The laundry room!
Incidentally, our house was once a Bed and Breakfast; I found the old sign in the cellar when we moved in, so I hung it above the door. I have to tell visitors that we are always fully booked though!!
A friend gave me the old wooden clothes airer that hangs from the ceiling. It has been VERY useful during this wet weather.
I made the little fabric pelmet from a damaged embroidered tablecloth and the sheer gingham curtains are French.
My hub clad the whole room in tongue and groove paneling some years ago and I painted it in Farrow and Balls' 'Old White'. He also added the little shelf to break up the height of the walls.
The hooks are useful for storing my peg bag, wash tongs and shopping bags. I have just completed the one in the middle; made from a patchwork of vintage French linens.
The washing powder tablets are stored in an old enamelware rack.
I am hoping to see less of the laundry room - you can't beat washing dried by the summer sunshine....just hope it hurries up and arrives soon!
Antique French Vichy check child's dress.