This year interior designer Linda Woodrum went against the grain of mundane laundry rooms and enlivened the space with a sleek stainless steel accent wall and vibrant local artwork. “When you come up to the top of the stairs we have this amazing subway tile and we hung a cool piece of art on it and it’s just really beautiful with the shiny tile and the art,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
When choosing outdoor furnishings, “I wanted to make sure it was something that actually gels with bungalow architecture,” explains interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn, “which is arts and crafts and laid back.”
This charming, rustic container is actually concrete made to look like a basket in Danielle Rollins edible garden. You can find these containers and other housewares on her online interior design site.
Galvanized-style door knobs hint to thoughtful details found throughout the house. "The house is relaxed, and we wanted to do something a little different than traditional knobs," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.