The Melbourne showroom of Austrian appliance company V-Zug was designed by Whiting Architects to resemble a domestic setting; here we take a look at the different elements of the laundry room to re-create the look at home.
Above: The showroom features V-Zug Washers and Dryers both individually and unstacked. Photograph by Tatjana Plitt, courtesy of V-Zug.
Above: The three-by-six-inch Ceramic Tile is from Subway Ceramics
Above: Corian countertops; see more in our posts Remodeling 101: Corian Countertops (and the New Corian Look-Alikes) and 10 Easy Pieces: Remodelista Kitchen Countertop Picks.
Faucets & Fixtures
Above: A black and white peg rail from the Gabrielle Laundry Set at Pottery Barn. The set includes various storage elements and is $359.
Above: The Clothes Rack with a light gray iron bar is suspended by two leather straps; €189 ($199) at Ferm Living.
Above: The Tapered Log Basket is $93 at Amara.
Above: The Brush Rack is made from oil-treated wood designed to hold household brushes on the wall; 298 KR ($33) at Iris Hantverk.
Above: The Folding Canvas Laundry Bin is £40 ($48) at Habitat in the UK. An alternate option is the Clean and Simple Hamper for $59 at Land of Nod.
Above: The Japanese Kake Houki Broom is €96 ($102) at Pantoufle Design.
Above: The Iris Hantverk Handbroom is made of oil-treated beech and dark horse hair; 150 KR ($17) at Iris Hantverk.
Above: The Black Metal Dustpan is 100 KR ($12) at Iris Hantverk.
Above: The Leather Fly Swatter is made with renewable beechwood and leather as an alternative to the plastic version; $18 at Schoolhouse Electric.
Above: Redecker’s Ostrich Feather Duster is $44.95 for the small size at Odgers & McClelland.
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