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Small Space Entryway Ideas
Rummaging through a cluttered entryway isn't a great way to start your day. These pretty ideas will pull the plug on the can't find my keys drama by organizing that nook by your entrance.
So get ready to get out the door faster each morning. We found 15 IKEA hacks for small entryways that will make coming home easier too.Continue to 2 of 16 below.
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IKEA Hack for Paper Clutter
Create a place on your entryway wall to keep annoying but all-important bills and receipts using IKEA TOSTERUP door handles. They're available in three different colors: White, black and red and come in packs of two for $15.99.
Don't have tools to hang them? No problem, if you pick up a pack of Sugru. It's a moldable glue that turns into flexible rubber after 24 hours. To remove later, cut the bulk of it off with a knife and scrape off the remaining.Continue to 3 of 16 below.
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Refresh an Entryway Mirror
We believe an entryway mirror is a must-have if you don't want to fly out the door with your coat buttoned wrong or updo askew. But you don't have to go into debt to buy one that's impossibly chic. Instead, give an IKEA LANGESUND mirror (it costs $27.99) a splash of watercolor using glass paint.Continue to 4 of 16 below.
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IKEA LACK Table Hack
One of IKEA's best sellers is the humble LACK side table for $7.99. This idea transforms the dull, but useful piece of furniture into an eye-popping entryway landing strip using mosaic tile and charcoal grout.Continue to 6 of 16 below.
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Entryway Table With Storage Hack
There's no doubt that expensive marble décor is having a huge moment. But you can get the look for less with this contact paper hack that turns an IKEA VITTSJO laptop desk ($39.99) into a stone entryway table. FYI, since contact paper is removable, you can refresh this hack whenever the mood strikes.Continue to 7 of 16 below.
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Turn a Kitchen Cabinet into Midcentury Furniture
Creating entryway storage to fit a tiny alcove is a snap using an IKEA kitchen cabinet. Why is that, you might be asking? They're available in a wide range of sizes and shapes.
The trick is to make whatever you pick look like living room furniture, like this midcentury-inspired kitchen cabinet hack. While it combines IKEA pieces only available overseas — METOD and HYTTAN, you can recreate it with a SEKTION wall unit, ASKERSUND door, and MDF board.Continue to 9 of 16 below.
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Glamorize a GRUNDTAL Mirror
It seems like every stylish entryway has a large round mirror. However, not many are showstopping copper. To get the look, pick up a stainless steel mirror from IKEA's GRUNDTAL bathroom collection for $39.99. Afterward, apply copper leaf.Continue to 10 of 16 below.
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IKEA Shoe Storage Hack
Hook up your entryway with vertical shoe storage using a stainless steel kitchen rail ($7.99) and a pack of matching S-hooks ($3.99) all from IKEA's GRUNDTAL kitchen series.Continue to 11 of 16 below.
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Create Tons of Entryway Storage
If you're not in the know, IKEA sells several different shoe cabinets perfect for small entryways. TRONES are a favorite for three reasons. First, price: A set of three cabinets costs $39.99. Second, size: They're slim and compact. And third, versatility: You can stash all of your grab-and-go things inside of them from sneakers to umbrellas.
But how do you make these affordable plastic cabinets look expensive? Add a wood topper.Continue to 12 of 16 below.
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Install Floating Storage
We love small space solutions that don't take up a speck of floor area. Here three IKEA IVAR cabinets ($70 each) with scads of storage were installed as floating entryway consoles.
Related: 19 Best IKEA IVAR Storage HacksContinue to 13 of 16 below.
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