This spacious game room is easy to be in with gray walls, and is grounded by the red pool table. Abstract art and easy, modern furniture make it comfortable for conversation while waiting to flip the laundry.
With its gold chandelier and ornate mirror, this powder room (tucked away in a turret, no less) promises to give guests the *royal* treatment. A large wood vanity fills out the space, with clawfoot legs that complement the other traditional pieces.
Many of the rooms in this Hawaii residence feature walls that melt away, connecting the inside to the home's incredible surroundings. Here, the dining area opens up to the picturesque entrance walkway and pond.
Laundry room of the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a vacation getaway located in Truckee, Calif., minutes away from Lake Tahoe. The purple and white striped walls of this laundry room create a calming feeling, while the laundry sink is a great addition making this space more functional.
This sweet little seating area in the pines is perfect for dining al fresco, drinking your morning coffee or stealing away to read a book. The stone wall and raised garden bed provide structure and function in this multi-use space.
This view from inside the mudroom shows the transitional nook to the left, and the powder room tucked away from the main living areas to the right, located directly behind the stairwell to the upper level of the home.
Nailhead trim stools add extra seating in the living room when needed and can be stowed away under the contemporary table. Ombre curtains dress the windows, bringing the eye up and highlighting the abstract artwork.
A vintage trunk is perfect for hiding away clutter, while a pair of cacti are easy-to-maintain houseplants. Gray linen curtains dress the windows, and gold sconces bring a contemporary note to the living room.
Bring the natural beauty of the coast inside by incorporating beach-inspired elements, like this driftwood-toned wooden table and sea-colored glassware. The seascape painting above the mantel reminds you that the water is never far away.
Storage is essential in any home but can be even more crucial in a laundry room. Designer Sarah Richardson doesn't want to take away from the floor space, so she designs the storage as close to the ceiling as possible. The shelved cabinets run horizontal above the washer/dryer unit and provide the perfect place to hold towels and other laundry essentials.