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I could see this being my future foyer. And of course my man's shoe rack would be the opposite wall.
To increase closet space in the circa-1920s house, Prillaman and Ferrier transformed a former sleeping porch into an organized space for her color-coordinated wardrobe, shoes, collection of hat stands and more. “I think of clothing as a backdrop for shoes and jewelry,” says Prillaman of her personal style. “The larger and more unique the jewelry is, the happier I am.”
I love the touches of soft pink and adore the big jars next to the bath. Such a relaxing place to have a bath