Modernise Your Laundry Joinery in Central Coast with Trim JoineryMay 12, 2020
The laundry room is one of the most overlooked yet functional part of the home. If you’re creating your laundry design from scratch, it is recommended to consider your layout before fixtures or fittings. Designs can then usually be tweaked to accommodate choices. Custom joinery is a great way to create a highly functional space that flows with the rest of your home. It is advisable to design your laundry and kitchen at the same time. By using the same company to create both areas you’ll get complementing joinery as well as saving time and money. Below is a guide on how to modernise your laundry joinery in Central Coast with Trim Joinery.
Waterproofing Laundry Joinery
Washing machines leak, moisture builds up and floors can be completely ruined without correct waterproofing. That is why you need to consider a waterproofed feature in order to make your appliances and joineries durable and long lasting.
Smart Storage Solutions
You can never have enough storage, and the laundry is no exception. When it comes to laundry joinery storage solutions, vertical options such as tallboy cupboards, either hung or free-standing, means items like irons, ironing boards, vacuum cleaners, hampers and baskets can be easily kept out of sight. It is also a good consideration to utilise all areas, especially if you’re redesigning an existing room. Every awkward space can have its purpose; think about incorporating items such as towel rails, robe hooks, portable storage and unique shelving into those tricky gaps.
Combining your laundry and bathroom or kitchen is a great space-saver and it also means “wet rooms” can be built together, saving space and money. If you create a hybrid laundry and bathroom space, you’ll still have a great range of options both stylistically and functionally, while saving on the footprint of two separate rooms.
Keeping things compact is key, so choose a joinery that takes up the least amount of space. As a laundry joinery that is integrated in key areas of the home, you’ll need to consider ventilation, noise, installation and product selection carefully. You’ll need to look at the depth and width of troughs, ensuring you have enough space to fit certain styles and brands within the smaller space. You’ll often find these laundry joinery will include a combined dryer and washer.
If the kitchen is the heart of every home then the laundry is certainly the engine room. Whether it’s a minor upgrade or a total overhaul, the frequency at which your washing machine will spin as well as the sum of people it’ll produce clean clothes for should be the cornerstone in incorporating your laundry joineries. Look no further than Trim Joinery for such needs.