IKEA Hacks to Rescue Cluttered Entryways

IKEA Hacks to Rescue Cluttered Entryways

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Katie Holdefehr
Aug 19, 2016
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No matter if you have a non-existent entryway or a spacious foyer, this is one of those spots where clutter seems to pile up without anyone even noticing. Lucky for us, we can always count on IKEA as an endless source of inspiration for team clutter control. Add one of these hacks or upgrades to your entryway and you'll gain some extra storage space that also makes a great first impression.

Above: In a home with a very small entryway, spotted on Homebook, a single TRONES shoe cabinet serves as a shelf and offers some space for stashing mail or mittens.

(Image credit: Livet Hemma)

Hang handled baskets in the entryway to store sports gear or umbrellas where you can easily grab them as you head out the door. The seagrass FLADIS basket would work well here, and the stylists at Livet Hemma labeled the ones above with painted cardboard tags.

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Marble contact paper elevates the minimalist VITTSJO table way above it's $40 price tag. Learn how easy this upgrade is over on Syl and Sam.

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This classy hack of the HEMNES cabinet calls for something you probably already have lying around the house: an old leather (or faux leather, like the one above!) belt. See how to make the luxurious-looking drawer pulls at House Tweaking.

(Image credit: Livet Hemme)

Take the FINTORP hook and rail system out of the kitchen and into the entryway, as shown on Livet Hemma, above.

Want more ideas for how to use this hard-working hanging storage? Get inspired by our roundup of 15 ways to use the FINTORP all around the house.

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Another way to work the HENNES into your entryway, Jen from iHeart Organizing painted her cabinet gray and added vintage-style ring drawer pulls.

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What do you get when you combine some AKURUM cabinets, APPLAD doors, and a big strip of wood? A 14-foot-long floating credenza—and an impressive amount of storage space. Read how the one above was constructed on The Brick House.

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An inexpensive stained wood top and pretty brass drawer pulls make this long set of BESTA cabinets look incredibly classy. This one from Made by Girl stretches 12 feet long, but if you have a small space, you can get the same look using fewer cabinets.

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