Removing Closet Doors in the Nursery
We see thousands of photos of nurseries and childrens’ rooms here at Ohdeedoh. One of the many trends we’ve noticed is the lack of closet doors in many of the nurseries.This isn’t a surprise to me since I am considering removing the closet door from my son’s room and using a curtain instead. Our reasons? No risk of pinched or slammed fingers in the jam. Also, there is more useable floor space in the room when you don’t need clearance for a swinging door.
My visit to the HGTV Dream Home on Martha’s Vineyard
I’m sorry to all the fellow animal lovers who expected a pet post today. There is just so much going on right before Christmas that I decided to take a break until after Christmas until picking up some more pet posts again. And as the title already gave it away, this post is about my ... Read More about My visit to the HGTV Dream Home on Martha’s Vineyard
9 Craft Room Makeover Ideas
The work space/craft room of Pennsylvania newlywed Jess Mauras (shown here with husband Joe) was a pile of stress and ribbons, devoid of inspiration—and, for that matter, shelving. Real Simple transformed it into three tidy zones that foster calm and creativity.
10 Clever Hidden Storage Ideas for Your Home
If you want to keep your home tidy or you need to store your stuff in a concealed place then the best you can do is to go for hidden storage options.
Small Space Storage Inspiration: Curtained Closets
Shortly after college I moved to Chicago where I lived in a tiny (tiny!) room with no closet. I was lucky that my landlord sent me to The Container Store where I shopped for a storage system. They purchased what I chose and had it installed in the room’s recessed nook. The room was tall and light, so I headed to IKEA where I purchased curtains that matched the wall color and would hang to the floor.
Curtain instead of closet door...I love this because all 5 of my kids have at some point broken their closet doors! Replacing those gets expensive!!!:
Lola & Eric’s Sweet, Streamlined Home
Name: Lola, Eric and MenaLocation: NE Portland, OregonSize: 1250 sqftYears lived in: just under 1 Lola and Eric live in a unique modern space full of clean lines, huge windows, and simple furniture. Stylish design aside, it’s their happy smiles and laughter while hanging out with 3 year-old daughter Mena that stands out as the most wonderful feature of the home. Lola and Eric, both engineers from the East Coast, moved to Portland, Oregon about five years ago.
Closet Curtains for Your Dorm
Many college and boarding school dorm rooms today have closets without closet doors so that the closets are open and often take up an entire wall of your room. It is often difficult to keep your do…