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Lissa Gotwals

Country brick floor mudroom photo in Raleigh with white walls —  Houzz
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maggiemay19 wrote:September 11, 2015
ahuntermcl wrote:September 3, 2015
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    Alys Design
    I rigged that from components bought at Brimfield Market in MA. I believe they were vintage factory components...some of the trays have silver polish on them and I think we're used in a utensil factory.
Jean Bernard wrote:July 15, 2015
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    Alys Design

    Etsy! Try searching "vintage locker baskets".

timjan wrote:February 25, 2017
    rysanders wrote:November 19, 2016

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Bryan Anthony added this to 50 Marvelous Mudrooms With Ample StorageNovember 5, 2018

      40. The bricks used for the floor of this North Carolina mudroom were salvaged onsite. The space was created by designer Alys Protzman of Alys Design.

      Brenna Malmberg added this to 105 Ideas for Entryway MirrorsSeptember 22, 2016

      32. A small mirror leaves a lot of room for other entryway necessities, such as storage baskets and hat hooks, in this North Carolina home styled by Alys Design.

      Mitchell Parker added this to 15 Modern-Rustic Farmhouses Celebrate Simple PleasuresJune 30, 2016

      A large banquette features drawers underneath for placemats and napkins. Alex Protzman, one of the homeowners, is a woodworker and designed and built the wood tabletop with green base. Bricks salvaged on-site were used for the floor in the mudroom. Each family member gets a wire basket for winter gear storage.Table: custom, Alys Design; leather chairs: Cab, Cassina; banquette fabric: Perennials

      Matt Clawson added this to What Is Shiplap?June 27, 2016

      What Is Shiplap? A shiplap board is milled with a halved groove called a rabbet, so the edges connect snugly together, one on top of the other, leaving a distinctive reveal line between boards. It installs in a slightly different manner than tongue and groove paneling, where the tongue of one board sets inside the channel of the adjacent board. Tongue and groove paneling can provide a tighter seal, and less of a visible reveal, between boards.

      Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Embrace a Few Beautifully Weathered Surfaces for a Happy, Durable HomeNovember 18, 2015

      Brick flooring can be laid in several patterns and is available in a wide variety of styles and colors. Brick looks great paired with shiplap, another material that stands the test of time and looks just fine with a less-than-perfect finish.Brick Floors: Could This Durable Material Work for Your House?

      Andrea Von added this to 11 Ways Wirework Can Lighten Up Your DecorAugust 29, 2015

      6. Opt for mobile storage. Wire storage is less clunky-looking than closed storage and is often lighter to carry, which is handy for toting around laundry as well as carrying tools and toys. If you’re able to fix your wire storage to a wall, it will keep things at an accessible height and make cleaning the floor below easier. Try hanging the baskets on hooks so they can be lifted off and you can easily transport the contents to a desk or another room when necessary.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Dj's Interior Design, LLC added this to Dave PendleburyJanuary 10, 2020

      When your guy installs he shiplap i would suggest he leave a "nickel edge" gap in between each board just to give the overall look some very nice depth -- as shown in picture

      Alex Peck added this to EntrywayDecember 22, 2019

      Hanging baskets is a smart way to organize shoes and hats and gloves. Easy to do and cheap

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