many long weekends doing the job himself. “That would not have been a wise choice for us,” Chris laughed. “Our designer, Michelle was very, very, easy to work with; anything we wanted to see or weren’t sure about, she went above and beyond to make this easy for us. She was easy to get hold of and always quick to respond,” the couple said. Michelle pulled ideas that mirrored the couple’s taste and style and was adept at directing the couple to limited choices that didn’t overwhelm them and kept the process moving. “I have a hard time making decisions. Michelle made the decision-making process so easy. I loved how she listened to what I liked and then presented three great options for me to choose from,” Meghan said. The main objectives for the kitchen were better storage solutions, they wanted the space to reflect their lifestyle and taste, and they wanted it to last for years with low maintenance. One of the first steps in creating a more functional kitchen was relocating the refrigerator, creating an improved workflow for the busy family. “We didn’t know that we could even move the refrigerator to a new location where it is now, that was something that we never would have thought of,” Chris said. “The new refrigerator location makes the kitchen feel so much bigger. We didn’t add any space, but our whole kitchen with the new design just seems like it’s so much larger than before!” Meghan said. The perimeter mist colored cabinets helped warm and brighten the entire room, while the graphite colored cabinets on the island added contrast. Using this fresh, clean color palette satisfied the couple’s desire for a bright space that was the exact opposite of what they had before. Organization accessories were also added to the cabinets such as a spice drawer tray and roll outs to create hidden convenience. “I absolutely love the hidden spices – it makes cooking so much more enjoyable!” Chris said. “And all the pull outs, and the double trash bin, who would think you could get so excited about organization!” the couple said in unison. One thing they hated in their original kitchen was how dark the space felt. Added lighting on the ceiling with the new light fixtures combined with the lighter cabinetry colors throughout solved this problem. “Our new kitchen has this warm, almost cozy feeling that our old kitchen never had, it’s just a space that I love spending my time in now,” Meghan said. The light airy feeling was accentuated with the use of floating white shelves on either side of the decorative range hood. “We have so much cabinetry space, the new design is amazing we actually have more storage space than we will ever need,” Meghan said. The island was extended to create more work surface and added space for stool seating. “The new island changes how we live. Now the kids can be in the kitchen with us, doing homework, eating breakfast, and the three of us have special dinners there when Chris is working late,” Meghan said. The Carrara Marmi Quartz countertops were chosen because they are, not only beautiful, but are made from hard-working material that doesn’t require maintenance. The white subway tile backsplash that wraps to the ceiling behind the focal point cooktop range/hood compliments the crisp white countertops perfectly, while brushed brass hardware and light fixtures keep the design fresh and new. The couple had a few fears at the beginning of the project, as most homeowners do. Their biggest fear was being out of their kitchen and laundry room for an extended time. The crew made it very easy for the family to work in a limited space keeping the washer and dryer hooked up the majority of the time, and also getting appliances working with minimal downtime. “They above and beyond accommodated us to get us through the process,” Meghan said. “They did a great job making sure we were as comfortable as possible throughout the process,” Chris added. “Our project manager DJ did a great job. He was very good at updating us on schedule changes, getting guys in as quickly as possible. Everyone that stepped in the house was nice and did great work,” said Chris. They thought Advance’s carpenter was phenomenal and were impressed when he took a conceptual idea from a photograph and worked with designer Michelle to create a one of a kind range/hood that has become the topic of conversation with friends and family who visit the new kitchen. “He was in our house literally every day for several weeks. He was easy to work with and good at what he did,” Meghan and Chris said. The focal point of the kitchen; a hand-crafted, custom-built ventilation hood was clad with handpicked reclaimed barnwood. Advance Design’s carpenter built the framework and the cladding to create a one-of-a-kind design element that the couple loves. “I think it was especially fun for him to create something unique from scratch, showcasing his talent in this area,” Meghan said. “I love that my kitchen is not like everyone else’s. I got to pick out the wood on my hood and watch it being built and was able to choose what pieces of wood went where on it. It’s totally unique.” Red Oak flooring was toothed-in throughout the kitchen and the rest of the first floor anywhere changes were made. Then the whole floor was refinished to tone down the orange undertones in the existing floor stain, ultimately changing the color complexion of the entire first floor. The result is a completely new feeling to the entire home. Renovating the laundry room was extremely important to Meghan and Chris, but they had trouble visualizing what the possibilities were for the seemingly small space. Michelle produced beautiful 3D illustrations that helped them envision the space in a whole new way. “I must have told Michelle 100 times that I am a visual person, seeing the designs in 3D made it so easy to make decisions and see what we could really do with our space,” Meghan said. A dividing wall and doorway were removed between the existing laundry room and hallway formerly containing a coat closet, providing space to design specialized graphite colored cabinetry matching the kitchen island to house custom storage cubbies for each family member. Adding the tall utility cabinetry in the new laundry area helped solve the storage issue, tucking away cleaning supplies, household items, and even the cat got its own cubby. “I love how everything is now hidden in its own space. I can’t tell you how much I hated coming home and seeing everything sitting around on counters,” Chris said. Electrical outlets were planned for the inside of utility cabinets, so devices could charge in hidden locations. Stacking the washer and dryer allowed for wider countertop space to provide a folding area and a special space for clothes to hang. “The way I do laundry has been completely transformed! I can actually fold clothes and hang them now right out of the washer and dryer,” Meghan said. “The end result in the kitchen and the laundry/mud room was an updated light and bright space, with a smarter work flow that better meets the needs of this family,” Michelle said. “I would totally recommend Advance Design,” Meghan said. “Sometimes I sit and just look at my kitchen and laundry room and think ‘Wow, I can’t believe I get to live here!’ It’s an understatement to say we love our new space.”
Stunning Laundry Room with Mud Room and Dog Washing Station ~ Brecksville, OH
Stunning Laundry Room with Mud Room and Dog Washing Station ~ Brecksville, OH
Cabinet-S-Top
In this laundry room we reconfigured the area by removing walls, making the bathroom smaller and installing a mud room with cubbie storage and a dog shower area. The cabinets installed are Medallion Gold series Stockton flat panel, cherry wood in Peppercorn. 3” Manor pulls and 1” square knobs in Satin Nickel. On the countertop Silestone Quartz in Alpine White. The tile in the dog shower is Daltile Season Woods Collection in Autumn Woods Color. The floor is VTC Island Stone.
From Pandora's Box to Jewel Box - Laundry Closet
From Pandora's Box to Jewel Box - Laundry Closet
A Kitchen That Works LLC
A 55" wide laundry closet packs it in. The closet's former configuration was side by side machines on pedestals with a barely accessible shelf above. The kitty litter box was located to the left of the closet on the floor - see before photo. By stacking the machines, there was enough room for a small counter for folding, a drying bar and a few more accessible shelves. The best part is there is now also room for the kitty litter box. Unseen in the photo is the concealed cat door. Note that the support panel for the countertop has been notched out in the back to provide easy access to the water shut off to the clothes washer. A Kitchen That Works LLC
CASA CUBE
CASA CUBE
株式会社ハウゼ
上品でシンプルでありつつも温かさを感じられるパウダールーム。
Idee per una lavanderia minimal con lavello integrato, ante lisce, ante in legno scuro, pareti bianche e pavimento marrone
Bosch Laundry Appliances
Bosch Laundry Appliances
Baron's Major Brands
Bosch washing machines are so advanced they use 76% less water and almost 72% less energy than conventional models, with more gentle fabric care, superior cleaning results and quieter operation.
Texas Southern Living Showcase Home
Texas Southern Living Showcase Home
Geschke Group Architecture
Ispirazione per una lavanderia tradizionale con ante verdi e pavimento marrone
Niagara Laundry
Niagara Laundry
Design Platform
New Laundry Room and Mud Room with Wood Grain Porcelain Tile, Custom Walnut Bench and Built-In, Caesarstone Waterfall Counter above Washer/Dryer in Lagos Blue, Subway Tile Backsplash, and Apron Sink. Photo by David Lauer. www.davidlauerphotography.com
laundry room
laundry room
AXIS Productions
the existing laundry room had to be remodeled to accommodate the new bedroom and mudroom. The goal was to hide the washer and dryer behind doors so that the space would look more like a wet bar between the kitchen and mudroom. WoodStone Inc, General Contractor Home Interiors, Cortney McDougal, Interior Design Draper White Photography
New Life, New Home
New Life, New Home
AV Architects + Builders
AV Architects + Builders Location: Falls Church, VA, USA Our clients were a newly-wed couple looking to start a new life together. With a love for the outdoors and theirs dogs and cats, we wanted to create a design that wouldn’t make them sacrifice any of their hobbies or interests. We designed a floor plan to allow for comfortability relaxation, any day of the year. We added a mudroom complete with a dog bath at the entrance of the home to help take care of their pets and track all the mess from outside. We added multiple access points to outdoor covered porches and decks so they can always enjoy the outdoors, not matter the time of year. The second floor comes complete with the master suite, two bedrooms for the kids with a shared bath, and a guest room for when they have family over. The lower level offers all the entertainment whether it’s a large family room for movie nights or an exercise room. Additionally, the home has 4 garages for cars – 3 are attached to the home and one is detached and serves as a workshop for him. The look and feel of the home is informal, casual and earthy as the clients wanted to feel relaxed at home. The materials used are stone, wood, iron and glass and the home has ample natural light. Clean lines, natural materials and simple details for relaxed casual living. Stacy Zarin Photography
East Bay Remodel
East Bay Remodel
Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group
Williamson Photography
Immagine di una piccola sala lavanderia stile marino con lavello sottopiano, ante in stile shaker, ante bianche, top in granito, pareti blu, pavimento con piastrelle in ceramica, lavatrice e asciugatrice affiancate e pavimento marrone

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