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Closets to Go
drawers below hanging rods, with shoe racks below drawers
Lisa Adams, LA Closet Design
Los Feliz HIS/HER Closet
Variation of drawers and shoe rack
Long length storage with shoe storage underneath
Final rack 2
Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
E-designed Finished Basement for Sweet Family
Mud room shoe rack
shoe storage...Coat Rack
Diplomat Closet Design
Spaces w/ sloped ceilings
Add shoe racks under garment racks
sleep. (If you have closet painting planned, you will have to move them or sleep elsewhere until this is done.)Separate. Place all like items, such as shoes, belts and ties, into their own piles with room around them for you to get in there and organize. Remember to carve some paths out so you can get around
Patterson Custom Homes
Would like this on one side of closet with hanging rack and shoe rack on the other side
Thinking smile doors like this for closet that holds suits and slacks and formal / work shirts. Also think that shoe shelves would benefit from doors from potential odour perspective
Fantastic Family Home in Kitsilano
They converted that closet into a coat & shoe rack. You could make it all blanket shelving for our hall closet.
the couple found that it was not convenient to carry the stroller upstairs and into the house every day. So they converted the closet into a coat and shoe nook.Mudroom paint: Iron Mountain 2134-30, Benjamin Moore; mirror: HomeSense; mini shelves: Wall Pocket Shadow, CB2; clear vase: Simon Pearce; bird
Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
Like the slide doors, hanging clothes, shoe racks, drawers
in side details drawers racks
The Old Painted Cottage
What about the shoe rack and wall hanger? Where are those from?
Nice! The boot tray is from Target, oh and it's actually a bar/serving tray! And the coat rack is just two antique knobs joined with an old piece of painted wood, found at a flea market ; )
Place for guest shoes, coats. Like tray idea. Need storage for purses, scarves etc. Separate from mudroom - this for guests, mudroom for occupants.
Like something like this for back entrance. Trays for shoes. Small rack for hanging bags, hats. Clock. Nice bureau.
Wainscoting, chair rail, coat rack placement
3. Contain the dirtIf you have a shoe-free home, the danger is that every time people take off their shoes by the front door, the sand and dirt from the outdoors ends up creating a mess just where you don’t want it. Kids