An Eclectic Charmer of A Laundry Room

Laundry rooms are the perfect spaces to explore a unique design aesthetic. We love this charming laundry room designed by homeowner (and notable Houston based Landscape Architect) Cedar Baldrige and Dylan Kyle Architects showcasing an eclectic design that is light years away from the dull and drab laundry rooms of yesteryear.

“ec·lec·tic adjective 1.Deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of success.”

The vibrant marrying of cute and sophisticated decor elements guide the almost dollhouse allure of this laundry room.

Bird’s Nest Egg Blue by Benjamin Moore is showcased brightly on bead-board walls, shelving and cabinetry immediately establishing  a captivating mise en scène.

A favorite antique market find of the homeowner, a vintage tole lemon chandelier, centers the laundry room with  a magical focal point.

Timeless Carrara Marble is cast as a luxurious backsplash.

A hint of practical utility , was chosen with the flooring.  Instead of tile, the durable and easy clean choice of linoleum in a sophisticated black & white checkerboard pattern is the star attraction. Linoleum is making a return to many homes via mudrooms and laundry rooms.

Open-shelving is combined with built-in cabinetry to provide a full spectrum of storage and display options.

Sleek stainless steel counters add a retro-vibe.

A double farmhouse sinks sits center stage — highlighted by natural light from an enchanting and petite round window.





Dillon Kyle Architects

At Home with Cedar Baldridge

Casey Dunn Photography


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