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5 Quick Fixes: Clever Camouflage for the Washer/Dryer

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 26, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Izabella Simmons last modified Apr 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 . 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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