36,148 first aid Home Design Photos

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Shoe hanger as medicine cabinet
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you need them (like band-aids & ibuprofen)
shoe hanger as medicine/first aid cabinet
group similar items together as you see here: first aid items; dental-related products;
for extra toiletries/first aid stuff inside door of linen closet
Smart first aid storage on linen door
everyday toiletries, leaving no room for first aid and medicine: not things you want to have to go hunting for. I hung a shoe organizer on the back of the door in the nearby linen closet for easy access."
2. Be prepared for emergencies. Get your first-aid kit and home disaster kit in order. Make
rack to hold cosmetic and first aid items will end all that digging through a bottomless pit of old lotions and expired prescriptions. See the rest of this home
“for extra toiletries/first aid stuff inside door of linen closet” — juliesauve
Emily McCall
White bathroom
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medicine cabinet first aid kit for laundry
Accent tiles, first aid kit,
vintage first aid box
first aid kit...first aid cabinet!...first aid cabinet...1st aide kit
“Page's bath” — wolowski
Justrich Design
San Francisco Kitchen Redux
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store medicines in labeled box in kitchen or pantry to keep them dry and cool. Sort in a way that makes sense, and label: first Aid, Colds & Flu, etc.
in the morning. Instead, transfer your medicines and first-aid supplies to labeled storage boxes with lids and keep them on a high shelf in the kitchen or pantry. Sort them in a way that makes sense, and label accordingly. For example: Kids, First Aid, Cold & Flu.
in the morning. Instead, transfer your medicines and first-aid supplies to labelled storage boxes with lids and keep them on a high shelf in the kitchen or pantry. Sort them in a way that makes sense and label accordingly. For example: Kids, First Aid, Cold & Flu.
“Shelves” — scottsds
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
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Julie Ranee Photography
bathroom
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Company Small First Aid Kit - $45.00 » 1. First-aid kit. Too much stuff can be confusing to sort through in an emergency. Keep your supplies streamlined and well organized, and take the time to get familiar with each item in your kit before you need them. Taking a first aid and CPR course from
those with kids or elders in the house. modern dining room by blurrdMEDIA Add to ideabook by blurrdMEDIA Where to store it: Keep your first-aid supplies in a centrally located place (such as the kitchen or mudroom) for easy access in an emergency, and make sure every member of the household
blanket •Non-latex gloves (in case of allergy) •Scissors •Tweezers •Thermometer •Instant cold compress •Roller bandage •Hydrocortisone ointment •First aid booklet See the Red Cross for a complete list.
“Great for a child” — akersc23
Farrell Design Assoc Inc,
7 Reviews
Florida Home
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quickly •Basic cleaning supplies •A small tool kit •Healthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemaker •Pet food, bowls, leash, pet bed •First aid kit
in quickly Basic cleaning supplies A small tool kit Healthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemaker Pet food, bowls, leash, pet bed First aid kit
settle in quicklyBasic cleaning suppliesA small tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemakerPet food, bowls, leash, pet bedFirst aid kitThe Moving-Day Survival Kit: Lifesaving Items and Niceties
settle in quicklyBasic cleaning suppliesA small tool kitHealthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemakerPet food, bowls, leash, pet bedFirst-aid kit
“car” — Jane Childers
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Transformation
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neighborhood and see what I mean. Think of some basic things now so you can work with the professional and have them create a yard design you will love. First think about the hardscape areas: dog runs, patios, observe hardscape in your area, photograph and choose a few you like to show the professional. Go
other gear for cracks, tears and other safety issues. Update first aid kits for summer adventures. From bike rides to water slides, summer fun tends to come with a bit of risk. Be prepared to handle little emergencies with a well-stocked first aid kit at home — and toss a second kit in the car for good measure
“Sandbox” — Alex Neir
Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
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St Clarens renovation
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c ointmentSpace blanketNon-latex gloves (in case of allergy)ScissorsTweezersThermometerInstant cold compressRoller bandageHydrocortisone ointmentFirst aid bookletSee the Red Cross for a complete list.
Try putting together little “kits” of items that go together, so you can quickly find what you need. For instance:Kids’ bath toys and productsA first-aid kitHair styling suppliesNail care supplies
“Shelves” — spotty02
Heather Merenda
bathroom
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collection of First Aid Kits used as an art installation Heather Merenda © 2012 Houzz
For Kelsey and her collection of first aid kits.
In the bathroom, a collection of first aid kits is mounted on the wall. Paterson has been collecting these kits for quite some time, finding most of them at flea markets and antiques shops. Paterson says, "When you start collecting things, people start finding them for you." Some actually still have
Ready for an emergency in Vancouver. “When you start collecting things, people start finding them for you,” says first-aid-kit collector and artist Meghan Paterson. It’s true — once your friends know what you collect, they think of you when they see them and help your
“Emergency kit collection” — gfenr
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