When it became obvious that we needed a new washer and dryer for the laundry room Barbara decided she preferred front loaders. That meant that we could have a work surface on top of the machines which could come in handy. But Barbara didn’t want to use the top of the machines. She wanted a nice, large counter to work on. This posed no problem for me as I’d built hundreds of countertops over the years. The problem was that a stationary countertop could be problematic when it became necessary to service or repair the machines. The laundry room was much too small to allow for the machine to be moved out from under a counter to be worked on. I designed a large counter that could be easily removed and placed in the garage during servicing.
The photo below shows our laundry room countertop and the link below the photo goes to the complete details including more photos, drawings, instructions, materials list and exploded views to make a similar counter for your laundry room.
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