Sam here from Thrive 360 Living. I’m excited to share with you a special space in our home that has become a favorite creative area for my son. While I love crafting with my son at our kitchen table, it was important for me to make a creative space for him that’s all his own now that he’s getting older. I had three goals in mind when creating his space, which I’ll share with you below to help you create your own craft space.
Entrada: Esto es más o menos a lo que me refería con lo del almacenamiento en los techos+colgador+banco, pero sin la forma en "L", claro! (esta es sólo la idea, el estilo vintage ya se pone despues!jeje)
Bones moving everything one inch to the left<<and all of a sudden, I feel very sorry for Spock. If I was on the Enterprise and Bones wanted to annoy me, he could move everything slightly out of line and maybe askew, to interfere with my OCD. I'm shuddering.
PVC pipe shoe storage Since I wrote the column, which talks about making shoe storage from PVC pipes, and fixing them to a wall, I've found an even easier way to do this – using cardboard tubing and a roof-rack strap. No nails, it's barely even DIY. Brilliant. Read full details over at Apartment Therapy.
“Except when it’s no,” Andrew said. Neil put a plastic-wrapped finger to Andrew’s chin, guiding his head up for another kiss. “If you have to keep asking because—I’ll answer it as many times as you ask. But this is always going to be yes.” “Don’t ‘always’ me.”
If your home doesn't have a designated room for storing shoes, coats, backpacks, and the sort, built-in storage in your entrance will do just fine and make better use of the space. See more at Style Me Pretty »