As the first thing you see when you enter your home, a well-organized entryway can set you up for better living. The key is having a place for everything.
Clear out the items you don't use daily or weekly
Unless you have space, the entryway shouldn’t be a place to store every pair of shoes you own. Our Entryway Rack can help you be more selective with what you store by the door (if a pair doesn’t fit, it’s time to find another home).
Place a tray near the front door for everyday items
Having a set place for everything builds good habits, creates calm throughout the home, and helps you remember where it all is. Placing a set of Nesting Trays near the front door for your wallet or keys will save you from the frantic search.
Create a landing zone for items that tend to stray
For small accessory items or even mail, a Medium Bin or Wire Basket by the front door can help keep the collection in check. If you tend to put off opening mail, a bin that slowly fills up can also serve as a visual reminder to sort through the growing stack.