ISSUE 21  |  Cottages + Color

Steal This Look: Osea Laundry Room by Plain English

May 24, 2011 1:40 PM

BY Julie Carlson

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A couple of weeks ago we deconstructed Plain English's latest bespoke kitchen design (see Steal This Look: Plain English Osea Kitchen); today we're looking at the adjoining laundry room. For ideas on laundry sinks, see 10 Easy Pieces: Utility Sinks.

Above: The Osea Kitchen can be seen at Plain English's Marylebone outpost.

Above: A stone laundry sink is perched on stack of bricks; a clothesline provides indoor drying opportunities, and wood counters provide space for folding and sorting laundry.

Above: Canvas Clothespin Bag; $7.95 at the Vermont Country Store. Above R: Traditional Wood Clothespins; $4.59 for a pack of 50 at Amazon.

Above: Eclipse Cotton Clothes Line (200 feet); $7.87 at Amazon.

Above: Ceiling Clothes Dryer; made of fir wood with rope pulleys; £95 at Garden Trading.

Above: Wooden Scrubbing Brush with natural bristles; perfect for stubborn stains; $20 from Ancient Industries.

Above: The Beckel 100 percent unbleached cotton canvas Hampers come in two sizes; the mini (16 inches high) is $32 and the regular (24 inches) is $36; a set of one mini and one regular is $60.

Above: Slate enamel Washing Powder Box from Garden Trading; £15.

Above: Riess Enamel Measuring Jug from Austria; $40 at Ancient Industries.

Above: The quart-size Mason Jar Soap Dispenser is large enough to dispense liquid laundry detergent; $17 from Post Road Vintage on Etsy.

Above: Hinoki Wood Mat; $100 at Design Within Reach.