Corners seem to get a bad rap. They are generally regarded as a waste of space. However, with a little ingenuity, these often dismissed areas of our home can become an active and functional part of your everyday life. For example, we think this "Samantha" Corner Bench and Shelf by PotteryBarn, is perfect for a small entryway. Entry Way, Back Doors, Mud Rooms, Front Doors, Corner Benches, Small Spaces, Corner Shelves, Corner Shelf, Corner Spaces
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I want to fill those big jars with all sorts of things; mini pumpkins, marbles, Christmas ornaments, potpourri,Fall leaves, greenery or silk flowers with battery lights tucked in among them... my imagination is running wild!What would you add to the jars?
I need this, because I can never find my purse, phone, car keys, sunglasses... or anything else really. "Basket Rack How-To: Each family member gets a woven storage basket and a trio of Shaker-style pegs. Two sizes of wooden brackets support the long shelves. The top set, turned upside down, forms cubicles for the baskets; the larger bottom set frames four poplar boards fitted with the pegs."
I love the darker mantlepiece above the white bench. Pegs in the same stain unify the look. Bench would have to have storage cubbies underneath to be useable.