Vintage Foyer / June 24, 2018 / Millie Humphreys.
Let MakeSpace store everything else - Don’t have enough room in your entryway to store everything? Let go of the stuff you don’t need. Then let MakeSpace store your off-season clothes, shoes, bike, surfboard, luggage, AC unit, and more. Simply schedule a pickup and pack your things. We’ll pick up everything from your home and carefully transport it to our secure temperature-controlled storage facility. And when you want something back from storage, simply browse the convenient online photo catalog of your stuff, click the item’s photo, and we’ll deliver it straight to you.
Slate Herringbone - This slate herringbone design from Studio Mcgee is a more traditional choice when it comes to foyers. But, it’s not so traditional that it becomes bland and boring. Instead, it adds a sexy sleekness to your entryway that will definitely be adorned and enjoyed. White Hexagon - White hexagon tiles could be a fun route to take. Neutral and versatile, the beauty here is in the unique shaping and personalizing of the foyer’s design. Use it as a way to finish off the entrance to your modern home or add something a bit chicer to your trendy, rustic space.
When it comes to shoes and boots, you may be stumped. They tend to take up the most room and if they have no place to go, they will certainly cause clutter that you don’t have room for. I love the idea of a small, off the ground shoe rack. You can do this yourself! See the tutorial from Fresh Crush on how you can make your own copper shoe rack.
Turn a bookcase into entryway storage lockers. - This option is ideal if you live with multiple people (and especially if some of those people are children). You can check out the full tutorial at Polka Dot Chair, but the concept is simple: Purchase a few slim IKEA bookcases, stand them alongside one another, adjust the height of the shelves according to your needs, and voilà! You have DIY lockers with room for coats, backpacks, shoes, sports equipment, and everything in between.