Amanda Livingston Mudroom 2018-09-01 05:25:32
Is your mudroom, hallway, foyer or entry way making you mad? Do you constantly trip over everything on the floor? Is there no space to put anything? Or has your clutter been like this so long that you just pass by and not really see what your guests see? You may just spend minutes coming or going but this brief time can definitely set the tone for the start or end of your working day. Nothing says welcome like entering into a space where you feel comfortable and can easily store your coat, shoes and outerwear items. Think about your home's entry and incorporate these ideas to help keep it in top shape and keep you sane.
Anna Hester Mudroom 2018-09-02 07:58:23
Adding additional storage facilities to the home does not have to be difficult or costly. You can easily find furniture that not only stays within your budget, but also provides the storage you are looking for and fits in with its surroundings. If you are lucky enough to have a mudroom or utility room, you could look for mudroom benches and mudroom lockers for these particular rooms. The mudroom bench provides a comfortable seating area for you and your family to change shoes and dress up into winter gear. The bench also provides ample storage space underneath the seat for any items you wish to store. These items could include boots and shoes, other outdoor gear, or even small gardening tools. For a more comfortable sitting, you could add cushions to the seat as most of these benches are made from hardwood.
Dee Kelley Mudroom 2018-09-02 07:52:29
6. Watch out for wet items. Allow each family member to have only one pair of shoes out at a time on a boot rack. Once a pair is dry it should be put away. Wet mittens and hats can be hung by clothes pins on a line that runs vertically or horizontally--thread line through pins' spring, spacing them along the line, or use a pretty piece of 1 inch ribbon that they will easily clip to. Hang this mini clothesline close to a heat vent or heater. Again, once dry, these items should be stashed away.
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