Liveable, lasting, light and lush. Relaxed spaces, beautifully soft colour tones, simple yet stunning bathrooms any of which I would kill for (dying to renovate my bathroom it is driving me so crazy with all of its aggravating qualities). These are the works of Los Angeles based .
There is nothing like neutral, earthy colours that makes you want to stop, smell the flowers and hug someone. This family-friendly farmhouse in New South Wales, Australia by is a bit classic American, a bit Scandinavian and just about the coziest home I have seen in a long time. Understated, relaxed yet elegant. Always a winning combination that stands the test of time.
In December 2010, Nicole Lamac found her “forever home” in Victoria, BC. She’s been documenting the process over on her blog , and recently featured her laundry/mudroom and main floor bathroom renovations. They are FAB-U-LOUS!!!! Let me show you….
The bathroom was a peach nightmare, and had a terrible layout. They started from scratch with the plumbing so were able to redesign the space.
Herringbone carrera and white subway tiles…how could you go wrong with that?!?!
That was pretty freaking fabulous. Now check out Nicole’s laundry/mudroom. It started out as a 12′ x 10′ bedroom on the main floor.
And turned into this…
A window was switched out for a door. The floor is covered in 20″x20″ semi-polished porcelain with a look similar to polished concrete, and it’s heated. In the freaking mudroom. BOOM.
How about this cute little corner for jacket/shoe/mitten storage? Love it.
I can’t wait to see what she does with the rest of her house!