Throughout the month of July, we asked our facebook fans to vote for their favorite interior design styles in 3 different categories: mudroom lockers, bathroom mirrors, and porch columns. These facebook polls continue to bring out a lot of fun opinions so we are excited to share the results.
We totaled up all of the likes and commenting votes to determine the winners for these three categories:
Lockers are a great way to add style and functionality to any mudroom. In terms of style, there are lots of ways you can go. Everything from the hooks to the bench to the back wall can be customized. The winning combination features custom arrow-shaped hooks on a shiplap back wall with a wood-top bench. The top shelf is open, while bottom is divided for shoe organization.
At Cypress Homes, we love showcasing distinctive bathroom mirrors. Some of our mirrors are even custom made by our cabinet company. This gives us the flexibility to showcase different styles and shapes that perfectly fit the space. Every mirror is selected specifically for the space it in going in; this includes consideration for the shape, the frame material, and frame color. The winning mirror in this facebook poll was option B: A round mirror with a black metal frame.
One of the best ways to make a statement with your home's curb appeal is to include noteworthy porch columns. Like many of our facebook polls, there are dozens of ways you could finish your porch columns: cedar, stone, brick, composite, or a combination of these. Instead of asking about the different finishes, we decided to do poll on 3 of the most common styles & shapes for porch columns: cylinder, tapered square, or straight square. The straight square columns were voted as a clear favorite by our facebook followers:
Want to see more of our most popular interior design trends. Just look through our previous posts in our blueprints blog - we've been compiling winners once a month for the past 3 months.
If you aren't already following us on facebook, we'd appreciate it if you could give us a like and participate in our future interior design polls. Also, if you're thinking about building but aren't sure where to start, we created the "4 Step Guide to Building a New Home."
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This post was written by Brock Messner