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Evolving the Entryway: Storage Solutions for Small Spaces

Feng shui and interior design expert Jami Lin offers design solutions for this couple's cramped entryway.



In Lin’s proposed solution, shoe cubbies and “grab-and-go” hooks make coming and going easy and quick. Shelves behind a decorative curtain offer attractive, organized storage.
The couple's current entryway is cramped and lifeless.
In Lin’s proposed solution, shoe cubbies and “grab-and-go” hooks make coming and going easy and quick. Shelves behind a decorative curtain offer attractive, organized storage.
Photo Illustration By Nathan Skow
Tetrad Mega, expandable shelving, Brave Space Design, 5-block set: $3,500; 10-block set (pictured): $7,000, www.bravespacedesign.com, FSC-certified walnut or ash; low-VOC finish and adhesives
Photo Courtesy Brave Space Design
Way Basics modular cube storage, 2Modern, $120, www.2modern.com, zBoard material made with 99 percent post-consumer recycled paper
Photo Courtesy 2Modern
Key modular storage, Housefish, Short module: $498; medium: $548; tall: $598 www.housefish.com, FSC-certified maple or walnut veneer plywood with zero-VOC finish
Photo Courtesy Housefish
Hollow bench, Lebello, Single: $260; double: $456; triple: $656, www.lebello.com, 80 percent recycled aluminum and zero-VOC high-density polyethylene
Photo Courtesy Lebello

















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