Problem: Kid Coats on the Floor

Maybe it’s just in my home, but kid coats always seem to end up strewn across floor. Or on  the couch. Or dropped in the doorway.  There’s a coat tree for the taller family members, but what about the little people?

Hanging hooks on the wall is a great solution for some families, but not ours.  We rent and don’t want to drill holes in the wall.  Even if we decided to put holes in the wall, I would have to hire a handyman since I don’t have a drill for cement walls.

I pondered a solution. Perhaps a coat tree for kid height would be good.  Good idea, but where to buy one locally?

Then BOOM.  A flash of inspiration like a lightning bolt hit me.  I could hang the over-the-door rack on the back of a straight-backed sturdy chair! VOILA!  a SOLUTION. I have chairs and I have over-the-door-hooks.

It’s been 3 days and so far so good.

 

Of course this isn’t where the chair is normally located.  It’s pushed up against the table and fully usable. I decided to put a piece of cloth over the chair to protect the wood from potential scratches.

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My chairs are sturdy tipping over isn’t a concern for me.  But if you have a chair that may have tipping potential you can put something heavy on the seat to weight it down. A backpack or a basket filled with outdoor gear like hats and gloves would be something to use.

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Karen, T.K.K.

December 16, 2018

Published by Karen Furman

Hi. I’m Karen Furman, a home organizer and decluttering professional. Organizing is something I’ve been doing since 1st grade when used to straighten everyone’s desks. Fast forward a few decades later, I turned my passion for organizing into a business. Philosophy = Your home should be organized so you know where things are, to the degree that you feel relaxed and not stressed in your space. Method = A combination of Marie Kondo + FlyLady + my own style. YOU make the decisions. YOU decide what to keep and not to keep. I help provide clarity. Attitude = Positive, enthusiastic, non-judgmental

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