Ulrika Andersson

Ulrika Andersson

Ulrika Andersson
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In an ideal world, an entryway has a doormat to wipe shoes on, a shoe rack or cabinet, an area to hang jackets, a sorting station for mail, an umbrella stand, and a spot to put your bags, gloves, and scarves. All this stuff can overcrowd a small space, so only apply the full list if you have enough room.

Don't forget those entryways and mudrooms! These shoe cubbies are a great way to display your everyday shoes if you don't want them tracking dirt in past the front door.

Okej, här kommer en treat för er Nya Lyan-intresserade blogoliner; ett bildbonanza på hallen som vi nu börjar få ordning på!   Vi är sjukt nöjda med vår hall-lösning, den sväljer både mycket mer kläde

Okej, här kommer en treat för er Nya Lyan-intresserade blogoliner; ett bildbonanza på hallen som vi nu börjar få ordning på! Vi är sjukt nöjda med vår hall-lösning, den sväljer både mycket mer kläde

Bring a grey space to life by covering one corner or wall with a busily patterned paper in a tonal grey-green hue. Grey is smart and sophisticated, so stay on message with planned focal points and tight furniture arrangements, like this built-in storage unit.

Everyone loves an Ikea hack! This fab hallway storage unit has been created using a TV unit and shelves. Some fun wallpaper has been added to give it a Scandi vibe!

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this would actually be a really fun idea to bring light into the space. a ladder could go against the wall where the metal desk is now with string lights. it would be nice to see walking into the room from the hallway