The dining room is just off the living room. Based on its current state, it should really be called the bar cart room because that's its only function right now. The room is bathed in sunshine from 3 large windows throughout the day, so that's a big plus.
I'm toying with the idea of keeping the walls white and adding a deep color on the ceiling:
That's about all I've got for the dining room. Furniture, textiles, lighting, paint...all needed.
Ideas are welcome.
Just around the corner from the dining room is the laundry room, which leaves a lot to be desired aesthetically. But, it's a whole room designated just for laundry! I can't complain too much.
The laundry room is about 8' x 7', so more than enough space for laundry and cleaning supplies once I get a more useful and efficient spacial plan in place.
pendants, fabric, tile, trashcan, sink, faucet, drying rack tutorial, wire baskets, washer & dryer)
I'd like to replace the older washer and dryer for a more energy-efficient pair, while also building a hanging drying rack for sweaters and delicates. As a nod to the age of our house, I'd love to use mint green linoleum tile, which happens to be a eco-friendly material. Linoleum tile, unlike vinyl tile, is entirely composed of renewable materials and, let's be honest, that's pretty darn cool.
I'll probably add a dash of pattern with the Bloomsbury Parchment fabric for roman shades on the door and small window in the laundry room. And like that, a utility space like a laundry room becomes more pleasant and cheery.
What do you think the plans I've made (for the laundry room) and the non-plans I've made (for the dining room)? Be a pal and share your thoughts for the dining room because I'm at a loss.
Tomorrow, we switch gears and discuss bathrooms!