2,747 Coastal Utility Room Design Ideas
Bella Life Style
This renovated laundry incorporates an office function with plenty of room. to move. The pale blue cabinetry connects to the rug and chair, the natural wood flooring, wicker chair and baskets connect to add contrasting warmth. The light fitting is simple and well selected in natural and clear glass
Pacific Dimensions, Inc.
The Guest House Studio, ASID
Functional and spaces laundry room/mud room. Cabinets are painted Vervain Blue by Benjamin Moore. Tile is a 6x12 in a herringbone pattern. Cat comes extra. Photo by Amanda Keough
Cutting Edge Construction & Woodworks, Inc.
Basil colored shaker style cabinets and a subdued green on the walls make this a warm & inviting space. Photo by Scot Trueblood
SAPPHIRE SPACES l bulthaup Exeter
Laundry room. Designed by Valerie Lecompte. Photography by Nicholas Yarsley
Projects General Construction, Inc
Jim Bartsch Photograpy
Sliding Barn Door separating the Mud Room from the Kitchen/Eating area.
Forget just one room with a view—Lochley has almost an entire house dedicated to capturing nature’s best views and vistas. Make the most of a waterside or lakefront lot in this economical yet elegant floor plan, which was tailored to fit a narrow lot and has more than 1,600 square feet of main floor living space as well as almost as much on its upper and lower levels. A dovecote over the garage, multiple peaks and interesting roof lines greet guests at the street side, where a pergola over the front door provides a warm welcome and fitting intro to the interesting design. Other exterior features include trusses and transoms over multiple windows, siding, shutters and stone accents throughout the home’s three stories. The water side includes a lower-level walkout, a lower patio, an upper enclosed porch and walls of windows, all designed to take full advantage of the sun-filled site. The floor plan is all about relaxation – the kitchen includes an oversized island designed for gathering family and friends, a u-shaped butler’s pantry with a convenient second sink, while the nearby great room has built-ins and a central natural fireplace. Distinctive details include decorative wood beams in the living and kitchen areas, a dining area with sloped ceiling and decorative trusses and built-in window seat, and another window seat with built-in storage in the den, perfect for relaxing or using as a home office. A first-floor laundry and space for future elevator make it as convenient as attractive. Upstairs, an additional 1,200 square feet of living space include a master bedroom suite with a sloped 13-foot ceiling with decorative trusses and a corner natural fireplace, a master bath with two sinks and a large walk-in closet with built-in bench near the window. Also included is are two additional bedrooms and access to a third-floor loft, which could functions as a third bedroom if needed. Two more bedrooms with walk-in closets and a bath are found in the 1,300-square foot lower level, which also includes a secondary kitchen with bar, a fitness room overlooking the lake, a recreation/family room with built-in TV and a wine bar perfect for toasting the beautiful view beyond.
Pritzkat & Johnson Architects
Shore-Built Construction, Inc.
Photo by S. LeClair.