This 2011 home is in The Woods at Thorpe Creek neighborhood in Fishers. The original layout of the laundry room was not well designed – the washer and dryer extended so far into the room that it was difficult to maneuver to the cabinet and sink area.
- The plumbing for the washing machine and vent for the dryer were moved to the back wall. This immediately opened up the space and made everything more accessible.
- The homeowners chose maple cabinetry with a soft white painted finish. The cabinets are topped with a Cambria granite countertop.
- Oil-rubbed bronze fixtures, including faucet and cabinet pulls, complete the look.
- The porcelain tile floor – laid in a classic herringbone pattern – is the stunning finishing touch on this remodel.
Larry Greene is the owner of Case Design/Remodeling; email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit caseindy.com for more remodeling inspiration and advice.