Entryway Built-Ins

Entryway Built-Ins

Sarah Coffey
Nov 12, 2009

Built-ins are a smart approach to storage in an entryway, since they integrate space for coats and shoes into the architecture of a room. Unlike a hodge-podge of hooks, built-ins can streamline and declutter the area near the front door.

Shown above are a few different options, from storage benches to drawers built into a staircase. If you don't have a defined entryway, think about using built-ins to create one. In Jay's Chelsea studio, for instance, a built-in case of drawers and shelves simultaneously creates an entry hall and a bedroom "wall."

Click through the links for more information on the rooms above:
1 Landri & Arcari
2 Canadian House & Home
3 Jay's Chelsea Renovation
4 PLY Architecture
5 Storage Drawers Under the Stairs

Photos: Landri & Arcari, Janis Nicolay / Canadian House & Home, Sabra Krock Photography, PLY Architecture, Ctd 2005 licensed under Creative Commons

moving--truck moving--dates moving--dolly moving--house moving--cal Created with Sketch. moving--apt