Laundry Room Hideaway

Let’s face it; it’s hard to make a washer and dryer look nice. And now that many are incorporating laundry rooms into the layout of their first and second floors of their home, they want to keep them out of sight. The solution? Cover them up as stylishly as you can.

“Barn doors will certainly conceal your laundry room and bring an interesting look to your home,” said Normandy Designer Liz Reifschneider. “The best part is your dirty clothes will be ‘out of sight, out of mind’, and you can leave the clutter behind closed doors.”

White laundry room cabinets with gold tone fixturesStylish sliding barn doors have made their way from the barn to a design statement in your home. With some updating of hardware and staining, barn doors can be contemporary and functional. And since they won’t need the standard 9 feet or more of space to open, they won’t gobble up precious space in your home, making them perfect for laundry rooms or utility closets.

If you’re planning a remodel or contemplating more extensive changes to your home, feel free to set up a time with Liz to talk about the possibilities. You can also learn more about additions, kitchens or bathrooms at an upcoming workshop. Check out the photo gallery or follow Normandy Remodeling on Instagram and Facebook for even more home tips and inspiration.


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