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Element Construction
Locust Avenue Historic Renovation
Ideabooks35,123
Questions11
13. Store only clean, dry items in closets. Putting away clothes or linens that are still slightly damp can create the perfect environment for mildew and mold to grow, while dirty clothes and blankets attract fabric-eating moths. Keep your closets fresh and bug free by washing and thoroughly drying items
items before storing them for the season.
“Wardrobe” — sidandeoin
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Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
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Hillgrove Project
Ideabooks11,735
Questions5
10. Sort and store clothing. Don't let summer swimsuits and shorts take up valuable closet space year-round if you only use them for a few months! Shift warm-weather clothes and accessories to an out-of-the-way closet in bins with tight-fitting lids. And be sure to store only freshly laundered
“closet” — maryschanzer
Melissa Lenox Design
1 Review
Beach Street Office
Ideabooks17,725
Questions8
In this space, the white shelving helps to make the wall color pop while storing home office wares.What else can you think of to store on open shelving?
“Office” — sorenson1951
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks3,371
Questions8
Store your favorite serving pieces. It is certainly nice to have a separate area for your most loved pitchers, trays and bowls. By setting them aside, you lower the risk of breaking your favorite piece since the items aren't in the cabinets you shuffle through daily. p.s. Am I the only one who can't
can't find a good place to store tall pitchers? I think I've found my answer.
“hutch” — smache11
Joan Heaton Architects
Vermont Farmhouse
Ideabooks6,436
Questions3
Smaller crocks can hold kitchen utensils or flowers, while the larger ones are perfect for storing umbrellas or rolls of wrapping paper.
Very large pieces of stoneware, such as this 15-gallon vessel used to store umbrellas in an entry, may have handles.
“❤️” — mchristysl
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Hudson Loft, NYC
Ideabooks4,981
Questions5
take the time to look in antiques stores and online auctions near and far – and don’t be afraid to look beyond our shores to make that perfect statement. SMART STRATEGY: Industrial style has gone mainstream, so look-alike items have inevitably cropped up in homewares stores on and offline. There’s nothing
“I love the sharp contrast and the booth right there!” — Lowe's of Missoula, MT
sarah & bendrix
Holiday Decor
Ideabooks17,596
Questions8
change in circumstances meant a huge change in finances as well, so we prioritized which rooms needed things the most. We painted every room. Hardware stores often have a selection of paints in all kinds of finishes that were mixed for other customers and for whatever reason weren’t picked up. We found a
important to get that room as finished as possible. By looking for the big-ticket items at consignment shops and floor sample sales, frequenting vintage stores and estate sales, and combing listings online, we were able to stretch the budget and create a comfortable space that felt lovingly curated and not
“Floor” — Ryan Mayton
Wheat's Landscape
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Ideabooks38,413
Questions9
Take off outdoor furniture slipcovers, wash and store.You don't have to keep the washer going all weekend; you can spread this washing around your family's laundry needs.Check the condition of the covers and see whether any need replacing. A fun winter project can be finding a replacement fabric and/or
and/or sewing new covers yourself. After the covers that you're keeping are washed, fold and store them in a dry place.
“Very pretty pavers” — julieline
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