Updated: Mar 6
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Gladstone Blvd N - Part 6
Last week we revealed the after pictures of the closed storage area and built-in locker units. This week we are so excited to show off the laundry room (to die for) and the ever wished upon butler’s pantry.
These clients knew that in adding two additions they were committing to not only a a hefty bill, but the decision to stay instead of sell, so we went with do it once and do it RIGHT!
This area ran the exterior of the house spanning the four car garage contracted by Tschida Construction.
Laundry Room After
The needs for this space were very specific from the client. Two washers and two dryers were a MUST and not debatable.
Another thing was a sink, but not a utility sink of old with a plastic bin and wobbly legs. They wanted to continue the built in look... which I loved because I already had a plan for the other side of the room that they got behind real quick.
There were a few fun design elements I was excited to do... first being wall paper. The client loved the idea and I knew instantly that Serena and Lily would be gracing these walls.
The second was breaking away from all gold finishes everywhere and distinguishong this space by doing mixed metal of gold and matte black, which we also included in the custom made laundry door sign.
Butler’s Pantry After
Like I stated last week, we moved the entry to the garage to the back of the addition so that it would feed right into the locker and closet area and we repurposed the old entry into a cleaning closet with stunning custom barn doors.
It was important that the butler’s pantry served as a second prep area for the adjacent kitchen.
The clients like to entertain and when they do again they want to have a drop zone or dirty area hidden from plain view. They also wanted a bar sink and a secondary fridge/freezer that was full size.
We made sure those things happens first and then we brought in the finishing touches in the lighting and back splash so that it was all function and no beauty.
We also thought that if the locker units were the island color of the kitchen and the laundry was the perimeter cabinet color of the kitchen we couldn’t introduce another color... so we though navy perimeter base and uppers for the reverse. Still ties in and really was a perfect choice for the area to juxtapose the beautiful barn doors.
TUNE IN NEXT WEEK FOR AN ALL NEW PROJECT!!
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