We recently built a new combination powder room/laundry room and were looking for a way to (1) separate the two uses, (2) conceal the clutter behind the stacked washer/dryer, and (3) add some wood to “warm up” the room. We simply cut the Ekbacken countertop to the right length and purchased some C-channels from Home Depot to hold it in place. Very happy with the results.
Ekbacken 98″ x 25 5/8″ x 1 1/8″ Countertop, Dark Oak Effect
The room also includes a Godmorgon/Braviken sink and the Storjorm mirror with integrated LED lighting
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