The laundry is purely a work zone but without storage will look cluttered and messy. Install clever cabinetry and storage solutions.
When planning your laundry renovation, consider the layout, cabinets, benchtops, splashbacks and fixtures. Innovative features such as a fold-out ironing board or a pull-out hamper can improve your work flow.
Think about where you would like your sink and appliances positioned. How many cabinets do you need? A full-length cabinet for brooms and mops is essential. A high cabinet is good to store chemicals away from small children. Think about cabinets for linen, towels and appliances. Consider a large pull-out hamper with a divider to separate lights and darks!
Measure your room dimensions including length, width and height to the nearest millimetre and take note of existing features such as plumbing, electrical points and window positions.
Our cabinets are constructed from quality Australian-made moisture-resistant (MR) board. We use the very best European cabinet hardware, including soft-close hinges and soft self-closing drawer slides.
All cabinet carcasses are manufactured from quality Australian-made 16mm MR board, including backs and tops, for use in wet areas.
Components are all computer cut and routered to ensure accuracy and consistency. All are pre-drilled and edged. No staples are used – every panel is screwed in place and every screw is capped where visible.
Standard cabinet sizes can be downloaded:
- Our standard flatpack carcasses: click here to download PDF
Sizes can be customised to suit your laundry renovation needs. Cabinet heights and shelving are fully adjustable.
We use the highest quality imported European hardware in the manufacture process. Drawer units are made with high metal sided drawer slides and solid 16mm drawer bottoms. Standard drawer units have soft, self-closing mechanisms.
Consider whether you would you like your laundry cabinet doors to match your bathroom cabinets. There are plenty of materials and finishes to choose from if you decide to select something different. For more information, visit our materials page.
Depending on your preference, doors can be finished in matt, sheen, satin, gloss or raw. Glass doors can be clear or frosted – we believe choice is everything.
Door Hinges and Handles
All doors are installed with Hettich hinges in standard or soft close. Handles are available in different styles, colours, sizes and brands.
As this is a work zone and isn’t in the public view, most people opt for more affordable materials.
You will need to consider the various colour choices available but also the style of edging to be used. For more information on laminate profiles, visit our materials page.
Engineered stone is a popular choice for luxury laundries. It consists of about 95 per cent quartz and 5 per cent polymer resins and colouring. It should not chip, scratch or stain. For inspiration, visit Ceasar Stone.
We are not locked in with any one supplier of benchtops, so we can provide you with any colour, style and finish at a highly competitive price.
While most people opt for tiles, the small space does allow for choice without too much expense.
- Porcelain or glass tiles are the most affordable option and are available in a range of colours, textures and sizes.
- Glass will add light and depth to the laundry and is sleek and easy to clean.
- Stone is an attractive and low maintenance choice. Granite has individual characteristics while engineered stone achieves a contemporary look.
- Acrylic Solid Surface is durable and scratch resistant. A cost-effective alternative to stone or glass.
For more ideas on custom cabinets for your Melbourne home, visit our Dandenong showroom at 222-224 Frankston-Dandenong Road, Dandenong South.