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Chic Chateau Showhouse – Details and Inspiration #3

Well, peeps…we’ve finally arrived at the very last installment of the Chic Chateau Showhouse series.  :(
We’ve spent the last two days looking at Details and Inspiration of the Living Areas, Kitchens and Dining Rooms, and the Master Bedrooms, All Other Bedrooms and All Bathrooms.
Today we’re going to finish up by looking closer at the Laundry Rooms, Mudroom, Offices and Bonus Space.
Laundry Rooms
and
Mudroom

House #1

laundry room via Worthing Court blog

The shelf running around the perimeter of the mudroom looked great filled with vintage finds and items that would be meaningful to a family.

Mudroom via Worthing Court blog

The door that you see leaning against the wall in the above picture, has been turned into a chalkboard.  Makes a great message center.

Door turned into a chalkboard via Worthing Court blog

House #2
Love the lantern filled with clothespins suspended from a vintage pulley.

Laundry room via Worthing Court blog

Can you read what the metal plaque says?  Lost Socks

laundry room via Worthing Court blog


Offices
House #1
Office filled with repurposed items via Worthing Court blog

Stenciling detail on the drop cloth draperies.
Stenciling detail on drop clothe draperies via Worthing Court blog

I was smitten with the office desk that used a vintage sewing machine cabinet for the base.
Vintage sewing machine cabinet turned into a desk via Worthing Court blog

The top was made from reclaimed barn wood.
Vintage sewing machine cabinet turned into a desk via Worthing Court blog
House #2
Office via Worthing Court blog

Another clever desk created using metal pipes from a big box home improvement store and reclaimed wood for the top.
Office desk using metal pipes and reclaimed wood via Worthing Court blog
Office desk using metal pipes and reclaimed wood via Worthing Court blog

This wall includes a diy sunburst mirror and shelving created using the same materials as the desk.
Shelving created with metal pipes and reclaimed wood via Worthing Court blog
Bonus Space
House #2
Bonus Room via Worthing Court blog

Love the use of shutters on this window in lieu of fabric.  Really works to draw your eye to the window on this awkwardly shaped wall.
Shutters on a window instead of draperies via Worthing Court blog

Stacked small tables create a bookshelf feel.
stacked tables look like a bookshelf via Worthing Court blog

Stacked wooden crates are another option for creating an inexpensive a bookcase.
Stacked wooden crates create a bookshelf via Worthing Court blog

Extras
All of the interior doors in House #1 were painted this charcoal gray color and had oval, brushed nickel knobs.  
interior door painted charcoal gray via Worthing Court blog

Awesome wall and ceiling treatment in the foyer of House #1.
board and baton walls and beadboard ceiling in a foyer via Worthing Court blog
A little chair with shelves on vintage brackets containing painted clay pots sat in a nook off of the foyer in House #2.
painted clay pots on shelves via Worthing Court blog
These mirrors can be purchased for about $24 at Walmart.  They aren’t very big, so stacking them on top of one another makes more of a statement.  The black frames have been pained with chalk paint.
quatrefoil mirrors painted with chalk paint via Worthing Court blog

This vignette filled an empty wall at the top of the stairs in House #2.
wall gallery with vintage shelf and metal accents via Worthing Court blog

A ginormous urn filled with natural goodies sat on a table on the patio of House #2.
Urn filled with natural elements via Worthing Court blog

And lastly, here’s another idea for affordable art.
Painted cabinet doors with large door/cabinet hardware attached.  The type of hardware that the designer used allowed one of them to become a fingertip towel holder.
cabinet doors with hardware used for art via Worthing Court blog
That’s it, folks.  My Thursdays are going to seem empty without posts about the Chic Chateau Showhouses!
A huge shoutout and thank you to Habitat for Humanity Restore for allowing me early access to these homes.
If you missed any of the other posts about these two showhouses, just click on the links below:
Foyers and Living Areas can be seen here.
Kitchens, Laundry Rooms and Mudrooms can be seen here.
Dining Rooms can be seen here.
Master bedrooms and baths can be seen here.
Other bedrooms and baths here.
Offices and Bonus Spaces here.
Details and Inspiration #1 here.
Details and Inspiration #2 here.
I’ll be linking up to these parties:
Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch

Meet Me Monday at You Are TalkingToo Much

Motivated Monday at Be Colorful

Tuesday’s Treasures at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Tabletop Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life

Tutorials and Tips Tuesday at Home Stories A to Z

Wow Us Wednesdays at Savvy Southern Style

DIY by Design on Wednesday

Uncommonly Yours on Wednesday at Uncommon Designs

Tutorials Tips and Tidbits on Thursday at Stone Gable

Open House Party Thursday at No Minimalist Here

Share Your Creations on Thursday at Kristen’s Creations

Inspiration Friday at At the Picket Fence

Overflowing with Creativity on Sunday at It’s Overflowing

Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper

Newbie and Newbie Graduates Party on Sunday at Debbiedoo’s

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Comments

  1. Suzy, I’ve enjoyed the tours. So many creative ideas. Love, love the stenciling on the drop cloth curtains. And how clever is that sewing maching desk? Thank you for sharing these homes. laurie

  2. I love this tour there are alot of great accessories to take in and they are so pretty.

    Cynthia

  3. Oh, how I want one of everything. Great tour!

  4. I love a good mudroom – that one is a beauty! The price tags dangling from everything are hysterical – did you buy anything?
    Kelly

  5. I have noticed the most common color you like is orange…did you know that people who like orange are usually thoughtful and sincere. Love your laundry room!

  6. I’m loving that ceiling! Absolutely gorgeous!

  7. Thank you for all of the tours! I have enjoyed them so much. That mudroom is a dream space! Thank you for sharing. have a wonderful weekend.

  8. What wonderful inspirations . . . Thanks for all of your work in putting this together . . . I really enjoyed the tour. I came up with a idea or two to try, too.
    Thanks again and Happy Thanksgiving.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

  9. Hello Suzy, I really like the tour and absolutely love the green art on the last picture, very inspiring.
    P.S. Thank you for stopping by and joining my blog :)

  10. i love the shutters on the window. thats a great idea, never thought of it!! thanks for sharing! :)