6 valentine day kids craft Entry Design Photos

Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Kids Studio and Mudroom
Ideabooks3,901
Questions5
Day 4: Tackle a problem zone. Decluttering tasks: If you have a large household, consider adding extra closed storage — piles of coats out in the open look
Mark English Architects, AIASave to IdeabookEmail Photo Day 6: Beautify. Cleaning tasks: Wipe down surfaces; polish wood furniture. Decluttering tasks: Pay attention to what is kept out in the open in your entryway
ecky Harris added this to Basement of the Week: A Creative Space for Kids and Storage for All AFTER: Thinking about how her family bundles up helped Sterling track down the best mudroom organizing system. The children use one wardrobe
the bench contain baskets for dry shoes, and every family member has a drawer for gloves, hats, mittens and more. “People are amazed when they see my kids come in and put that stuff away, but it had been my goal for a long time. I pushed them for a while, and it worked,” Sterling says.Cost breakdown: Because
“Ikea wardrobe” — rorybasil
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Gerardi Home
Ideabooks7,216
Questions13
looking to base my laundry room/mudroom/utility layout based on those baskets. We live on a farm in Ireland and unfortunately have rain days more than sunny days!! Thanks again for the tips!! Amber
Can we do this in our garage?? Love the island in the middle, work bench, craft area, is this a waste of space??
“Perfection” — robella85
MuseInteriors
7 Reviews
Sue De Chiara's home
Ideabooks95,187
Questions19
The mudroom off the main entrance hall was carefully crafted to organize the odds and ends the family accumulates each day. Many of the rooms in De Chiara's home were inspired by the shelter magazines she reads voraciously, as well as ideas from friends' homes and hotel rooms she loves. Basket Liner
“Compass on floor, drawers for shoes” — 5036hank
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El Taller Gallery
Ideabooks1,984
Questions4
blanket is hideous, but I like the idea of using textiles to cover couches etc. Protects upholstery or leather, easy to throw in the wash when the grimy kids make a mess, good for adding color and texture, can change out for seasons. Check urban outfitters website for their tapestries. Inexpensive and pretty
surfaces. Incorporate sleeker materials to keep from creating a space that feels one-dimensional. More 'So Your Style Is':Traditional | Arts & Crafts | Hollywood Regency | Rustic | Old World | French Country Transitional | Contemporary | Midcentury Modern | Industrial | Eclectic | Coastal | Cot
“textture wall” — kcgingrich
Decked Out Spaces
1 Review
Inviting Family Mudroom
Ideabooks1,769
Questions0
cute wall decor for kids room that we could add to over time, each visit to St John for example
Must do those handprints while kids are still small.
Hooks for coats w each kids picture and handprint
Kid handprints...Kids art...day care
“Inprints heart shaped” — griffie
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Medina Luxury Home
Ideabooks2,931
Questions4
influences-deep, rich colors, wallpaper with bold patterns and velvety textures, and high-quality, detailed millwork-can still be found in the modern-day homes, such as this 7,500-square-foot beauty in Medina. The home's entrance is fit for a king and queen. A dramatic two-story foyer opens up to
I like the extra space for kids crafts
“Cubbies” — mgbernicker
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