I fell in love with the closet storage for the bifold doors. I don't have bifold closet doors, but figured it can also be used for regular doors. We got lucky and got a fresh batch of boards at Lowes the day we went, so our boards were very straight. Here it is pre-paint and before we hung it on the door: Here is the finished product:
Lee Valley Tools
Made in Spain, these well-made lines are practical alternatives to conventional clothes dryers. Designed for efficient use of space, they can be retracted to remain unobtrusive when not in use. These units contain two, three or four retractable locking clotheslines; just pull out as many of the nylon lines as you need and affix them to matching hooks set into a facing wall up to 16' away. When drying is finished, release the lock button to automatically retract the lines into the durable ABS…
Stealthy & Stylish Tech Disguises
My wireless router is more of an exhibitionist than a shrinking violet. Given the location of my cable hook-ups and a few tricky reception spots, that black flashing box has become an unusually prominent feature of my decor. And let’s not even mention the tangle of TV cords, the pride of place of my game systems, and the real estate taken up by my printer.
Play Time: Kids' Bedrooms and Playrooms With Punch
Ready to transform your kids' rooms, but don't want to spend a fortune? Check out these stylish, yet inexpensive spaces from fellow members of Rate My Space.
Smart & Simple Small Space Solution: Angela & Tania’s “Murphy Table”
In a small space, a dining room table that seats more than two can easily make the “we can do without” list. If, however, you enjoy entertaining, it becomes far more valuable.Angela and Tania decided the best way to tackle this issue is with what they’ve termed a ‘Murphy Table.’ This clever space saving idea not only serves as a dining table for five, but when closed also allows for a visual extension of the kitchen as well as much needed storage.