You can't see it in this picture, but there is a free-standing utility sink on the right side (next to the washer. It's one of those simple plastic-deep-4-leg sinks and those are typical melamine cabinets w/ trim.
AFTER: We moved the melamine cabinets to the garage (yes, we recycle when possible!). We bought those unfinished cabinets from Home Depot and stacked smaller cabinets on top to create a higher look for those tall ceilings. The cabinets measure 44" tall (not including trim). I distressed the cabinets and painted them black (see below for formula). We ordered a formica countertop from Home Depot (custom order with sink cut-out). This took several weeks and cost about $150 (my mind is sketchy on the actual cost). So plan accordingly for time. Of course, the old sink was donated to Habitat and we added a self rimming utility sink (~$85 from Home Depot). The faucet has one of those pull-out sprayer handles (~$30). We tiled the backsplash with white subway tiles, also from Home Depot and added cabinet hardware. The rug is from Ikea (thanks Mom!). The dog/cat print's are from artist Burns. They look exactly like our animals!! Washer & Dryer are Whirlpool Duet. They can be stacked or side by side. We did everything ourselves but the electrical. Of course, no project is ever simple. When we stacked the washer & dryer, we had to move the electrical plugs and I wanted to add a plug under the cabinets. Due to the dryer plug being a higher wattage, we paid someone. The electrician did several other things for us that day so I don't know the exact cost. If I had to guess, I'd say between $150-$200. Nothing is ever as easy as it seems!!