Jennifer Bishop, met her passion for all things design at a young age. She was constantly inspired by color and pattern and loved how a beautifully designed space could have such an emotional effect on a person. There was no question she would choose Interior Design for her career. Jennifer went on to attend San Francisco State University and received her Bachelor’s in Interior Design.
Jennifer Bishop Design was launched in 2003. It was founded on the principal that a home must function as well as be beautiful. A hands-on approach is taken with each project to insure every project is completed with precision. With a bespoke design style, talent and experience, projects run smooth and become a place, in the end, that a client feels right at home.
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Many would agree that the task of laundry could be a hair more pleasant should the spaces be beautiful to work in. Add a few time savers, handy storage and colorful details, and you may never have your wash loads stack up again.
Utility sink. A utility sink is a great addition to a laundry room. It makes a place to work on those stubborn stains and can also be really helpful for other household clean ups like rinsing paint brushes.
Stretch your comfort zone. Laundry rooms are a places you can take a risk and go a little bolder with your design choices. Brightly colored walls, wallpaper, a colorful mosaic backsplash or a fun patterned floor are all ways to try some new design choices — choices you might not otherwise make for the rest of your home.
Hang it up. A hanging rod is a great solution and keeps your ironing needs down. You can take clothing right from the dryer and place them directly on the hanger instead of wasting a step folding first.