To keep costs as low as possible, Rohan kept structural changes in his single fronted Victorian home to a minimum. He received lots of inspiration and advice from @ProjectPete and @redracer01 before unveiling the end result.
This dramatic renovation included removal of the old laundry tub, a new splashback, lovely large timber benchtop using Tasmanian Oak project panels and overhead cabinets. The finished result is both functional and attractive.
This very popular recent project with a budget-friendly pricetag was completed in just a day, transforming a basic laundry with a standard trough and no storage. The renovation included a new sink, cupboards, tiles and benchtop.
By utilising flat-pack cabinets and affordable timber benchtops, you can quickly and easily transform an old 1970s or 80s laundry. Red can show you how with his fantastic project visualisations using the Sketchup tool.
With a small, awkward space, creative solutions were needed for this laundry renovation such as hanging rail and a large benchtop for folding clothes. The attractive new design passed the ultimate test – a baby in cloth nappies.
Workshop community member @Gillgirl has lived in her house for over 25 years and took advantage of the COVID-19 lockdown period to tackle her first-ever renovation project. The professional end result should give inspiration and confidence to all first-time renovators.