Have you been noticing the glaring needs within your home over the last few weeks? I know we have been! Being stuck at home is really magnifying the things that need to be fixed or improved around your home. Whether that means not enough kitchen space, your bathroom is too small, or you’d like a more convenient area in which to do laundry, all of these problems are now coming to the forefront. A local family discovered that they could no longer use their laundry space, and was ready to do something about it.
After having worked with Cabinet Discounters on multiple projects in the past, including their kitchen and master bathroom, the family once again returned to our Olney showroom. Again, they worked with designer Dave Humerick on this project.
Through some creative work with contractor Tomlinson Builders, Dave and the customers were able to push back a wall and create some new space for an expanded mudroom and laundry area.
Working along with Dave, the customers selected Brighton Cabinetry for their new space with Wabash door style and Maple Shade color. The countertops are Twin Arch Basento quartz from Creative In Counters.
Not only does this new space provide the family with a large area in which to sort, fold, and hang laundry, but it also gives them brand new storage options and a convenient place to keep shoes and hang coats. Conveniently located directly off of the garage, this room is now the area where common items can be placed for easy access. All of these brand new changes provide this family with a room which is both functional and convenient.
If you are like this family and need a new room in your house, then Cabinet Discounters is the right place for you! During the ongoing pandemic, we are currently offering remote consultations in order to ensure the safety and health of our employees and customers. You can sign up today on our website for one of these consultations, and you will be in touch with one of our experienced designers from the comfort of your couch! Our showrooms are located throughout the Baltimore-Washington region, and we are happy to still help you get started on your project during this time.