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ctoy10 wrote:
bench cushion - Is the cushion custom made? thanks
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megsmcp

Also wondering....

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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!


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Deepa Doshi wrote:
Can adults sit on the Stuva bench? Did you have to reinforce it?
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Oliushka Si

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

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J.T. McDermott Remodeling wrote:
Light Fixtures? - Love the light fixtures! What manufacturer/model #/name and/or where did you purchase? What a lovely update!
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czarate wrote:
Love the cabinets - Where did you get the cabinets?
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Paulina V.
It says so at the bottom of the description. They're "Stuva" by Ikea.
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beckmyer wrote:
I love this basement redo!!! What white did you use? Thanks!!!
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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.
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Your Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske wrote:
Ceiling height - First I want to say congrats on an amazing space, the befores and afters are so great to compare, well done! I'd like to know the distance from floor to bottom of ceiling joists, as well as distance from floor to bottom of light fixture. Looks like it might be just above 7' but am just guessing. Thanks!
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jops12 wrote:
how?
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Becky 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, and the adults use the other. The bins under 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 Sterling is a designer, there were no design fees for this project, but construction totaled about $17,000 (including permits, demolition, asbestos removal, new work, new doors, trim, electrical, lighting, plumbing, painting, flooring and installation of everything). The furniture, rugs and other accessories cost about $3,500. Bench, wardrobes: Stuva, Ikea
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Steps to a Happier Weekend
8. Go through a Sunday-evening checklist. Preferably before dinner (or while it’s cooking), go through a short list of tasks to get your home in shape and yourself ready for the week ahead. There’s no need to run yourself ragged cleaning, but if you hit these main areas, things will be in shape for the new week:Garbage and recycling outLaundry folded and put awayClean sheets on the bed Clean towels in the bathroomDishes done and put awayFloors and surfaces cleanEntry decluttered
Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Entry Hall
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 messy, even when the coats are neatly hung on hooks. If you have children, make sure the storage is easily accessible and clearly marked. Cleaning tasks: The biggest cleaning challenge in the entry is dirt tracked in from outdoors. Rugs are your first line of defense against street dirt, so make sure yours are in good shape. If your area rugs are dirty, launder them; if they are getting worn out, consider buying new ones. Instead of choosing a typical doormat-size rug by default, consider if a larger rug or runner would better suit your space — a larger rug has more dirt-trapping power.
Liz Durnan added this to Transition Zone: How to Create a Mudroom
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 Room
bench, mirror, and coat rack -- makes sense in many styles!
Sanju Uprety added this to Sanju's ideas
Mud room - like the upholstered sitting bench with storage

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