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5. Entry CabinetsA small cabinet or console like this one, situated in a hallway or entry, can be a great place to drop your devices when you come home.If you’ve got modern wireless headphones with a chargeable battery, this is also a great place to charge those so they’re right by the door next time you head out. A small hole cut into the back of the cabinet can allow access to an outlet so you can tuck items away in open shelves or compartments with doors.
Choose clever space-saving solutionsIdeal for tiny entries or open-plan spaces, this custom-designed floating console offers plenty of storage for hallway paraphernalia without taking up vital space, and helps to keep clutter neatly concealed.
9. Add alternative solutionsHall storage can be expanded to include so much more than pegs for coats. Plus, build in the right alternative storage and you can take the pressure off other rooms in the house. Check out this nifty and beautiful little unit. It contains concealed storage, open sections for post or notebooks, and a tray in the top for storing anything from keys to phones and sunglasses. Genius!