Did you want to put in a cute entry way but do not actually have an entry way? We have a few tips on how to make an entryway anywhere. Get the storage, convenience, and utilize the space in your home with ease. There are 5 main points to creating the best entryway Hooks, Picture Ledge, Key Rail, Art/Photos, and Storage.
A necessary part of an entryway is hooks; for hats, coats, bags, backpacks, and umbrellas. They also do a great job showing off your cute scarves and accessorizing a corner.
A picture ledge can be used for more than pictures. It can hold keys, multiple frames, books, plants, flashlights, and other useful things that you need right by the door. No worries about hanging pictures on the wall or where to place them on a gallery wall.
Basically, smaller hooks are called a key rail. Key rails keep keys in one spot so that you never loose them. It makes it easier to function in a high traffic spot like the front door. Try it once and you will never go back because it is way too convenient.
Entryway in your house is someone’s first impression of your home. Make it personal and unique to your family. Set the mood with pictures, words or encouragement, flowers, art, kids art, candles, and trinkets.
Storage is the last and most important part of an entryway because once you have an entryway it is like a drop off for all the stuff you had while coming in the door. You need to find a spot for your coat, bag, shoes, and just stuff. Cubbies always work great for storage and so do wicker baskets, crates, and a bench with secret storage.
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