A blogger apparently has found the solution to make laundry less of a chore: build a laundry room that is so rich that you never want to leave.
Mother of two and influencer Rachel Parcell, 29, surprised her a million followers on Tuesday when she placed pictures of her incredibly luxurious washroom, which has four washing machines and dryers, as well as marble countertops, freshly cut flowers and a lot of storage.
“Dreaming of spring and my washroom makes me feel full,” wrote Rachel, who lives in Alpine, Utah, along with her real estate developer husband Drew (34) and their children, in addition to the five photos.
Luck! Blogger and mother Rachel Parcell have stunned Instagram with images of her luxurious washroom, which she shared on Tuesday evening
Envy: the 29-year-old, who lives in Utah with her husband Drew, 34, and their two children, said on Instagram that her washroom reminds her of spring
Follow: Rachel, who is currently expecting her third child, regularly glimpses her beautiful home that she and her husband have built from the ground up
She added, “So excited for flowers and sunshine!”
The photos capture the room from every angle, with Rachel revealing a perfectly designed room with plenty of room for organizing, hanging, folding and everything else you can do with your laundry.
In addition to the marble countertops and countless drawers, the space has a large table in the middle, which contains two vases with freshly cut flowers, as well as a large pot plant.
There are several other flower-filled vases scattered elsewhere in the room – while a bunch of peonies is seen protruding from the side of a large farmhouse sink.
Four modern-looking machines – which are believed to be two washing machines and two dryers – are mounted in the storage room, with a selection of handy baskets above it, as well as a small hanging rail on which various children’s clothing items dangle.
The only thing that somehow looks unorganized in the room is a wheelie laundry basket that is placed under the central table, with a pair of perfectly white towels hanging on it.
View: the laundry room is fitted with marble work surfaces and offers an incredible view of the surrounding mountain landscape thanks to the many windows
Flower power: Rachel’s laundry room is also filled with fresh flowers and various potted plants
Inspiration: many people on Instagram joked that they could easily see themselves living ‘in the washroom’ – while others called the four washing machines and dryers
Two more of the baskets are placed under specially designed niches under the sink, while several wicker stools can be seen on the side, presumably there in case Rachel or a member of her family wants to rest, relax or just enjoy the space from another vantage point.
However, the room is not completely focused on laundry; there are various works of art hanging, and in a corner Rachel – or perhaps an interior decorator – has placed a framed notice board with various notes, photos and drawings.
Rachel, who has her own model line of the same name, also has a few sketches of what looks like her designs, and two glass jars filled with pencils and pens are next to it, suggesting that she uses the space to draw and plan new collections. .
Perhaps most impressive are the incredible windows that seem to cover three of the room’s four walls, offer lots of natural light and an impressive view of the surrounding Utah landscape.
Although Rachel, who is currently expecting her third child with husband Drew, simply noted that her washroom gives her “all feeling,” her followers were much more outspoken about the emotions that the space brought into them.
The Instagram post collected nearly 16,000 likes in a few hours, while hundreds of people shared responses to the post, with a lot of jealousy about the astonishing space.
Family: Rachel’s husband Drew is a project developer and contractor and the couple started building their house in 2013
Sneak peek: in addition to presenting specific rooms on her blog, Rachel, seen with her daughter, also offers a glimpse into her house through her daily posts on Instagram
Opulent life: the blogger, pictured with her son Bear, recently unveiled the inside of her main bathroom, which has a huge silver bath
“It’s incredible. I would wash all day if I had set this up! “a person responded.
Another then replied: “I think all your washing stress would disappear if it were to the washroom. Furthermore, beautiful !!! “
Others confessed that they would not mind living in Rachel’s washroom, with many comments that it certainly looked large enough to compete with their current homes.
“If you suddenly feel like you are completely in your washroom to live in this washroom for the rest of your life,” one user wrote, and another added, “This washroom is more beautiful than any other room in my house . “
“Her washroom is more beautiful than my entire house,” a third person agreed.
Some criticized Rachel for showing off such a lavish washroom, with one person commenting: “Can you tell me something about your donations to charities? I wonder if you ever feel guilty if you live like that while so many people have so little. ”
However, the critical commentator was quickly shut down by Rachel’s most dedicated fans, with one saying: “It’s not your business!” while another wrote: “She has explained several times and I think even earlier this week that she is donating 10% of her income to charities or to her church … but not that she owes someone a statement.”
Dream: Rachel’s pantry has a similar design to the laundry room and even has a matching farm sink filled with pink flowers
Organized: the room is filled with built-in storage, but Rachel hasn’t stopped that from decorating with a few works of art and various ornaments
Useful! The pantry even has its own oven and has a hidden cutting board that slides out of the wall
Food favorites: The snacks and kitchen supplies in the utility room and perfectly organized in various tupperware and acrylic boxes
Write on her washroom design on her blog, Rachel explained that she wanted to create “an inspired space” for both herself and her children.
“I wanted an inspired room to wash and work on art projects with my children, so I added a window to every possible square inch I could,” she wrote.
“There is just something with natural light that completely changes my mood. When we were in the drawing phase, Drew and my architect thought I was crazy, but they both apologized and told me I was right about the windows haha.
“I love that light to pour into this space and we capture our mountain view as much as possible.”
She continued: ‘I love the big island, it makes laundry painless and it’s so great for sorting colors and folds. My designers wanted the island to feel more like a vintage piece of furniture rather than a huge built-in, it is so much lighter in space because it is a table rather than a full block of drawers and wood.
“We went back and forth about whether or not we had to double it, but I am so glad that we did because we can get double the amount of laundry and we don’t have to wait for a load to be ready for a new one. to start.
Rub a dub: Rachel’s master bathroom has a freestanding bathtub, a beautiful vanity and even a spring-shaped chandelier
Note: just like the other rooms in her house, the bathroom also has many windows, giving you a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains
Spacious: the bathroom also has a lot of built-in storage, which Rachel has assured that she has furnished to perfection
Sweet dreams: even Rachel’s daughter’s room is an interior dream, with wallpaper with patterns, a beautiful flower chandelier and freshly cut flowers on the bedside table
We also nodded at our blue windows in our last house in this room. It took us three different paint jobs to do well. It was a kind of nightmare. It went from sea foam green to purple blue to this icy blue. Fortunately we finally got the color right! ”
Although it is the most recent interior post to storm Rachel’s Instagram, the washroom is not the only room in her house to amaze her followers.
The blogger and designer regularly shares images of her perfectly arranged interiors, and has recently posted photos of her vast main bathroom, her incredibly organized pantry and the bedroom of daughter Isla Rose.
Each of the messages has proved incredibly popular with its followers, each with tens of thousands of likes and hundreds of responses.
Rachel’s most dedicated followers have seen the blogger literally build the house from scratch after she began documenting the process in November 2013, when the expansive building was just in the early stages of construction.
Since then, the soon-to-be mother of three has been delighted to share various aspects of the interior design process with her followers, revealing her tips and tricks for achieving similar results in their own home, while even – in the case of the laundry room – sharing how you can copy her style cheaper.