Sure, it's easy to make a functioning entryway if your home has a space specifically dedicated to the art of entering, and if that space is enormous. But if you're living in an apartment or a house with a tiny entry foyer, or none at all, finding a space to stash your coats and shoes and keys and bags can be quite a bit more challenging. Challenging, but not impossible. Here are five strategies for eking an entryway (or entry spot) out of almost no space at all.
November made quite an entrance today with the first snow fall of the year! ❄️ With my life at stake I biked home from work tonight on a slippery winter road Think it's time to change the tires Saying goodbye to a sunny bright October with my most liked picture ever (Thank you all so much for that ❤️) and wish you all a lovely evening! ♡ ▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️▫️ #nordichome #nordicdesign #scandinavianhome #nordiskehjem #nordicliving #nordicinspiration #nordicminimalism #m...
Now that I am working from home, as a blogger and freelance writer, my attention in our new home is being drawn more towards my office. I am lucky that we have the space downstairs to have an office, for I do love having somewhere that is dedicated to my working area. At the moment it is quite a plain, dull space – magnolia walls and old furniture that doesn’t really compliment the new-build home we now live.. in.http://mummyofboygirltwins.com/interiors/my-dream-home-office/
The first apartment, from designer Nicholas Plaxin, is quite compact. To make enough space for an entire family, the apartment actually utilizes a system of folding doors that lets the occupants keep sleeping areas out of sight during the day. It is not that the soft gray beds are necessarily unattractive, but when you have to look at your bed as you try to feed a toddler breakfast your home can feel that much more confining.
Lots of the things you dream about changing in your kitchen — new countertops, new flooring, new appliances — will cost an arm and a leg. But the good news is that there are things you can do to make your kitchen a better place that won't quite break the bank. Here are five ideas.