My room on my last work trip was one of my favorites. The bed was super comfy, I had a lovely view of Orlando, and the design was pretty cool.
Although there were no labels anywhere, the room was set for accessibility. While I’m grateful that at this stage in my life, I don’t need the benches in the bathroom and such (as I have had to have in the past), I have to admit that I found the design worthy of images.
Having a bathroom one can hose down to clean is so smart. Yeah, I understand it’s built that way to help people in wheelchairs, but it’s still brilliant. And my favorite part? A closet right there in the bathroom.
My guess is that it wouldn’t be a great option in a home where things could mildew, but for traveling, when one doesn’t stay in one spot too long, it’s fantastic. Every time I showered, I opened my closet so my clothes could get some “ironing.”
I haven’t been that wrinkle-free in a long while. 🙂
And the coffee? It not only made great-tasting hotel coffee (usually I have to double up on the coffee bags to get a decent cup), but it made two at once. Or one. It was kind of a new experience for me, and I didn’t know if two would spew out if I set it to one, so I used two cups, but it was true to its advertising. Only one filled.
If Chris had been there, we could have enjoyed our coffee at the same time. So lovely.
Love it when people put just a bit more thought into the design of something.
**For the month of November each year, I try to focus on something I’m thankful for each day. It is the month that holds Thanksgiving where I live, after all. Focusing on the positive and remembering the little things that make life great is something I should do more often. If you want to see some blogs I’m thankful for, check out my main site, Word Quilt.