Laundry Room Pictures From Blog Cabin 2013

A side entrance leads to the home's mud area, where both powder and laundry rooms provide space to tidy up before entering formal spaces.

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

"The pop of green that's woven throughout interiors starts here," says interior designer Jody Wiener of the room's fresh, vibrant wall color, paired with rustic-chic decorative accents and state-of-the-art appliances.

The closet provides additional storage space and houses a tankless, on-demand hot water heater.

A mini pantry, fashioned from reclaimed wood, keeps spices, vinegar and food stuffs close at hand.

Front-loading appliances include an Energy Star-qualified washer and an electric dryer with sensor dry and steam de-wrinkle features.

Driftwood-inspired and in keeping with the home's overall focus on a neutral palette, overhead cabinetry provides storage space for cleaning and pet supplies.

As a way to close off workspaces when company comes, a space-saving pocket door separates the laundry area from the mud hall and formal living areas.

A pagoda-shaped pet fountain bowl stands sculpture-like in the laundry room. Equipped with a charcoal filter, the fountain keeps water aerated and fresh.

A wall-entry pet door activates via a "key" worn on a pet's collar. The door can be remotely programmed via any smart device.

A custom cloak rack comprises stained poplar wood that complements dark stairway wood and wall paneling original to the home.

The handiwork of Alison Victoria and the Kitchen Crashers crew, mud-hall walls are partially clad in the home's original wall paneling, trimmed in stained poplar.

Convenient to outdoor spaces, a powder room takes its design cue from beautiful property views.

Grass-cloth wallpaper serves as a backdrop for a classic pedestal sink and a graceful wall mirror that reflects light and visually expands space.

Lending visual interest and connecting to serene coastal views, mint-colored glass tile forms a classic subway-style wainscoting.

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