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Take your boots off at the door please. This would be a great way to give your hubby or kids a place to sit and take off their boots, shoes etc and have a place to store there stuff and not track it through the house... just love this idea **** Love the rustic wood and look
Foyer - Teal paint juices up an old hall tree. Hooks, shelves, and baskets are ideal for corralling beach essentials. An entryway that can house hats, towels, sunscreen, and more keeps these items from creating clutter in the rest of the house. Get the Look: Frame clothing for budget-friendly artwork. Here, vintage swimwear adds to the cottage's 1940s charm.
Look at what you can make with a door, a cabinet, and some hooks. You could find a 30” wide door and 30” wide cabinet at a home improvement store, attach them, trim them with baseboard, then prime and paint them both. The mirror and cushioned seat are an added bonus. What a marvelous hall tree for a foyer or narrow wall space. This is another fabulous DIY project.
ME: Mud room - i like! THEM: Because orange can be too intense on its own, Berman added blue accents in the mudroom. "It's such a welcoming color. Orange feels like a younger, fresher version of red," she says. "But it can be a hot color, and I needed a little bit of cool as balance, to cut through the heat." Wall color is Benjamin Moore’s Fresno. Anchor pillow by Jonathan Adler.