The back entry/laundry room was a cluster of doors, lacking organization and space, and always full of coats and shoes.
Adding a pocket door from the kitchen to the back entry and taking out the walls between the rooms and closet bi-fold doors made all the difference in opening the space and adding much-needed storage. The laundry room used gray woodgrain laminate cabinets and marble-looking laminated counter tops. The washer and dryer remained on pedestals for a better work height. Pulling the upper cabinets forward to the front of the washer and dryer, we eliminated a height challenge, so now the homeowner can reach the laundry soap.
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