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John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
Alpine Ski Chalet, Norden, California
Sports locker space...balls bats gloves skates boards sup
extra storage for sport cleats and equipment
Sports storage, painted door
storage room for sports equipment
sport room idea...Sports utility room...Great sports room...Sport mudroom...Sport stuff...Sports storage
“Austrian chalet: storage room/garage” — swerd
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
new project
Does anyone know the dimensions of these cubbies? I'm wondering how much space I need to fit four lockers/cubbies in an entry way. Thank you.
Create the functionality of a locker room in your mudroom. For an active family, having a designated area for backpacks, shoes, and sporting equipment saves time generally spent looking for a missing soccer cleat.
The start of the school year also means after-school activities, which tend to include a lot of stuff. Keep sports gear, instruments, coats, boots and more organized by installing cubbies. Build them with different compartments for large and small items, and don’t forget
“open to floor, kid friendly” — dlwade24
Adrienne Nienkamp
Hunting Closet in Garage Addition
Great space for outdoor sporting stogage.
Need a place for storage of sports equipment like fishing, skiing, camping....some downstairs and some in outside storage spaces
Huntin/fishing/sports closet
Garage sporting gear storage
Sports storage
“Safe room” — vespesdean
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
17. Tidy up the sports-gear closet. To avoid tracking dirt into the mudroom, clean basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, baseballs and other sports gear outside. Use sanitizing wipes to clean baseball bats, lacrosse sticks and other sports equipment. After washing protective equipment with soft padding
“Storage” — marysally1
Brookstone Builders
6 Reviews
Brookstone Builders
way of displaying your sports passions is to pile your golf clubs in a basket next to your entry door. (Bonus: This location is practical should you ever need them for self-defense.) Tell us: How do you incorporate your favorite sport in your design? Have you found certain sports to be particularly convenient
convenient to be displayed?More:Baseball Decor Steps Up to the PlateBe a Good Sport: Build a Backyard Basketball Court
“We love the industrial-meets-rustic charm of this entry door.” — Altruwood
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Wurster House Addition & Renovation
5. Make room for everyoneIf your entrance is a dumping ground for school bags, sports equipment, shoes and jackets, a station like this could be the answer. Clutter-free zones are feel-good zones.
Kids after school/sport storage
not sure it fits
“Like simplicity” — vanderbilt375
Superior Woodcraft, Inc.
23 Reviews
Luxury Sports Bar
Luxury Sports Bar
sports fan
“Organised school bags etc Small room joining to garage?” — steven_cale
CD Construction, Inc.
2 Reviews
Deer Valley Mountian Home
otherwise dealing with all the stuff for winter sports. The entry should have a seat or two and finishes made to last, such as porcelain in lieu of ceramic tile.
Seasonal storage. Mudrooms can be the perfect place in which to store outdoor sports gear for all four seasons, with the right organizational
“ski boots by the skis!!” — coleenchase
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