In the laundry room of our Summit Creek Project, we chose to paint the cabinetry black. Black is a neutral with a bit of edge. It feels bold, sophisticated, and pairs well with both modern and traditional styling elements. In this space we used it with Old World cement tile, beautiful wood counters, and woven textures that add color and pattern.
Builder: Split Rock Custom Homes
Photography: Rebekah Westover Photography
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We painted the cabinetry Benjamin Moore Black Panther. For more details and a step-by-step guide on how to paint your cabinets professionally, check out our paint e-guide. It makes the whole paint process quick and seamless, right at your fingertips when you need it for all your paint projects. Check it out here!
We paired the black paint with patterned cement tile and sealed wood counters. The look feels crisp and modern, but also adds a hint of European charm. A laundry room is a great space to experiment with color and patterns that you might not dare to use in the kitchen.
We finished the space with pops of warm color and texture from a vintage turkish rug, a pretty woven basket, a Turkish towel, and green succulents. Beautifying the space makes folding that laundry a little less paintful!
We love how this laundry room turned out. For more laundry inspiration check out our Brio Project Laundry Room, Villa Bonita Laundry Room, and Amber Fillerup Clark’s New Home–Laundry.
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