The laundry room also includes a utility sink for hand-washing delicate clothing items, antique black quartz counters, and high-gloss deep-slate-gray cabinets and drawers that offer storage for laundry essentials. The lacquered-looking cabinets add modern sophistication to this utilitarian space.
For this laundry room, Mark Warren of Warren Home Restorations Inc. wanted to combine efficient storage and ample light with pleasing design that would blend with the rest of the home. An apron-front sink makes a pretty stand-in for a utility sink. To the right, specially sized niches hold laundry baskets that make sorting and toting a snap.
Utility is the name of the game in this neutral laundry room. A stainless steel utility sink, sewing machine nook and a murphy-style ironing board create separate stations around the room, while white cabinetry offers storage throughout.
Granite countertops, a utility sink and simple white cabinets make this Scandinavian laundry room chic and functional. Laundry day is made easier with a perfectly positioned folding counter over the washer and dryer and plenty of storage space.
Who says a laundry room has to be dull. This small laundry room cleans up on style with its cute containers and fun artwork. We especially love the chevron curtain that covers the base of the folding table and utility sink.
A little wallpaper goes a long way in this French country kitchen, where toile and painted wood create a romantic backdrop. A frilly valence frames a small utility sink while glass-front cabinets allow for a functional display of kitchen necessities.
This small laundry room has everything you need to fold, fluff and iron. Custom shelving, pretty countertops and a small utility sink work together to bring some measure of luxury to the common household chore. A stackable washer and dryer frees up valuable counter space.
This pet-friendly mudroom features a space for cleaning wet pets, housing food and water dishes, and storing food, accessories, dog crates or litter boxes. "A large utility sink can be helpful for refilling dishes or cleaning muddy paws, as can towel bars or towel hooks," says Jeffrey S. Brown, president of J.S. Brown & Co.
Another reason to work with a designer on your bathroom renovation: using the existing piping will save you big bucks. Relocating utilities like the toilet and the bathtub are no small task: Designer Justin Riordan says it costs about $5,000 each time you move plumbing fixtures.