From an old laundry room to a scandinavian style

Try to be honest with yourself and think which is the messier part of your home and if there is a way to make it brighter. It will probably be your closet, basement or laundry room. The next project shows us how we can transform an old, almost nonfunctional laundry room in a cleaner, more airy and stylish one, with a little Scandinavian accent.

The old laundry room had already a washer and a dryer, but not very clever arranged so they didn’t let any space for hanging the clothes.The utility sink was so grubby that you couldn’t actually wash your hands in it and all the lace was a little crowded and with a soiled aspect.The makeover of the room implies new technology and design. A new washer and drier were bought, so they save energy and water. The two machines are disposed on over the other so the room gets mush space. Now the owner can easily sort and hand his laundry.

The room was also garnished with a new shelving system for storage and a cleaned up sink for hand washing. The wooden walls were painted in white for a more lighten and clean aspect and they also were decorated with animal drawings, a stuffed dear and dear horns used as a hanger. After doing your laundry in this new clean laundry room, even your clothes will feel fresher, happier and brand new. Doing your chores wouldn’t be anymore a labor, but a pleasant activity.{found on Timothy Dahl}.



Published by in DIY Projects, on April 11th, 2012

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