Simple details change a space, taking a chore from drab to fab. Were it not missing a window, one would never suspect this vintage inspired laundry space was located in a basement. Homeowner Beth Schaleben started by selecting the perfect perk-me-up color based on Devine Color’s “Steamer” she had seen in a magazine. The skirted [...]
Elegance married to utility is an ideal union. If fixtures could talk, this galvanized steel washtub might have a story to tell. Near perfect patina made it ideal to showcase in a custom laundry in a Connecticut farm house. Using a bathroom concept, the washtub is installed like a vessel sink on a marble counter. [...]
What I learned from washing sheets (and more) with six specialty detergents — for Earth Day and every day. Some time ago I began to notice bed sheets that didn’t smell fresh even after they were laundered in my new front-loader. I hoped my new machine would correct a problem created by long-time use of [...]
Now you see it, now you don’t! Clever ideas to conceal a washer and dryer. The popularity of front loading appliances has given the decorating obsessed crowd (those who don’t want them to be “seen”) another area for creativity with the home design process. DD2 and I easily fall into that crowd. When she purchased [...]
A utilitarian space goes from drab to fab with a bold color choice Red lacquer cabinets are as hot as the summer Florida sun in this Rosemary Beach villa. Matching mini subway tiles form a tall backsplash and the vibrant color continues onto the counters. Red glass knobs don’t disturb the flow. The front load [...]
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