Organize Your Entryway
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By Ingrid Schmidt
A busy entryway is pretty much an invitation for chaos. But we just may be motivated to contain ourselves, thanks to these harmonious hallway ideas from the book Store It! by Mervyn Kaufman.
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Okay, how clever is this? An old desk with the drawers slipped out and replaced by sleek, colorful storage boxes. Beautiful hooks hold dog leashes and hats, while a very wise owl is assigned to umbrella duty. Everything stylishly in its place.
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A rustic-chic bamboo rack has a bonus built-in mirror for last-minute touch-ups as you race out the door. We love how the carefully placed handbags and hats (tied together by neutral hues) are showcased as a collection.
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Instead of a table, opt for a practical catch-all with designated spaces for charging cellphones and electronics, plus a multitude of pretty bowls and baskets for dropping mail, keys, newspapers ... A color theme adds to the sense of order.
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One beautiful piece of furniture with built-in storage (like this antique bench with spacious drawers) can swiftly stash the clutter out of sight.
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Built-in storage is always a smart move: Cupboards and drawers can hide some of the mess. But cubbyholes and open spaces need systems — here, a series of baskets and hooks help to rein things in.
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This front door opens into a space where every square inch is designed to be functional. It's stocked with floor-to-ceiling hiding places (like a low shoe cupboard) and even the counters are fully equipped as a message center and office-on-the-fly.
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