Considering the fact that an entryway offers the first glimpse inside a home, it’s a seriously overlooked and undervalued area. Sure, your entryway might be small, sparse, dark, or narrow, but hey — it’s got major style and storage potential. After all, what do you get when you remove the piles of shoes and coats behind your front door? Glorious, wide open space. Or maybe just space — space perfect for storing and organizing everything you drop off or pick up on your way in and out of your home. Here are 15 amazing multi-purpose entryway storage hacks, solutions, and ideas that will keep your home’s first and last impression on-point.
Entryway Table - If a bench is too wide for your small space, try a narrow entryway table. These tables should sit flush to a wall and only be able to hold a few things, so you’ll have to choose your entryway table décor wisely. A small vase with flowers is usually a great piece to include on your entryway table. A small bowl or basket is not only decorative but can help you remember where you put your keys! If you can find it, a small lamp is also a nice feature to have, whether you have a light fixture in your entryway or not. A small, decorative table lamp can help add soft lighting as the sun goes down to make your home look cozy and welcoming.