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Basement Laundry Room

Basement Laundry Room

Bakeca Incontri RomaGreat! I love this ideas!Bakeca Incontri La SpeziaVery interesting article! Thanks for sharing!Britoo bad im only 18 and have no say over how the house is decorated. let alone the 2m square area of our laundry.If i’m ever wealthy im going to be so inspired by all of these XD because if you’ve got the money why not make every room of your home spectacular!Home ideasWhoa, very complete and looks greatCar Accident AttorneysThis makes my little closet of a laundry room look pathetic, haha. These are SO beautiful.Barry FranklinHow about something a little more realistic? Most people don’t have 20×20 laundry rooms. Where are the design ideas for real people?Detzwhy would someone want storage and a desk in a laundry room? it’s a laundry room…BeauI have a small problematic laundry room as it serves as the back door & main entry into my home. I have a corner lot and my driveway is on the side street. No one really has access to the front door unless they walk up the the public sidewalk and there is no parking out front. So.. my laundry room IS my main entry, tiny, and the first thing every visitor sees.RandWhy is the typical location of the laundry room so far removed from the bedrooms, either off the garage or kitchen or in the basement? Historically, the laundry “room” was outside, somewhere near the well, or perhaps in the spring house. Logical, because there was the source of water. With the advent of washing machines, it moved inside, but because drying was still done outside or in some space that did not interfere with daily activities, the laundry room needed to be close to an outside door (near the garage?) or in the basement. Because it’s difficult to keep going up and down stairs in homes were bedrooms are on the second floor, it makes sense to have the laundry room close to where most of the action is, like near the kitchen. But now that most drying is done by machine, there’s no longer much need for easy access to outside or some relatively unused indoor drying space. And if all essential rooms (bed, bath, kitchen, living/family) are on the same floor, does it not make sense to locate the laundry room close to both the source of dirty laundry and the destination of clean? Does it not make sense to locate the laundry close to the bedrooms, or even in the bathroom where dirty clothes are shed? With an existing home, one is pretty much stuck with the way things are without major remodeling; but if one is planning new, why preserve out-dated design conventions?Renee PalisaNo it doesn’t make sense to have the laundry room by the bedrooms. A dirty dog that needs to be washed off in the laundry tub or got sprayed by a skunk and needs a bath, paint brushes to be cleaned up or really dirty clothing. Makes sense to leave dirty clothing coming in from the garage to laundry room if you are someone who works in construction or tinkers and maintains the house, doeslandscraping, gardening, etc. and gets filthy dirty.nurses scrubs, mechanics or tradesmans overalls, pants, dirty boots, clean up after DIY, noise from the washer and dryer at night when the kids are sleeping, would best be left in the laundry room in the basement, off the back door or side door of a house. Often that is also near the kitchen presumably if your kitchen is at the back of the house.
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Basement Laundry Room

No it doesn’t make sense to have the laundry room by the bedrooms. A dirty dog that needs to be washed off in the laundry tub or got sprayed by a skunk and needs a bath, paint brushes to be cleaned up or really dirty clothing. Makes sense to leave dirty clothing coming in from the garage to laundry room if you are someone who works in construction or tinkers and maintains the house, doeslandscraping, gardening, etc. and gets filthy dirty.nurses scrubs, mechanics or tradesmans overalls, pants, dirty boots, clean up after DIY, noise from the washer and dryer at night when the kids are sleeping, would best be left in the laundry room in the basement, off the back door or side door of a house. Often that is also near the kitchen presumably if your kitchen is at the back of the house.
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Basement Laundry Room

In the Basement – A finished basement can be a great option for a laundry room. It’s out of the way of high-traffic areas and keeps the noise at bay. But if your basement is dark and dingy, then it’s probably not somewhere you’d like to spend a whole lot of time in. Pros: You and your guests don’t have to stare at the laundry, and you won’t feel pressured to rush to tidy up if guests drop by.
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Basement Laundry Room

Your laundry room doesn’t have to be a dingy, disorganized place full of cobwebs and dust bunnies. In this article, we’ll show you the first steps for converting an unfinished laundry area into a finished room. We’ll focus on the most useful upgrade—replacing your old laundry tub with a new, tidy countertop and sink. It involves rerouting plumbing in the walls and installing new cabinets. However, we won’t go into detail about cabinet installation, lighting, wall finishing, flooring or moving electrical outlets. A total laundry room makeover is an ambitious project, since it involves both electrical and plumbing skills. It’s not for a beginner. Altogether it’ll take four to five weekends to finish.
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Basement Laundry Room

Some of you will call this their favorite laundry room, some would be amazed by the cabinets; “what type of finish or metallic paint is it?”. The sink is close to the dryer and the washer, and there are two different levels of counter space. On top of that, the different counter heights and the lights under cabinets add to the overall stylish feel of this basement laundry room.
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Basement Laundry Room

The basement laundry area features a brushed stainless steel counter-top with a built in ironing board. The room lighting is recessed halogen pot lights on a motion sensor mounted in the ceiling. Four large drawers are labeled and sort soiled laundry into whites, dark’s, colors and delicates.
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Basement Laundry Room

An Entertaining Laundry Station With flat-screen TVs making entertainment centers a thing of the past, take that bulky piece of furniture and turn it into a convenient and compact laundry center. Remove and rearrange the shelving to accommodate laundry baskets, and install a clothes rod in one section for hanging clothes as you iron them. (For more, see the next three slides.)
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27. Managing laundry for a big household? Build a laundry sorter to hold everyone’s basket. View this image › hoosierhomemade.com There are many different ways to use one of these, and it all depends on your home and what works for you. If you’re washing laundry for someone else, you could put their clean clothes in their basket when you’re done, and they can come pick it up and take it back to their closet. Learn how to build this one here. ID: 6189301
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27. Managing laundry for a big household? Build a laundry sorter to hold everyone’s basket. View this image › hoosierhomemade.com There are many different ways to use one of these, and it all depends on your home and what works for you. If you’re washing laundry for someone else, you could put their clean clothes in their basket when you’re done, and they can come pick it up and take it back to their closet. Learn how to build this one here.
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To soften the walls and make a basement laundry feel like it’s above ground, hang floor-to-ceiling draperies made from creamy acrylic fabric. Intended for outdoor use, acrylic fabric resists moisture and mildew so it can stand up to any basement dampness. Fitted with oversize grommets, these panels hang on electrical conduit, a practical and inexpensive alternative to drapery rods.
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Fabric Softeners To soften the walls and make a basement laundry feel like it’s above ground, hang floor-to-ceiling draperies made from creamy acrylic fabric. Intended for outdoor use, acrylic fabric resists moisture and mildew so it can stand up to any basement dampness. Fitted with oversize grommets, these panels hang on electrical conduit, a practical and inexpensive alternative to drapery rods. Get quotes for home improvement projects from local pros.
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Easy Updates for a Better Laundry Room Make wash days easier in a smart, storage-savvy, and resourceful space. Here are 19 easy ways to get a better laundry room.
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A laundry room doesn’t have to be that dull, boring place where you only go to throw your dirty socks and t-shirts. You don’t need to be afraid of it. It needs to be comfortable, cool and pleasant and at the same time, highly functional. So if you’re looking for design ideas to decorate the perfect laundry room, the list below should be of great help.

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