Marisol Delgado Mudroom 2018-09-05 09:57:41
3.Provide enough hooks. Make sure that there is at least one hook per family member (an easy alternative to nagging kids to hang up coats). Strong hooks are also great to get book bags off the floor. Use big hooks for heavy coats and small ones for umbrellas and hats. Don't forget the family dog! Have a hook for his leash. Hooks can also be placed on the back of doors. Hooks are a great way to tap into unused storage space- the walls and doors. Make sure the kids' hooks are at their level and the adults can use the upper space.
Sophia Fulton Mudroom 2018-08-31 05:25:29
5.Think up, way up. Build a custom cabinet up to the ceiling to maximize storage of out of season items higher up. If you are working with the closet you have, use labeled bins and boxes for seldom used or out of season items and store higher up. Consider adding an extra shelf above the existing ones. Could you double rod the closet - adults coats on the top - children's below. If you do not have a front closet, you must be particularly selective about what you keep in your entrance. Think seasonal - what do I really need right now? Keep things for this time of year and store the rest elsewhere in your house.
Marci Vasquez Mudroom 2018-09-03 06:47:44
Add a mudroom bench to provide a comfortable sitting place to remove or store muddy boots. It is most important furniture to keep your house clean. Choose a bench that matches the decor of your house. You can add storage to bench by placing bins, baskets or installing cabinets. Make sure that it don't have any sharp edges and its height is comfortable for all family members. Standing in the middle between the outdoors and the indoors, a mudroom is a useful room to have. Often connected to a rear or side door, typically the mudroom itself is not the actual way in to the house. Generally, a mudroom is often the location in which every person throws their boots and hopefully hangs up their coats, especially in winter time.
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