In my old house the half bath access door opened right into the closet door inside the bathroom. So to access the closet you had to open the main door, close that door, and then open the
closet door (and do it in reverse to get out).
To fix it my wife simply removed the door and painted in the spots for the door hinges. However, now someone could see right into the very messy shelves. To solve this we use baskets and jars to label and organize all the contents. Towels and toilet paper were stacked in nice, neat piles. #SpringCleaning
Commented on Apr 04, 2013
My bedroom door and closet door are that way. In order to get in the closet I have to close
the bedroom door. I wanted to put a sliding door on the closet but there is an electric outlet on the wall that the door would have to slide into. Does anyone have an answer to my problem?
We bought our house over 5 years ago knowing that a major kitchen re-do wasn't in our plan. The kitchen wasn't a space that reflected me our family. After living with it a year, I knew I
needed to make changes to make it a happy space that worked for us. I turned to my friend, my paintbrush, to make inexpensive changes to the things that bothered me the most. I'm always amazed at the power of paint, but never more so than in #MyKitchen. (see more after pics on my blog)
Commented on Jan 19, 2013
Every one talks about removing the cabinet doors. Aren't you afraid you dishes will be
greasy after cooking and have to wash them before using them?