10 Different Ways to Organize an Entryway

10 Different Ways to Organize an Entryway

Sarah Coffey
May 29, 2009
The entryway is one of a home's most important spots. It's the first thing people see when they walk in, it's the place where clutter can most easily collect if not controlled, and it's a place where you can make a big impact on the health of your home. Entryways are usually composed of just a few things: a spot for coats and shoes, a mail sorting station, a trash can and maybe some extra storage if you have room, and a doormat. For 10 different ways to approach the entryway, click through... FIRST ROW1 Cabinet and Mirror: Landing Strip Inspiration from Tas-ka2 Wall-Mounted for a Small Space: Vitra Utensilo from Jack's House Tour3 Hooks and Cubbies: House to Home4 A Hallway Coat Rack: Freestanding Entryway Racks5 Use What You've Got: Catch-Alls Repurposed from Household Objects SECOND ROW6 A Table with Stools: Entryways from Tine K7 Trompe l'Oeil: Coat Tree Wall Sticker from Ferm Living8 Built-In: Landing Strip and Shoe Rack by PLY Architecture9 Alcove Bench: Open Shoe Storage10 Organized Desk: Bright and Colorful Entryway from Home Magazine (Images: as linked above) Re-edited from a post originally published 5.29.09 - JL
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