This very popular 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.
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.
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.
Dina and Jake tackled this laundry project to make room for a dryer and create more bench space for a growing family. They used a Merbau panel cut to size for the benchtop and shelves, added Flatpax cabinetry, and hired a tile cutter from Bunnings to install a tiled splashback.
Overhead cabinetry created more storage in this European-style laundry