I've now been able to add some of my red and white textiles.
The rods are Umbra Swing Arm curtain rods. I use them to hang coat hangers for some 'hang to dry' items, but also some of the quilts.
This room does not have a window so I have little worry about sun fading and will also swap out the textiles.
Above the plug in is a little vintage crochet hat pin cushion.
I put some vintage pieces on the bracket end of the rods for visual interest.
This is Looking in the opposite direction, the door from the garage.
The Little VIV (Vortex in Variation) is our new pattern - Click HERE. It's lightly pinned to the wall with tiny applique pins so I can easily take it down.
There are a couple of the redwork samplers in the room. I love these and have left room to add more to the collection.
The samplers were used when teaching/learning various sewing techniques.
This one has mending in the lower left corner.
Besides the utility (upper right) of button holes and hems, there are beautiful flowers, feather stitches and a monogram.
This one has a ruffle. It has hanging loops and is filled from top to bottom with techniques.
Here is a closeup of the top band.
This is the other side of the hall tree. My little quilt from Annie. So Annie, thanks for keeping me company during laundry!
The vintage kitchen towel was a find my SIL shared with me. The maker did some embroidery, applique and finished it all off with binding around the entire towel.
The little crochet reticule bag was a vintage find. It is comprised of very tight small single crochet stitches.
The red fabric is a reproduction Documentary Design (Authorized Adaptation Alsace 1830) from the Musee Des Arts Decoratifs, Paris. Done by Brunschwig and Fils in 1983.
I only have a yard, and will never cut it - so I have it out to enjoy!
I hope you enjoyed the laundry room tour.
Do you have a red room?