How to Turn an Unused Hallway into a Sleek Storage Space

Photo by: David Land; Hair and makeup by Mindy Rice
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Marian Parsons had a good problem: The previous owners of her Gettysburg, PA, home had added on a beautiful kitchen. "But the old ... more 
Photo by: David Land; Hair and makeup by Mindy Rice
Command Central
Marian Parsons had a good problem: The previous owners of her Gettysburg, PA, home had added on a beautiful kitchen. "But the old kitchen space turned into a glorified hallway," says Marian, who sells refurbished furniture on LuckettStore.com and blogs at MissMustardSeed.com. After making do for five years, Marian and her husband, Jeff, a youth pastor and lay carpenter, overhauled the room by building in shelves, cabinets and other hardworking storage to create a zone for everything they need to keep their family going. Now, the room houses it all, from the printer and router to storage space for appliance manuals to a spot to grab or drop bags on the way in or out the door. "It's super-functional!" she says.
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Wed, Oct 31, 2012 2:54 PM EDT
By Woman's Day Staff



See how one woman turned a neglected space into her household's hub for everything from bills to backpacks



Original article appeared on WomansDay.com.



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