Riverbottoms Remodel: Laundry Room Before/After
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Riverbottoms Remodel: Laundry Room Before/After

A laundry room that needed a fresh coat of paint and additional functionality!

We're so excited to share the before and after transformation of the Riverbottoms Remodel laundry room. There is a washer and dryer in the master closet , but the central laundry room went through quite a change. New countertops, cabinetry, and a utility sink were added to give this space a fresh update! See how we made the space more functional and gave it a crisp new look!

See more of the Riverbottoms Remodel by checking out the Living Room, Kitchen + Dining, Mudroom, Entryway, and Master Closet!

BEFORE

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AFTER

We wanted to soak up every possible opportunity for extra storage, and make this room design practical, so we wrapped the upper cabinetry around the corner. By raising the shelving above the washer and dryer we ensure there's enough breathing room to actually be functional. We extended the countertops along the washer and dryer so there's a flat surface for folding clothes, laying them to dry, etc. 

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Pro tip: use the White Wash Waste Basket as a planter! As soon as we saw it, we knew we'd be filling it with greenery. The woven base brings your spaces to life, especially in an all-white room. It pairs wonderfully with a Cape Town Cotton & Jute Rug. If you're looking for natural contrast and texture, this rug is perfect!!! Its durability makes it great for a place where you do a lot of standing.  

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SHOP THE LOOK 

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Studio McGee
  1. Love the end result. White, bright and fresh! By the way, I’m sure you guys have a content schedule of some sort like many other bloggers, but I can’t help and think that it takes away from the excitement of a reveal the fact that the posts of an individual project are broken up too far apart. I was confused when I saw the riverbottoms project today because I thought you guys were showing the Calabasas remodel. Just a thought. Some of us do follow your blog regularly so continuity is important. Have a nice day.

  2. Beautiful! I love the hardware – could you provide the information for it? Is it something we can purchase through you?

  3. How do you guys get the washer and drier pushed to the wall so far (ie, drier vent)??? Beautiful renovation, so clean and crisp and love how you did the cabinets!

  4. are those butcher block counters? can you share what type of wood was used and what stain? we are having a lot of problems finding a stain for our butcher block countertops. Thanks!

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