Mudroom Locker Final Reveal

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YAY!!  Woo hoo!  Celebrate good times come on!  Here is the final reveal of my mudroom lockers I have been sharing about all last week.  My ceilings are 9’ tall so these extend all the way to the top giving us some great, but high, storage.  More importantly, it gives us a place for shoes {…Read More…}





Wooden Shipping Crate Toy Box

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Corralling toys is always a struggle in our home.  It seems like the open topped chests work best for our kids to make a clean sweep quickly.  They can just toss their stuffed animals all into one, sports stuff in another, etc.  Old shipping crates with wheels make perfect toy boxes.  I found a free {…Read More…}





5 Ways to Get This Look: Mudroom with Built-Ins

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Newsflash: kids come with stuff. We deal with toy clutter year round, and you know what else we deal with year round? Outdoor clothing and equipment. In the winter there are coats and boots, in the summer we have towels, suits, bubbles, and balls. So when I spotted these mudroom lockers in Traditional Home I was inspired. Here are five ways to get mudroom built-ins, with an emphasis on budget-friendly, DIY projects. Enjoy!

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5 Ways to Get This Look: Back Porch Living

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Don’t you love this back porch by designer Cindy Mihuc that was recently featured on House of Turquoise?  It’s gorgeous.  Everything on this porch is purposeful, from the porch swing to the storage bucket drink station.  It’s totally possible to make a comfortable, useable outdoor space like this one–even if you don’t have an actual back porch.  Check out the tutorials and ideas I found online to see five ways that you can get this look for less.

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