Craft Space Ideas From houseandhome.com
If you are wondering what to do with an empty spare room, look around your house and see what is serving dual purposes. Is your kitchen counter overrun by bills and to-do lists? Does your laundry room look more like a crafty project disaster than a place to clean clothes? If so, you may have your answer — a home office or hobby room. If not, there are a lot of options of what to do with your spare bedroom.
If you love board games, family time or a friendly competition of ping-pong, make your game room a place everyone in the family can enjoy. Choose furnishings that double as seating, such as convertible storage benches, ottomans and stools. Line the room with open shelving to store and display activities. Pottery Barn has a wide selection of built-in and standalone shelves. Include a place to keep score — consider painting a wall or the back of a (Read More.....)
'Tis the season to be ... cold. Winter may not be over, but if warm thoughts keep creeping in, consider it a sign that you're ready for a new beginning. Get a head start on your spring cleaning with these seven organizational tips:
DIY Drop Off Point
The entryway tends to be the place where everyone unloads. From keys and purses to school bags and coats, things can quickly get out of control. Give these items a convenient resting place by installing a built-in shelving unit for small items and a bench with organizational baskets for larger items. For an even simpler approach, mount hooks and knobs to the side of the wall then label them per person or item.
Create A Command Center
Busy families need a place to keep track of all their to-dos, including schedules, permission notes, grocery lists and mail. Find a convenient place in your home to dub the household hub. Gather up all loose papers and sort which ones can be posted or thrown out. Use a bulletin board to post notes, photos or reminders (Read More.....)
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