Laundry room Cabinetry
These laundry cabinets were built for the Steers family Addition.
There was an existing 2nd flr hall closet that was only 2 ft deep due to the roof angle behind it. We raised the roof to create a tiled, 10×10 laundry room with a dbl. window.
These cabinets are made of prefinished clr. maple plywood with solid maple doors and face frames.
There are double rods in the left and right tall cabinets with 4 shelves above the center drawers.
The black granite counter tops have an interesting texture to them, like leather.
These stacking units are tough to install inside a cabinet due to the exhaust vent and the water supply box. Code requires that it be accessible for service so we put it inside the broom closet and the vent slides in to a foam donut placed in just the right spot.
We also had to install a drain pan with a seperate drain that tied in over 10 ft away to avoid soap foam backing up under unit and to help with odors.
Dovetailed drawers are made of 3/4" solid maple and have HD full extension slides.
Alberto helped me build this unit. He is a proud cabinet maker who loves woodworking like me.