Many homeowners like the idea of having their laundry area in their master bedroom suite. Typically the washer and dryer will be in a larger walk-in closet, or adjacent to it in a dressing area. A reader writes: What is your professional opinion of having a washer dryer in a master suite closet? Just to clarify the master bedroom has 2 separate large walk in closets. Master bedroom closet features gray front-load washer and dryer tucked under cabinets. Dream walk-in closet features washer dryer combo hidden within built-in white cabinets with glass front uppers, accented with mercury glass pulls alongside a pair of seagrass laundry hampers.
What challanges will I have with placing a stackable washer and dryer in a moderate sized master bedroom closet. We’ll need a pan and drain. What would be the negatives to moving the washer and dryer to the master bedroom closet. I have the room, would not loose a lot of space. Has anybody ever heard of putting their washer & dryer in the bedroom closet? Has anybody ever heard of putting their washer & dryer in the bedroom closet? I do not like where mine is located & the only other space available is in the master closet. Any suggestions why this is a bad idea? Thanks!.
The washer and dryer were loud machines and no one wanted to hear them swishing and sloshing away at the dirty laundry. Which brings us to more experimental spots for laundry rooms The latest growing in popularity is to have a laundry room added to the master bedroom’s walk-in closet, particularly for masters located on the main floor. Whether you’re adding a master suite, remodeling your bedroom, or just outfitting a large existing closet, you have an opportunity to upgrade to a modern walk-in closet that neatly stores all of your clothes gently and accessibly. A stacking washer and dryer is probably the most desirable master closet amenity you can add. We are looking to do a remodel and move the washer and dyer into a walk in closet. I am curious of any concerns or issues regarding having a washer and dryer inside a walk in closet.
In Master Closet?
Homeowners are putting their matching washer and dryer on display. And in some homes a second set of washers and dryers has been added to large master-bedroom suites or guest rooms. Some front-loaders can accommodate a dryer perched on top, which is useful when retrofitting a small space such as a closet. I would like to take a bedroom adjacent to the master and turn it into a walk-in closet and dressing area, and use some of the space to enlarge the master bathroom. But I’m convinced that a large dressing area and closet will bring in buyers. I want to move the washer and dryer to the garage, remove the wall separating the laundry room from the kitchen and use that space to make my kitchen bigger. Our solution was to turn the laundry room into a mudroom and add a laundry closet upstairs in our master bath to put the washer and dryer in. One for the first-floor near the master bedroom and one upstairs near the kids’ rooms. For convenience, try to place the laundry room as close to your bedroom as possible. Measure your washer and dryer to ensure that your closet has ample space to comfortably accommodate both machines. Noise from the washer and dryer can be a problem for sleeping kids. Our house has a laundry closet on the second floor landing, but when we moved here we opted to use the basement laundry room primarily because of the noise issue for the adjacent bedrooms. We have an upstairs laundry for the kids and a main floor laundry for my husband and I. Our master bedroom is on the main floor. So you’ll just take the basket out into the bedroom to fold?
Where Should The Laundry Room Really Go?
The other two bedrooms share a bath that provides separate vanities. The upper level contains three bedrooms, the most elaborate of which is the master suite. The walk-in closet is large, even affording a place for a stackable washer-dryer unit. 1 Bedroom – 1 Bath. Washer and dryer appliances are also included. The Carolina is an open floor plan with a master suite featuring dual closets and a private bathroom. They also offer walk-in closets, utility room with washer and dryer hook-ups, individually controlled heating and cooling and an emergency response system. The master bedroom offers a walk-in closet for ample storage and the optional balcony adds an appealing outdoor space. Our spacious apartments provide generous closet space, well-appointed kitchens, and select townhomes have private patios. This two-bedroom, two-bath townhome has 1,543 square feet of living space.
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