Okay back to the point here….sea glass or tumbled mosaic? I know you were split before and probably will be again, but please give me your reasons this time. Feel free to talk me into your fav! (And while you’re at it, if you want to exclaim praises over my savvy laundry room addition I won’t mind!)
I met today with the fabricator who will be working with me on designing my new craft room!!! Wahoo! I am so excited to see what he designs for me, and I will most certainly keep you in the loop as decisions are made. The first order of business is deciding on a laminate countertop. Uh…Beth, didn’t we decide this for you already in a poll? Why yes. Yes you did. You all chose Sea Glass which I love; it is so me. But…I’m scared. Will I hate the color in a few years? Will it look horribly dated? Is the surface too unforgiving for all my craft misadventures? I don’t know. Help! Your second choice was the Tumbled Mosaic which I also like and is much less of a risk.
Either way, I plan to use the colors of earth and sea in this room. I picked up this great seat cushion on clearance today and hope to find other discount beauties to match.
Speaking of matching, I just HAVE to share a tiny something with you that I picked up today that matches my laundry “room” perfectly! (This is the beauty of having blog girlfriends who just get it. Love my Hubs, and he does his best to feign elation over my finds, but he totally doesn’t get it.)
Do you see it??? No? You don’t have every item in my previous laundry closet post memorized? Huh. Well let me help you out. Do you see that glorious ironing board cover?
Here, let me give you a closer look…
I found this brown and blue cover for $2.99 at Gabriel Brothers today, and I squealed. It was a full blown piggy squeal and scared my children. For real. My three year old almost burst into tears! This ironing board cover was made for my laundry closet and at $2.99 I could actually afford the splurge.
I HATE ironing and avoid it at all costs. But if I have to iron, then it’s a comfort knowing that I can do it on a cute board!