If you're like me, and you can never seem to put your keys where they belong (don't ask), an "entry butler" might help. Here are five we like:
Above: A detail of the key shelf in Will Ullman's Thru Block Coat Rack, available in a variety of sizes and configurations through Canoe in Portland, OR.
Above: The oak Jeeves Coat Rack with Mirror is $275 from Design Within Reach.
Above: Brendon Farrell's Coat Rack is available in lengths of 18 and 36 inches, and in oiled walnut or oak; with a leather hanging strap for cellphones, keys, etc.
Above: The Matarile is €34 at Amor de Madrew in Barcelona; it's also available in a longer version for €53.
Above: The dry erase Entry Butler from Three by Three in Seattle is available in stainless, white, or bamboo; $20.
Above: Designed by Slate Design and made of powder-coated steel, the Fold Key Hook is $7.95 at CB2.