Continued from part two…
7. Manage your mail. The entryway is often where we put incoming mail, but sometimes it just sits there and starts to turn into a messy stack. Sort through your mail daily and keep up with it. Recycle junk mail immediately and file important paperwork soon after you open it. Additionally, get a storage device for your mail (see examples in the pictures below).
8. Maximize your entryway closet space. Go vertical with a double-hang or purchase cascading hangers to free up space (both are pictured below, respectively).
Don’t have a front hall closet? There are still solutions! Installing hooks will work wonders. You can also get a small table or cubby with storage space.
9. Get a charging station for your gadgets. Recharge your phone, ipod, etc. in a designated spot in the entryway. You won’t forget your phone again when you leave the house and it will remind you to plug-in when you get home. A charging station also keeps cords neatly tucked away.