Laundry room countertop over washer dryer Not having a washing machine and dryer in his 500-square-foot Montreal loft used to be a big drawback for fashion designer Sebastien Millette. So while he got down to redesign the area, he used to be decided to find room for them. He'd hoped to have a eating place among the U-formed kitchen & front room, however there simply wasn't sufficient room for a desk. That's whilst it dawned on him.
"Because the plumbing of the kitchen wasn't too a ways away, I figured having a washer and dryer in the kitchen made sense," Millette says. To remedy the issue of the dining table, he got here up with an idea to create one over the home equipment. .