1. Utility Room

Utility Room with a Belfast Sink Ideas and Designs

Classic Handpainted Laundry & Boot Room
Classic Handpainted Laundry & Boot Room
Kitchen Connection of Ascot (KCA)
This bespoke laundry and boot room is located between the garden and kitchen of this family home, creating the perfect space to remove muddy wellies or football boots.
Sartorial solutions by Mowlem & Co
Sartorial solutions by Mowlem & Co
Mowlem & Co
Beyond your dream kitchen, Mowlem & Co can create tailored spaces for your clothes too ... whether they’re coming on or coming off! From dressing rooms to utility rooms and from clever customised storage to elegant laundries, our expertise in bespoke outfitting can be put to work, whatever your domestic desires.
A High Impact Makeover For an Old Country Mill
A High Impact Makeover For an Old Country Mill
Richard Parr + Associates
Richard Parr + Associates - Architecture and Interior Design - photos by Nia Morris
This is an example of a country utility room in Gloucestershire with flat-panel cabinets, green cabinets, white worktops, a belfast sink, white walls and grey floors.
Victorian Country House
Victorian Country House
Laura Passey Interiors Ltd
Utility Room
Medium sized traditional galley utility room in London with a belfast sink, recessed-panel cabinets, beige cabinets, engineered stone countertops, beige splashback, engineered quartz splashback, beige walls, limestone flooring, a side by side washer and dryer, beige floors, beige worktops and wallpapered walls.
An impressive two storey extension
An impressive two storey extension
K Design and Build Ltd
This property has been transformed into an impressive home that our clients can be proud of. Our objective was to carry out a two storey extension which was considered to complement the existing features and period of the house. This project was set at the end of a private road with large grounds. During the build we applied stepped foundations due to the nearby trees. There was also a hidden water main in the ground running central to new floor area. We increased the water pressure by installing a break tank (this is a separate water storage tank where a large pump pulls the water from here and pressurises the mains incoming supplying better pressure all over the house hot and cold feeds.). This can be seen in the photo below in the cladded bespoke external box. Our client has gained a large luxurious lounge with a feature log burner fireplace with oak hearth and a practical utility room downstairs. Upstairs, we have created a stylish master bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and ensuite. We added beautiful custom oak beams, raised the ceiling level and deigned trusses to allow sloping ceiling either side. Other special features include a large bi-folding door to bring the lovely garden into the new lounge. Upstairs, custom air dried aged oak which we ordered and fitted to the bedroom ceiling and a beautiful Juliet balcony with raw iron railing in black. This property has a tranquil farm cottage feel and now provides stylish adequate living space.
Stamford Brook Traditional Shaker Kitchen
Stamford Brook Traditional Shaker Kitchen
Higham Furniture
Framed Shaker utility painted in Little Greene 'Portland Stone Deep' Walls: Farrow & Ball 'Wimbourne White' Worktops are SG Carrara quartz Villeroy & Boch Farmhouse 60 sink Perrin and Rowe - Ionian deck mounted tap with crosshead handles in Aged brass finish. Burnished Brass handles by Armac Martin Photo by Rowland Roques-O'Neil.
Worplesdon
Worplesdon
Holt
Boot room and utility area with bespoke built-in storage. A space for everything and more!
Design ideas for a country u-shaped utility room in Surrey with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, wood worktops, yellow walls, beige floors and beige worktops.
SHEPHERD'S BUSH LONDON
SHEPHERD'S BUSH LONDON
bellabunce
Contemporary cloakroom and laundry room. Fully integrated washing machine and tumble dryer in bespoke cabinetry. Belfast sink. Brass tap. Coat hooks and key magnet. tiled flooring.
Whalley - Private Residential
Whalley - Private Residential
Inside Studio Ltd
Photo of a traditional single-wall utility room in Other with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, grey cabinets, metro tiled splashback, white walls, a stacked washer and dryer, white floors and black worktops.
New Build by Natural Angle, private residence
New Build by Natural Angle, private residence
Natural Angle
Luna Cloud marble flooring. Bespoke Nero Marquina marble border. Materials supplied by Natural Angle including Marble, Limestone, Granite, Sandstone, Wood Flooring and Block Paving.
Grade II Listed Building; Full Rennovation
Grade II Listed Building; Full Rennovation
Simon Callaghan Photography
Simon Callaghan Photography
This is an example of a small contemporary single-wall separated utility room in Sussex with a belfast sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, granite worktops, white walls, a side by side washer and dryer, grey worktops, medium hardwood flooring and brown floors.
Open Plan Country Kitchen
Open Plan Country Kitchen
John Lewis of Hungerford
Beautiful blue bespoke utility room
Photo of a medium sized farmhouse l-shaped utility room in Berkshire with a belfast sink, blue cabinets, wood worktops, a side by side washer and dryer, shaker cabinets, white walls, red floors and brown worktops.
West Sussex Modern Beach House
West Sussex Modern Beach House
Lisette Voute Designs
Utility room with built in Shaker style cabinetry and practical overhead shelving with hooks. The crisp white quartz worktop is complimented by the soft earthy tones of the cabinetry, with bronze hardware and a Belfast sink. Photographer: Nick George
Listed building - utility room
Listed building - utility room
Stowe Building Contractors Ltd
Eric Orme - Place Photography
Design ideas for a classic single-wall utility room in Other with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, green cabinets, white walls and black worktops.
Flower Mound Transitional Modern
Flower Mound Transitional Modern
Urbanology Designs
This is an example of a large classic galley separated utility room in Dallas with a belfast sink, white cabinets, white walls, beige worktops, flat-panel cabinets, a side by side washer and dryer and grey floors.
Modern Farmhouse Phase III - Interiors
Modern Farmhouse Phase III - Interiors
Darci Reimund Designs
Design ideas for a large rural u-shaped separated utility room in San Francisco with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, wood splashback, white walls, light hardwood flooring, a side by side washer and dryer, white worktops, a vaulted ceiling and tongue and groove walls.
Home Renovation, Boston, MA
Home Renovation, Boston, MA
kelly mcguill home
kyle caldwell
This is an example of a farmhouse single-wall utility room in Boston with a belfast sink, open cabinets, white cabinets, white walls, brick flooring, a side by side washer and dryer and white worktops.
Contemporary Coastal New Home
Contemporary Coastal New Home
CVI Design - Carly Visser
Photo of a traditional l-shaped separated utility room in Grand Rapids with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, grey cabinets, grey walls, a side by side washer and dryer, grey floors and grey worktops.
Modern Farmhouse
Modern Farmhouse
Noelle Interiors
Jason Cook
Photo of a coastal single-wall separated utility room in Los Angeles with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, wood worktops, white walls, a side by side washer and dryer, multi-coloured floors and grey worktops.
Your Huntley, IL Neighbor’s Kitchen Renovation
Your Huntley, IL Neighbor’s Kitchen Renovation
Advance Design Studio, Ltd.
After six years of living in their Huntley IL home, Chris and Meghan were tired of their dark, dingy, outdated kitchen and it was finally time for a long-anticipated change. “The kitchen is the place where we live, it’s where we do everything,” Meghan said. “It was important that it be a space where we wanted to be.” Meghan loves cooking and enjoys including their girls in healthy meal prepping, this led them to want a brighter, more enjoyable kitchen with increased functionality and improved storage. For Chris especially, the laundry room was an entirely dysfunctional eyesore. “We had a washer and a dryer, but it was all kind-of cobbled together!” Chris said. “There were always laundry piles everywhere, we weren’t really sure what we wanted to do in there, but it was time for us to make a change.” The mess of the space was stressful every time they walked in the door from the garage each day. Kids’ backpacks and shoes piled up haphazardly in the makeshift boot-bench closet left the family feeling disorganized and stressed. They needed space for folding clothes and locker cubbies to help keep the family organized. Having known Christine and Todd in the Huntley community for years, Chris and Meghan were familiar with their work. “We already trusted them personally and having seen their projects for years we knew they did top notch work. After we reviewed the initial round of designs, we knew that hiring them was definitely the right choice,” Meghan and Chris said. Although Chris had done a lot of work in their home himself, the kitchen and laundry room renovation was such a large undertaking that he didn’t want to steal time away from his family to spend what would surely be many long weekends doing the job himself. “That would not have been a wise choice for us,” Chris laughed. “Our designer, Michelle was very, very, easy to work with; anything we wanted to see or weren’t sure about, she went above and beyond to make this easy for us. She was easy to get hold of and always quick to respond,” the couple said. Michelle pulled ideas that mirrored the couple’s taste and style and was adept at directing the couple to limited choices that didn’t overwhelm them and kept the process moving. “I have a hard time making decisions. Michelle made the decision-making process so easy. I loved how she listened to what I liked and then presented three great options for me to choose from,” Meghan said. The main objectives for the kitchen were better storage solutions, they wanted the space to reflect their lifestyle and taste, and they wanted it to last for years with low maintenance. One of the first steps in creating a more functional kitchen was relocating the refrigerator, creating an improved workflow for the busy family. “We didn’t know that we could even move the refrigerator to a new location where it is now, that was something that we never would have thought of,” Chris said. “The new refrigerator location makes the kitchen feel so much bigger. We didn’t add any space, but our whole kitchen with the new design just seems like it’s so much larger than before!” Meghan said. The perimeter mist colored cabinets helped warm and brighten the entire room, while the graphite colored cabinets on the island added contrast. Using this fresh, clean color palette satisfied the couple’s desire for a bright space that was the exact opposite of what they had before. Organization accessories were also added to the cabinets such as a spice drawer tray and roll outs to create hidden convenience. “I absolutely love the hidden spices – it makes cooking so much more enjoyable!” Chris said. “And all the pull outs, and the double trash bin, who would think you could get so excited about organization!” the couple said in unison. One thing they hated in their original kitchen was how dark the space felt. Added lighting on the ceiling with the new light fixtures combined with the lighter cabinetry colors throughout solved this problem. “Our new kitchen has this warm, almost cozy feeling that our old kitchen never had, it’s just a space that I love spending my time in now,” Meghan said. The light airy feeling was accentuated with the use of floating white shelves on either side of the decorative range hood. “We have so much cabinetry space, the new design is amazing we actually have more storage space than we will ever need,” Meghan said. The island was extended to create more work surface and added space for stool seating. “The new island changes how we live. Now the kids can be in the kitchen with us, doing homework, eating breakfast, and the three of us have special dinners there when Chris is working late,” Meghan said. The Carrara Marmi Quartz countertops were chosen because they are, not only beautiful, but are made from hard-working material that doesn’t require maintenance. The white subway tile backsplash that wraps to the ceiling behind the focal point cooktop range/hood compliments the crisp white countertops perfectly, while brushed brass hardware and light fixtures keep the design fresh and new. The couple had a few fears at the beginning of the project, as most homeowners do. Their biggest fear was being out of their kitchen and laundry room for an extended time. The crew made it very easy for the family to work in a limited space keeping the washer and dryer hooked up the majority of the time, and also getting appliances working with minimal downtime. “They above and beyond accommodated us to get us through the process,” Meghan said. “They did a great job making sure we were as comfortable as possible throughout the process,” Chris added. “Our project manager DJ did a great job. He was very good at updating us on schedule changes, getting guys in as quickly as possible. Everyone that stepped in the house was nice and did great work,” said Chris. They thought Advance’s carpenter was phenomenal and were impressed when he took a conceptual idea from a photograph and worked with designer Michelle to create a one of a kind range/hood that has become the topic of conversation with friends and family who visit the new kitchen. “He was in our house literally every day for several weeks. He was easy to work with and good at what he did,” Meghan and Chris said. The focal point of the kitchen; a hand-crafted, custom-built ventilation hood was clad with handpicked reclaimed barnwood. Advance Design’s carpenter built the framework and the cladding to create a one-of-a-kind design element that the couple loves. “I think it was especially fun for him to create something unique from scratch, showcasing his talent in this area,” Meghan said. “I love that my kitchen is not like everyone else’s. I got to pick out the wood on my hood and watch it being built and was able to choose what pieces of wood went where on it. It’s totally unique.” Red Oak flooring was toothed-in throughout the kitchen and the rest of the first floor anywhere changes were made. Then the whole floor was refinished to tone down the orange undertones in the existing floor stain, ultimately changing the color complexion of the entire first floor. The result is a completely new feeling to the entire home. Renovating the laundry room was extremely important to Meghan and Chris, but they had trouble visualizing what the possibilities were for the seemingly small space. Michelle produced beautiful 3D illustrations that helped them envision the space in a whole new way. “I must have told Michelle 100 times that I am a visual person, seeing the designs in 3D made it so easy to make decisions and see what we could really do with our space,” Meghan said. A dividing wall and doorway were removed between the existing laundry room and hallway formerly containing a coat closet, providing space to design specialized graphite colored cabinetry matching the kitchen island to house custom storage cubbies for each family member. Adding the tall utility cabinetry in the new laundry area helped solve the storage issue, tucking away cleaning supplies, household items, and even the cat got its own cubby. “I love how everything is now hidden in its own space. I can’t tell you how much I hated coming home and seeing everything sitting around on counters,” Chris said. Electrical outlets were planned for the inside of utility cabinets, so devices could charge in hidden locations. Stacking the washer and dryer allowed for wider countertop space to provide a folding area and a special space for clothes to hang. “The way I do laundry has been completely transformed! I can actually fold clothes and hang them now right out of the washer and dryer,” Meghan said. “The end result in the kitchen and the laundry/mud room was an updated light and bright space, with a smarter work flow that better meets the needs of this family,” Michelle said. “I would totally recommend Advance Design,” Meghan said. “Sometimes I sit and just look at my kitchen and laundry room and think ‘Wow, I can’t believe I get to live here!’ It’s an understatement to say we love our new space.”
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