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Remodeling A Laundry Room

Updated: Dec 1, 2021

Remodeling A Laundry Room

Whether we like it or not, we all have to do laundry. But what if you could make the chore less awful by making it faster and easier? You can do it with a laundry room makeover.

The goal of a laundry room remodel is to maximize space and functionality. Whether your laundry room is tiny or large, there are things you can add to improve its beauty and utility, as well as make it a more delightful place to be in.

Waterproof Flooring

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Laundry rooms can become damp. It's unavoidable. Make sure the flooring in your laundry room is waterproof and resistant to leaks, spills, and drips. Waterproof luxury vinyl plank flooring, often known as LVP or LVT, will be one of the most popular flooring choices in 2021. It has the same appearance as hardwood but is more durable. When it comes to pricing, luxury vinyl plank flooring is comparable to laminate plank flooring, which is less durable.

Light up

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This is a simple, low-cost solution to liven up your laundry area while also upgrading it. Replace your old, out-of-date light fixtures with something fresh and trendy, such as recessed lighting or a sleek bronze or brushed gold fixture. You spend so much time washing laundry that you deserve to enjoy the environment in which you do it.

Additional Storage

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To match your demands, add additional storage options to the inside of your cabinets. Remove the doors to create open shelves where you may sort different types of laundry or have a basket for each family member.

Double Up Your Washer + Dryer

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For those with the space, adding another washer or dryer is also a terrific option. An additional washer and/or dryer could be a very inexpensive investment that pays off with enormous time savings for somebody with a large family who spends a lot of time doing laundry.

Add a sink

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A laundry room sink, not a kitchen sink, is the place to scrub muddy shoes or grass-stained clothes. A sink next to your washer and dryer is quite convenient, and adding one during a laundry room redesign is the ideal time to do so. Better still, a gleaming new faucet will give some decorative flair to your new sink.

If you are planning to remodel your laundry room, contact the Remodeling Contractor in Milford,CT

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