A Laundry washing Room With Bunk Bedrooms and a Shower for Muddy Dogs

So during an substantial remodel of their home, the few incorporated plenty of functional space for washing and drying their animals, and for containing them when guests arrive. Using a former bedroom suite vacated once their kids moved abroad, the couple worked with Leroy Johnson of Four Brothers to create a dog-washing station, laundry room, mudroom and dog-bed area.
BEFORE: The side front door and laundry area got previously become run-down as time passes and needed new storage space and flooring.
AFTER: Manley helped reconfigure the poorly laid-out space, adding a dog shower and custom cabinets that includes a doggy bunk bed for Levon and Lucy. At 3 years old, the canines are sprightly enough to jump into the top bunk; the spot would go to whichever leaps in first.

The doors don’t secure and can be easily pushed open from inside. The cabinets are cherrywood that’s extra thick to take into account the frequent bumping from the big dogs.
Johnson cut into a normal interior doorway to create a trundle bed on four casters that rolls out for the smaller dogs. Maddie is seen here. He opted not to do a cabinet for fear of wear and tear to the slides. As well as the casters allow the homeowners to roll the mattress elsewhere as needed.

The new laundry area with a quartz counter helps make quick work of washing muddy clothes and folding clean ones. The mosaic tile shower skillet allowed a sloping design for drainage, and Manley carried the material to the rest of the shower. A teak counter lets the dogs get into and out of the hard tile pan more easily and offers a place where someone can kneel while washing the dogs. The ledge is quartz.

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