Scandinavian entryway in Melbourne.

Plyroom HomeScandinavian Entry, Melbourne

Scandinavian entryway in Melbourne. —  Houzz
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suepin wrote:19 Dec. 2015
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georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to From Door to Hall: The Key Ingredients of a Great Entrance22 Jun 2017

Well-proportioned furnitureA bench is a smart choice for a hallway; it provides a handy spot to sit and pull on your shoes and won’t swallow up too much floor space. You can also use a section of a bench to create a fun, casual display, as the owners have done here. Add storage boxes or baskets underneath to keep the area clutter-free.Consoles and bench seats vary in depth, so measure up before you buy. Use masking tape to indicate the dimensions of the intended piece in your hallway. Leave it there for a few days and see if you feel the space can carry it. As a general rule, leave a minimum of 90 centimetres clear in your hallway to ensure a comfortable flow of traffic. Take your hallway from drab to fab

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Laura Barry added this to Common Pesky Chemicals in Your Home and How to Wave Them Goodbye11 Mar 2017

According to a study by Griffith University, there is about two to five times more air pollution inside your home than outside. A sobering thought, considering another study by the Australian Department of Environment and Energy found that people now spend about 90 per cent of their time indoors. The pollutants in our homes have the potential to be harmful, but they are also relatively easy to avoid.

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to Why Every Home Needs a Fab and Functional Entry2 Feb 2017

To ease the morning madnessLife can be hectic and will often require manoeuvres of epic proportions just to get yourself out the door in the mornings – let alone if you have kids, with their school, sports and activity gear, library books, morning tea and lunch. Often a deep breath is needed to remain calm and compose ourselves, all before 8.30am.

louchanobryan
Louise O'Bryan added this to How to Make an Entrance Without a Hallway1 Feb 2017

The simple placement of a low bench next to the front door will evoke a relaxed feel, as well as create a practical perch with natural placement for shoes below.In this hallway, the addition of calming touches, such as pot plants and magazines, captures the home’s laid-back approach. Stick to light, neutral tones and your entry will be a true delight to come home to.

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SILVIA added this to living20 Mar 2019

1. Zamioculcas zamiifolia Pianta dalle foglie spesse e lucide, la Zamioculcas zamiifolia abbellisce anche gli angoli bui. «Sebbene sia originaria dell’Africa orientale, non ha bisogno di molta luce. All’ombra cresce più lentamente, le foglie però mantengono il loro bel verde intenso», spiega l’esperto Felix Theopold di 2bloom. «Come regola generale possiamo dire che le piante d’appartamento con foglie di un verde molto scuro e intenso sono più adatte ai posti ombreggiati rispetto alle piante dalle foglie screziate». Consigli per la coltivazione: la Zamioculcas zamiifolia è abbastanza semplice da curare e deve essere innaffiata ogni una-due settimane. «Se la coppia di foglie superiori cade, è possibile che la pianta sia troppo secca. Evitate assolutamente il ristagno d’acqua».

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HU-156297396 added this to webuser_156297396's ideas29 Jan 2019

should have room in hallway for something like this when we renovate

blt12
blt12 added this to Sherwood House 27 Jan 2019

Cute maybe put a hanger next to garden door

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Alessandra added this to piante7 Jan 2019

una posizione in mezz’ombra, un terreno ricco di sostanze nutritive e un’annaffiatura regolare sono tutto ciò che serve alla Zamia per vivere. La terra non deve mai essere troppo umida. Se ci si dimentica di bagnarla una volta, non succede nulla: la pianta attinge infatti alle proprie riserve.

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