With only four days until Christmas, we think now is the time to savor some of our favorite things.
Among them? Anything–and we do mean anything–by Andrew J. Howard Interior Design.
Laundry rooms and mudrooms in many homes can become forgotten spaces.
But, in Howard’s capable hands, they become experiences,
Spaces that blend as seamlessly–and importantly–with the rest of a home’s decor as the living or dining room.
Pretty color palettes and vivid patterns create spaces that feel special,
That make storage and laundry main events.
And, in some cases, are so charming they become multi-purpose office areas as well.
We don’t know about you, but we’re hoping Santa brings us a sunny yellow laundry room just like this!
Or, really, any Andrew Howard-designed space for that matter! What about you?
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