Recently I updated my kitchen with new fabric and furniture.
Since my laundry/pantry adjoins the kitchen I decided to continue the new look in there too.
|View from Kitchen|
I also changed the curtains that cover the under-the-counter washer and dryer to a Lee Jofa linen fabric. If you saw my post on my additional kitchen chairs you'll know that I used this fabric on a pair of parsons chairs too.
I kept the swing arm curtain rods for easy access to the washer and dryer.
This is the opposite wall with the tiered restaurant pot rack and part of my pantry cupboard.
This is the best I could do with the photo of the pantry cabinet. The room is long and narrow and I couldn't get back far enough to get a good pic. You get the idea though.
(I tried standing on the counter, lying on the floor, and I even tried to take it from outside through the window.)
It is an old cabinet. It needed a top so we added boards similar to the counter. To co-ordinate it with the corner cabinet we added rope molding and fluting on the sides. It's been perfect as a pantry. It has shelves and is just shallow enough so I can actually view everything I have stored inside. The wide doors also make it easy to access.
This last image is of my favorite feature in the room--the three framed prints. If you've been following me you know I'm always using architectural prints in my styling.
Below the prints is an urn with a boxwood ball, the books I covered in architectural prints, a vintage document box, and my signature finial and orb. I use these document boxes for storage in almost every room. This one holds small jars of labeled paint samples from my home. It's much easier to open a small container than it is to open -- and find-- a gallon of paint when I need to do a touch up.
So what do you think of this change up?