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We have no entry, and I have resisted placing hooks on the wall since in our case the hooks just invite cluttered coats, etc. I have found that without a "landing strip" we are forced to put mail, coats and backpacks in closet space or really just sort through it right away and toss the junk. The problem with our lack of entry is that there is no place for shoes. Any ideas for outdoor shoe storage? I wont put shoes in the closet because I can't stand dirty shoes in a closet with clean clothes.
Tips for Dealing with a No-Entryway Entryway Renters Solutions
|3/16/12 1:52 AM|
Loving that bassinet with storage underneath! Our initial solution was a co sleeper made by ArmsReach. We have a small two bedroom with a curious toddler and an older child, so it works best for us to keep the little one in our room. We have since given the co sleeper to a friend, and purchased an Ikea fjellse bed frame for our growing toddler. The twin size fjellse has been altered to trundle under our bed with casters so she will sleep there until big enough to share the other room. And the trundle can still be used later since it fits under the bunk beds in the other bedroom. Perfect for slumber parties.
Turning a Dinette Into a Nursette George Interior Design
|3/12/12 4:09 PM|
Two kids and two dogs in 760 square feet = Leather Couches for sure. We found two vintage Ekornes Montana leather sofas on Craigslist that have stood up to all of our "Critters". Also, We ditched our fabric upholstered chairs. Everything is washable, including window treatments and rugs. Any furniture that could tip over was sold or donated before this recent move. And the Sharpies are stored up very high where little paws cannot get them.
Furnishing the Family Room: How Did Kids Alter Your Choices?
|3/12/12 3:45 PM|