If the blue couch/bed should go, while we still have the leather couch, why waste a good mattress?
a good idea made even better - notice the glass divider so that 2 pair can go into the boot drawer
Huge container. Plantings include perrenials and biennials to have the ability to come back in the spring. Plants should be two zones more tolerant than where we live.
bench seat with storage under window?
Similar to its red neighbor on the color wheel, orange is an attention-grabbing hue that stimulates the appetite and flatters skin tones. It's an excellent kitchen color choice for those living in cooler climates, because of its warmth. But working with orange can be challenging, too — light shades tend to read as pastel and peachy. Those tones are fine for a nursery or kids' room, but in a kitchen I tend to favor bold bursts of pumpkin, carrot and tangerine. Just a little bit of these high-energy hues goes a long way and can make a room look busy, so they tend to work best in noncluttered, minimalist kitchens. Night work nicely against the blue hues of the slate flooring we'd like for the hallway - bridges Greens and Oranges in LR and DR
A bubbler is cool - in front by the lamp-post? Nice sound and draws the eye to our home which is nicer than most. (Our cookie cutter neighborhood has cookie cutter landscaping).
a screen for the screens in LR? Space is large and couch/tables can be pulled from wall to accomodate.
we have a closet so I'm not too crazy about going mudroom with hooks. The kids friends throw their coats on the floor now that green bench is gone. Kids are leaving. Not an action item.
I'd like to get rid of the bedskirt - appropriately named dust ruffle, but we've got to stash the table leaves flat. Where else but under the bed could they go?
shoe shelves below, bins up top
someday there might be a good way to pull out Dad's suitcase
Love is this could pull out. Real space saver and better view of pant options.