Have you noticed sometimes that when you walk into a house and move around, everything kind of makes sense in terms of design. Often we can't put our finger to it what it is that makes us feel like that but it feels right. This is where the power of a well planned flow comes into play.
Here is a little open laundry design for quick and easy access. We know how many of us love a laundry which is hidden from sight (messy space...?!), but in this eclectic style house, this laundry nook adds a lot of character that binds different room areas together.
Combining a laundry and a bathroom in a same room or space can be a little challenging due to the functionality, design and layout but at the same time it is a great way to use space when you don't have enough room.
Can you imagine yourself spending half a day in a gorgeous bright bathroom getting ready for a brunch or just pampering yourself after a long day at work? Well, in this bathroom you definitely can and while you're at it, take a photo or two with this gorgeous bathroom design.
Black and white combination in Bathroom and Laundry design has dominated for quite some time now and is still very trendy. Small but interesting designer details can lift the whole look to another level and this is exactly what was achieved in this project and we are in love!
Sometimes renovating a laundry can be overlooked because more emphasis is put into bathrooms and kitchen. Laundry is a very practical part of your home and you can make the most of it in terms of design and functionality by keeping in mind a few simple ideas and tips.
There is something very special about encaustic tiles. These patterned tiles are so bold and distinctive, but at the same time remarkably versatile. Depending on the tile design and how it is used, encaustic tiles can look traditional, eclectic or contemporary and one thing is certain - they make a statement.
When choosing to renovate an entire house ,large or small, there are so many things you really should know, and creating a detailed checklist is the best way to ensure you have all your bases covered.
When space is limited- combining a laundry and a bathroom makes sense in so many ways – both rooms are wet areas and both require same sort of work and attention in regards to trade, design and fittings.