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Mudroom and Family Entry through the Garage - contemporary - entry - san francisco - by Glenn Robert Lym Architect

A little less formal but just as roomy with the same windows

Like the curtains separating the space. Fun little reading nook for kids. This would be perfect for the boys room

A small nook with a light, shelves, and drawer storage. Not only is it relaxing but it would make great use for the space under stairs, especially in a finished basement. It also looks comfy enough for children to use for sleep overs or severe weather.

Make a hanging swing chair. | 21 Cozy Makeshift Reading Nooks

  • Diane Cooper

    This would work from the pergola swing in the back yard

  • SeaJay Ballard

    That's a great idea!

  • Gaby Gabriela

    I can imagine the kid using it as a swing ~ denting the wall!

  • SeaJay Ballard

    LOL my son has put a few holes in the wall that I dutifully patched as he grew, but some of his greatest memories were from that chair. It grew as he did. He has told me several times he will build a chair just like it for his child.

A great way to disguise a support pillar in the basement. Turn it into a tree and make a tree house for the kids or grandiose!

neat way to hide basement polesI've had a similarly frustrating day with TiVo and Comcast!! Broken TiVo...replacement was delivered today...toke the cable card from one and put it in the other...but it wouldn't connect! Installer due to come out on Friday. In the process I must have unplugged something on the Blu-ray player...cause now it doesn't work either

ways to hide support columns

Love the gray walls with the white cabinets.

#make #barndoor Les made double rolling barn doors for our living room. This version is super cute.

I'm really into the non-floor lamp floor lamp. Attacked to the wall, gives the same effect but takes up less space.