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A string of clicks across the web last night led us to Tas-ka, a Dutch company that ships home goods around the world. We loved their site design; each landing page acts as an entryway, similar to what you'd find in a physical home. Their photographs, carefully composed but with just enough messiness to reflect real life, gave us lots of inspiration for our own landing strip...

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )

A bench makes a great spot for collecting and sorting through the clutter that comes through the door. It also provides a natural place to line up shoes.

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )

If you're a student or a magazine lover, a cabinet or bookshelf offers counter space for the books that come in and out of the apartment.

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Small drawers are good places to keep keys and other loose items. Another option is a cabinet with doors (like the one shown in the top photo).

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If you've got kids that run in and out of the back door, a chair can collect toys for later clean-up. It also doubles as extra seating when you need it.

Photos: Tas-ka Webshop