20,129 rain boot Home Design Photos

Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Hammett
Ideabooks1,878
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cutest rain boots and cheery umbrellas on display, and hide the less attractive gear. Add something fresh and pretty, like a bouquet of flowers, to bring your space to life.
cutest rain boots and cheery umbrellas on display, and hide the less attractive gear. Add something fresh and pretty, like a bouquet of flowers, to bring your space to life.
more of a rain jacket kind of gal. But I can see these being quite useful in the rainier parts of the country, and it gives you reason to splurge on a pretty umbrella rather than the $6 one you found on clearance. Tip: Large vases make perfect umbrella corrals.
“Entry” — sisterdavia
Johnson Berman
Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
Ideabooks1,162
Questions1
pair of rain boots to keep by the door for running in and out of the snow. They’re easy to slip on and will protect your feet from icy, wet snow.
Rain Boots...great idea!
pair of rain boots to keep by the door for running in and out of the snow. They’re easy to slip on and will protect your feet from icy, wet snow.
“Rug/brick” — jasperindiana
DSA Master Crafted Doors
DC Metro Area Luxury Doors
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ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc.
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
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2to5design
Residential Work
Ideabooks972
Questions5
pull on rain boots at once. The handsome wood pew and its curved armrest give this Chicago entryway a vintage-eclectic vibe.
pull on rain boots at once. The handsome wood pew and its curved armrest give this Chicago entryway a vintage-eclectic vibe.
rain boots
“Mirror” — hubera1
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Ashli
Maillardville Manor-Mudroom
Ideabooks13,557
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Rocks in a boot tray to make it more decorative
Boot tray. Can also be put inside. Would also go
wire shelving and lower boot storage
Boot tray. You know the drill: muddy puddles vs. fresh socks. Muddy puddles always win. Keep them contained in a boot tray during the seasons of slush and rain. Tip: Take it to the next level and add some decorative stones. The water will sink to the bottom and you won't have the eyesore of a muddy
Muddy boots find a home on this pebble-filled tray where they can dry out, and the dirt stays contained. Now get inside where that cup of warm tea is waiting for you.
“Para las botas” — pcordovez
ZeroEnergy Design
9 Reviews
Craftsman Green Renovation
Ideabooks9,300
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open for boots and shoes on bottom
access. boot trays on bottom would be nice for shoes
equipment, rain boots and a prepacked handbag are all within sight and reach, as opposed to tucked in a closet or dispersed throughout the house.Up your productivity even more by packing bags the night before. Before turning in for the night, store computers in laptop bags, gather the kids' homework and make
“organization” — dtauguste
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
Ideabooks137
Questions0
their rain boots before entering the house.
“Very plain, squared off trim, but still looks nice. Would be simple to do.” — nelsonfamily23
Fine Interiors
2 Reviews
New modern railings
Ideabooks5,599
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pan for rain boots:)
boot rack...Boot tray...in the boot tray...
“Like the rocks in the boot tray...” — HUNT REAL ESTATE
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Closet
Ideabooks575
Questions0
This is what is needed for all our boots!
Don't have too many cowboy boots but it looks cool possibly something like this in mud room for rain boots along with some other boots
Need place for boots. Shelf or hang
Really simple solution for shoes and boots
idea for boot storage using normal shelves
Speaking of which... I need a few more pairs of boots to fill up a boot rack, but some day, I shall live up to the motto "She who dies with the most cowboy boots... Wins!"
cowgirl boots. She has around 40 pairs which she wears and uses as décor. "I need a 12-step recovery program!" she says. She has made a rule for herself to not spend more than $50 on a pair of boots. She finds her boots at antique stores and online through Amazon and Etsy.
“Boots” — belovedofgod
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