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How To Organise Entryways, Mudrooms and Hallways

Experts call small entryways, hallways, and stairwells transition areas. That's because they're not really desti­nation spots in and of themselves. People move through these spaces to get in or out of the house or to move from one room to another.

Step 2. Put everything in its place
Step 2. Put everything in its place
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Continue working downward in the space by picking up all loose items and placing them in designated locations.

Keys should have their own bowl or hook, and mail should have its own receptacle, such as a wicker basket or stylish box.

A busy mudroom or entryway should have enough hooks or hangers to accommodate all the outerwear that will come through the space. 

Hallways should be entirely clear. 

A general tidying up can transform a small space, because these areas look cramped and messy with just a small amount of clutter. 



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