How To Hide A Washer & Dryer In A Kitchen

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$450
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Older homes, especially, tend to not have a designated laundry room. You might find the washer & dryer in the garage, or in my case, in the middle of the kitchen! Since my budget didn't allow me to move the washer & dryer out of the kitchen, I had to get creative!


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Not only was the washer & dryer in the middle of the kitchen, it only has room for a stacked unit. I wanted to make lemonade out of lemons, so I worked with the foot print I already had and came up with a way to hide the laundry & provide storage!

By working with a local cabinet maker, I created a laundry closet that disguises the washer/dryer but also looks more like a pantry to the unknowing eye!


My laundry might still be in the middle of my kitchen, but at least it's not so glaring! I blogged all about this process and the one BIG mistake I made during the process. To read about the laundry cabinet project, click here.

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