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One of the great mysteries of sheltering in place is that, even as everyone has spent way more time at home over the past several months, the amount of dirty laundry has not decreased.
After Ela and her husband purchased their home in 2019, they spent about five months renovating a bunch of rooms, including their laundry room. Previously, the laundry room had a lot of natural light and all of the clothes-cleaning essentials, but it was also incredibly basic, filled with beige floors and standard cabinets and no real design details. Essentially, it wasn’t exciting, soothing, or enjoyable to look at.
But with about $5,000 and help from pros on the installations, Ela and her husband created a laundry room that’s about as luxe and relaxing as a room designed for chores can be.
The couple swapped out a standard, standalone laundry room sink for a farmhouse sink, and opted for a touch-on faucet for extra convenience.
The biggest takeaway for Ela now that she’s been through a whole reno experience? “Be patient!” she says. “I love the ‘after’ a ton. I really wouldn’t do anything differently!”
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Published at Tue, 08 Sep 2020 21:30:07 +0000