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Three Legged Pig Design
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EDDIE House
Ideabooks3,514
Questions5
It is always a good idea to have everyone take their shoes off at the door. keep slippers at the door as a reminder for the family and
to start a no-shoes policy at home, try keeping a pair of slippers near the door and a bench and boot tray at hand for leaving outdoor shoes behind.
healthier place by instituting a no-shoes policy in 2014. Bonus: Your floors will look cleaner longer, so you can spend less time with the vacuum and mop.
5. Leave shoes at the door. All sorts of nasty stuff, from pesticides to asphalt, comes in on the bottom of our shoes — make your home a cleaner, healthier
“Leave shoes at the door.” — Laura GaskillGaskill’s ideabook is full of easy things we can do to lessen our carbon footprints, make our lives a little
“More like Clinton 2” — katjapasley
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Bluebell Home
Ideabooks294
Questions0
shoe sign...Take off shoes...Please remove your shoes and
“words” — simtan
Zugai Strudwick Architects
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Zen's House
Ideabooks100K
Questions15
The Adderleys have a no-shoes-indoors policy, so Zenya built this ingenious drawer system into the stairs to store all their footwear.
Adderleys have a no-shoes-indoors policy, so Zenya built this ingenious drawer system into the stairs to store all their footwear.
need to separate and segregate certain items, such as kids’ and adults’ shoes.
the fact that it is a stairs shoe rack...no shoes alk over the house
“Storage space” — sekhar27
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Crown Hill Remodel
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Storage and somewhere to sit whilst taking shoes off.
or seats are important in encouraging shoe removal. You don't have to go overboard...
2. Start a no-shoes policy and beef up doormats. Keep dust, pollen
encouraging visitors to slip off their shoes at the door. Provide ample interior and exterior doormats to trap shoe muck and a basketful of slippers for
Not a lot of space for a mudroom? Adding seating with cubbies for shoes just inside the door creates a great landing spot without taking up much room
“Beautiful kitchen back door” — angelacarbonellmulligan
Kara Weik
Kara Weik © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks4,195
Questions4
white baseboards with stained shoe molding
Do use the exhaust fans over the stove and in the bathroom.Make a no-shoes policy.
“All white” — kelliekwei
Julie Dasher Rugs
5 Reviews
Bar Chart Bliss Rug
Ideabooks6,319
Questions6
place for small sharp (scratchy) items to be dislodged before the person's shoes come in contact with the hardwood floor.
the area at large.Tip: No time like the present to enact a sensible no-shoes policy if you've been thinking along those lines. This is a great way to prevent
“Gostei do tapete” — mostorto
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Georgia Perry © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks889
Questions3
This is like a snapshot from my shoe closet
spaces are off-limits to guests, or if you have any house rules (like a no-shoes policy), include them in your home reference binder and do what you can around
reads "Help yourself!" would be a nice way to encourage guests to remove shoes. For a room you want to keep guests out of, a lock on the door is probably
A place at the door for shoes!...way to encourage guests to remove shoes
“Boot rack” — kellylaws
A+B KASHA Designs
a+b kasha
Ideabooks54
Questions0
table outside of my bedroom to drop all of the day's distractions (cell phone, work shit) and shoes
Leave your shoes at the door. Now that your bedroom is clutter-free and clean, it's time to commit to keeping it that way. Start a no-shoes policy — in your
no shoes, cells in the house
“Wall and trim color” — Whitney Forman-Cook
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