Day rooms can be used in one or two of many and different ways. A few of these options are as a library, a greenhouse, a sitting room or a laundry room.
Illustrated here is a sitting space which acts as an extension of the lounge with cushioned outdoor reed chairs and a timber coffee table.
The Day room almost always has similar features anywhere on the planet; clear roofs, skylights, large windows, shelves, plants, among many others.
The windows and the clear roofing sheets are what bring in light to this little space that would almost always be mistakenly left a room without natural light.
The washing machine sits next to a corner sink on one side and on another rests a stand just enough to accommodate a laundry basket. A laundry line hangs on exposed roof trusses from one end of the room to the other, and this completes the space as a one-part laundry room.
For storage of detergents and other cleaning chemicals, flying shelves hang against a wall above a washing machine and a refrigerator, while potted plants help introduce nature and the outdoor to the room.
The beauty of this little space is that, apart from laundry, the owner has other options, options to either read a book and enjoy a glass of wine, or to entertain.