Lou Henry Mudroom 2018-08-28 01:00:20
Work with your closet in the front hall: A place where coats may be hung, the majority of hallways and front foyers have a closet. The challenge lies in the fact that a great number of individuals reserve these closet spaces for any guests that might stop in. This is ridiculous. In order for every person who enters the front door to be able to hang up their coats before they get to the mudroom to drop them on the ground, stock this closet up with hangers; use your closet space wisely. It could be a different story to make your family do it.
Evangelina Olsen Mudroom 2018-08-24 15:34:06
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.
Amanda Livingston Mudroom 2018-08-23 04:00:49
Clocks. A great feature for any entry room into the home is a clock. This can allow guests to know the time when they arrive as well as let you know what time it is when you leave the home-and also letting you know if you're late for another appointment again. Whether you install a grandfather clock, a wall clock or a table clock, a clock is a fantastic décor piece that matches any design theme and is sure to work great for your homes mudroom.
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