5 Quick Fixes: Clever Camouflage for the Washer/Dryer by

Issue 69 · Clean Sweep · April 25, 2013

5 Quick Fixes: Clever Camouflage for the Washer/Dryer

Issue 69 · Clean Sweep · April 25, 2013

Here are some inspiring ways to integrate that new (or old) washer and dryer set—especially useful for those of us who live in small spaces.

Above: Colorful barn doors hide the laundry, via House Beautiful.

Above: In the laundry room of Tricia Foley, the washer and dryer are concealed behind cabinet doors made from reclaimed pine. Photograph by Eric Piasecki for Martha Stewart.

Above: Eric Pike's NYC kitchen features a stacked washer and dryer next to a refrigerator, via Martha Stewart.

Above: In this traditional UK laundry room, the small-scale washer and dryer are concealed behind curtains; see Steal This Look: Traditional English Laundry Room.

Minimalist Built-In Laundry Room and Kitchen, Remodelista

Above: Suspended sliding base units in dark oak built by Antonio Citterio hides a linen closet and washer/dryer in the kitchen.

For more reasons to redesign your laundry room, sift through 57 Laundry & Utility Rooms in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on March 8, 2012.



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