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5 Favorites: The Key to Staying Organized

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5 Favorites: The Key to Staying Organized

Julie Carlson July 22, 2014

If you’re like me and 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 at Canoe, in Portland, Oregon, starting at $175.

Above: The oak Jeeves Coat Rack with Mirror is $275 at Nannie Inez.

Above: Portland, Oregon, architect Brendon Farrell’s Coat Rack is available in lengths of 18 and 36 inches, in oiled walnut or oak, with a leather hanging strap for cell phones, keys, etc. Prices start at $150 from Keeps.

Above: The “minimal and magic” Matarile is made of beechwood; €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 Seattle comes in stainless, white, and bamboo; $20 at Amazon.

For more ideas, peruse our favorite Hooks and read Christine’s Remodeling 101 report How Shaker Pegs Saved My Summer. Also take a look at our Storage & Organization and Small-Space Living posts, including Erin’s 10 Tips for Living in 240 Square Feet

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on October 24, 2012, as part of our Small Living issue.

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