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Design Sleuth: Net Entryway Shelf

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Design Sleuth: Net Entryway Shelf

Julie Carlson February 06, 2013

Spotted in a project by Paris-based interior designer Sarah Lavoine: a net entryway rack, which makes a lot of sense (especially during winter, when wet hats and gloves and scarves need to air out).

To see more, go to Sarah Lavoine.

Above: A hard-working entryway featuring a shelf for drying wet hats, gloves, and scarves and under-the-bench boot storage.

Above: The All Star Net Shelf from Pottery Barn Kids features an aluminum frame with an oil-rubbed bronze finish and cotton netting; $99.

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