The laundry room is a space in any real estate investment, however with the cords and hoses it is not necessarily the room in a house. If you would like to decorate your laundry room and hide plumbing, there are a few ways to make the space. Selecting a professional can get costly, but you can camouflage the majority of the plumbing yourself.
Conceal Plumbing with Appliances
Hide your laundry space plumbing behind your washer and drier. So that your washer and drier camouflage the hot and cold water faucets and the drier hose strategize the design of your laundry room. Normally the plumbing in a laundry room is low enough that you can use your appliances to hide plumbing attributes that are unattractive. Put a wooden plank between your appliances to hide cords extra pipes and vents. If you don’t have a washer or dryer, use a apparel, solid table or bookcase to hide the plumbing from view.
Store Appliances in a Closet
Create a storage place to hide appliances and your laundry room plumbing. Conceal the dryer washer and plumbing features behind closed cupboard doors or cabinetry. A little pantry cupboard or a hollowed-out shelving unit may save the pipes and appliances accessories, if your washer and drier are piled. For a traditional side-by-side washer and drier, use a coat cupboard or cabinets that are built-in to hide the appliances and plumbing. The plumbing will likely be of sight if you hide the laundry room appliances.
Create a Fabric Skirt
Sew or buy cloth skirting to disguise your laundry appliances and plumbing. Since washer and drier plumbing is located midway down a wall, then use a cloth skirt to hide the plumbing and appliances. Attach the skirting to a shelving unit over your appliances or a pressure rod between the two walls where your washer and drier are found. Lift the cloth curtain, when laundry appliances are in use and lay it on the washer and drier to access the pockets of the appliances. A cloth skirt works best with side-by-side washers and dryers.
Install Sliding Doors
Install hardwood doors facing your washer and drier to hide appliances and plumbing. This custom made project demands some carpentry skills, but all you will need is tracking a top shelf, wood panels and hardware. Paint the panels a colour or add stenciling to the doors. Doors slide open when you want to get into your washer and drier. Install rubber stoppers on the walls to keep the panels from scraping or scratching the walls.