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ctoy10 wrote:Dec 16, 2014
  • megsmcp

    Also wondering....

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    Snoring Dog Studio

    I found a super easy way to make a bench cushion - get a piece of plywood cut a bit smaller than the size of the bench. Get some 3-4 inch foam (Home Depot sells it). Buy your fabric - you'll need to get enough to wrap under the plywood. Pull out your heavy duty stapler and then staple the fabric into the plywood bottom. It takes less than 15 minutes to make!

Deepa Doshi wrote:Dec 13, 2014
  • Oliushka Si

    I can sit on my daughter's stuva bench with no problems. (120-125lbs), not sure if it would hold more though.

J.T. McDermott Remodeling wrote:Feb 14, 2014
czarate wrote:Feb 7, 2014
  • Paulina V.
    It says so at the bottom of the description. They're "Stuva" by Ikea.
beckmyer wrote:Feb 2, 2014
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    Justine Sterling Design
    My all time favorite white-Ben Moore 'Decorators White', used the same on the walls and ceiling just different finishes.
jops12 wrote:Jan 30, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to 5 Mudroom and Entry Makeovers Add Function and StyleAug 16, 2018

    After: Gray vinyl flooring and clean white walls envelop what is now a bright, welcoming entry to the renovated basement mudroom. Stuva wardrobe systems from Ikea integrate with the white walls; Sterling and her husband use one closet for coats, and their children use the other. “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.Read more about this basement mudroom transformation

    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to Your Guide to a Totally Organized Home in 10 WeeksDec 30, 2016

    9. Entry. The entrance to your home sets the tone for how you and your guests will feel. It’s also your first line of defense in keeping clutter from encroaching deeper into your house. Start by addressing the outside, sweeping and cleaning the porch or stoop, steps, walls and front door. Inside, clear everything out of the entryway and then bring back only the essentials, focusing on things that will help organize coats, shoes, bags, keys and mail. Consider how you’ll handle dirt and mud getting tracked in, then focus on creating good flow into your home and introducing some style. Get the seven-day plan for an organized entry

    lizdurnan
    Liz Durnan added this to Transition Zone: How to Create a MudroomApr 27, 2015

    Seating. We’re often seeing bench space in mudrooms with pretty upholstered cushions, encouraging people to take off their shoes before they tread all over the house in their muddy boots. This light-colored upholstery would get very dirty in my house; decorate your space according to your needs and how your family lives.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    lacey_lynn17
    Lacey Capuano added this to Laundry RoomMay 22, 2019

    Tall cabinets flanking the bench Seating. We’re often seeing bench space in mudrooms with pretty upholstered cushions, encouraging people to take off their shoes before they tread all over the house in their muddy boots. This light-colored upholstery would get very dirty in my house; decorate your space according to your needs and how your family lives.

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    Steve Pat Burns added this to Living RoomMar 19, 2019

    bench, mirror, and coat rack -- makes sense in many styles!

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