Natural Laundry RoomContemporary Laundry Room, Adelaide

Designed by Jordan Smith of Brilliant SA and built by the BSA team. Copyright Brilliant SA

This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary l-shaped dedicated laundry room in Adelaide with a single-bowl sink, white cabinets, laminate benchtops, white walls, porcelain floors, a stacked washer and dryer, flat-panel cabinets, grey floor and white benchtop. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose a Washing Machine?22 January 2018

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Janet Dunn added this to Softly, Softly: Turning Down the Volume at Home22 October 2015

Laundry latherDespite many advances in noise reduction technology, laundries are typically the noisiest room in the house, with hard surfaces and hard-working appliances that run for hours at a time. TONE IT DOWN: Consumer and manufacturers’ verdicts suggest that front-loading washing machines are relatively quieter than top loaders. Front loaders spin faster, so clothes require less time in a noisy dryer. Many laundry appliances have noise ratings – if these are not displayed, contact the manufacturer for information. Building plans should provide for the laundry to be located as far from living areas as possible, and your choice of laundry flooring may be the key to a quieter wash. Concrete absorbs sound better than timber-framed floors. This laundry floor is Aquastep, a laminate wood product with acoustic and waterproof properties.

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HU-394447705 added this to laundry14 May 2020

laundry and toilet connected. Some door spaceing as our house

Olivia Francis added this to Laundry26 January 2020

stacked but bench on top of washer

dakinak added this to MIDORI LAUNDRY26 January 2020

cabinet next to washer counter in corner