I’m still a little bit giddy about my mudroom lockers. I can’t tell you how many pictures of mudrooms and lockers I’ve saved over the years, hoping to be able to recreate something similar in our home someday, but I can tell you that there are a ton of mudrooms to look at out there, and each of them is jam-packed with ideas. Let’s take a look at one of those mudrooms today. I’ve found five tutorials to help you make your own mudroom look and feel like this pretty space. Check out these 5 ways to get this look for less:
I squealed with excitement when I spotted this laundry royom entry in Apartment Therapy’s Room for Color Contest. The combo of turquoise and yellow is one of my favorite color pairings, for sure. Designer wallpaper, paneled walls, marble counters, gorgeous cabinets….this room has got it going on! Check out these 5 Ways to Get This Look
Guys, I know. Flooring can be pricey. And the options for flooring? Endless. You haven’t really learned to appreciate the word “overwhelmed” until you’ve visited a flooring store. The good news is that a change of flooring can make a world of difference in a space. And I’m not here to give you any bad news–the additional good news is that even though updating your floors with new materials can be expensive, there are ways to makeover the floors you already own. Today, I’m sharing five examples of how homeowners used paint to give their floors a new look.
As the days get warmer, I’m drawn more and more to the kind of colors that decorate beach towels and umbrellas. Sun-drenched rooms have the light to be able to handle saturated colors. This room by Holly Hollingsworth Phillips of The English Room was featured at House of Turquoise. It’s a good example of how a room with great natural light can support a bright, busy mix of color and pattern. Check out the tutorials I found for DIYing several elements of this inspiration room.