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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Laundry Room Demo - The Big Reveal

The big Laundry Room Reveal is here! I know you have stuck with me through the day by day progress of the laundry room and now I get to show you the final result. What started out as a whole lot of "I wishes" turned into reality with the help of a fabulous contractor. We have been using our new appliances for a couple of weeks and I have almost forgotten what it was like before - but not quite.

Here's a quick recap of our little laundry room transformation:
  • On Day 1 they demoed the area and moved all of the plumbing to gain our extra 6 inches of space.
  • On Day 2 they built the new wall and began drywalling the area.
  • On Day 3 they finished putting up the drywall, cut and laid out the tiles, installed the can lights, and assembled the cabinets.
  • On Days 4-5 the tiles were grouted, the drywall finished drying, the walls were primed/painted, cabinets were installed along with the filler, and last but not least the new washer and dryer were installed.
  • And last but not least bead board was just added to hide the ugly 220 volt outlet and some of the plumbing with a little access panel.
And with that - here's our new laundry room!




Concealing all of that necessary but unattractive stuff!

P.S. Sorry the pictures are a bit dark.....the bead board went up today and I couldn't wait a second longer to share the complete project with you. I hope you forgive me and have enjoyed the process as much as we have. With that I am off to find something to wash.....

5 comments:

Fryer Family said...

Yahoo! I've been so excited to see the laundry room. It looks so pretty. I love it!!!

Anonymous said...

Still shocked how fast everything drys. Now I think we need a little granite tops and we will be golden.

Dave

Brooke G. said...

It looks fantastic. I will bring over a few loads for ya!! :D

PRichards said...

It looks amazing! I love your choices of color.

Emily {Frilly Details} said...

Wow Melissa! That turned out amazing!!! Love the beadboard. Great job on the whole project!