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Sarah Walker’s Laundry Room Refresh

Sarah Walker, Toronto designer and blogger for The Curated House, recently took on a personal project – her own laundry room. Sarah transformed her typical basement dungeon of a laundry room into a warm, inviting and airy space full of bright patterns and colours. During the renovation process, Sarah was on the quest to find a surface that would not only look great, but would also be durable enough when dealing with the family of four’s laundry needs. Her search was over when she found her Silestone countertops in Lagoon. We sat down with Sarah to talk about her laundry room refresh and how doing laundry doesn’t feel like such a chore in her beautiful new space.

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<p><strong>Tell us a bit about your vision behind the décor for your laundry room.</strong><br />
I wanted it to feel elegant – like a destination within the house rather than just a utilitarian space. I had several challenges to overcome, including a small space, a poor layout and the furnace and water heater creating an eyesore on one side of the room, making it feel very imbalanced. In the end, the new layout, elevated finishes and a clever system for hiding the furnace and water heater transformed this ugly duckling into a swan.</p>
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