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.... down one side of the wall. Nook, book shelf, and another nook for a 2 bedroom apartment.
Avoid a jumbled mess of mail and school papers by setting up a message center and inbox for each family member.
Mudroom Mailroom Your first line of defense against the assault of mail should be near the door you come in with your daily stack. Add a paper shredder and voila!
Mail Center Mail slots -- one for each member of the family -- hold magazines, homework, bills, and more. Use a router to make grooves in shelves, then insert vertical dividers. A compact charging station keeps phones and cameras charged and ready to go. An electrical outlet is installed in the wall nearby.
Wall-mounted pockets—one for each family member—keep mail, homework, and other papers separate, organized, and all in one place. A magnetic chalkboard above alerts everyone to the week's schedule.
Children's Homework Message Center Way back, almost a year ago now, I created this area in my back entrance for my boys. If you've been reading my blog for a while now, you may remember seeing this area. It's the post titled Homework Bulletin Boards.
Another great idea from Tip Junkie - I'm going to use the bucket idea. and of course write the names in vinyl - simplysaiddesigns...