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View of a hallway with a shallow depth double IKEA wardobe with sliding doors.
If you have a long, thin hallway
A narrow hallway works best if all the outdoor gear is kept behind closed doors. In this case, sliding doors, which don’t steal space when you open them. Look for a wardrobe with a shallow depth, like this one, to save as much floorspace as possible.
Small area of wall with IKEA hooks, mirrored cabinet, small containers and magnetic knife board.
If you only have a wall
Even a tiny patch of wall can become a place to kill the clutter. Small organisation tools such as hooks and ledges are a good start. Steal a trick from the kitchen and use a magnetic knife board to hold keys and notes. Add in a mirror and suddenly it’s an important part of the home.
Single IKEA wardobe in white fabric with zip-up closure.
If you don’t have a hallway
If you’re storing your shoes and coats in another room, keep them together and out of sight. In a small space, this fabric wardrobe works well as it feels less bulky than solid furniture. But don’t let it fool you, there’s still plenty of space inside for all your things.
Green IKEA coat stand and tall, slender white shoe cabinet with three compartments.
If you only have a corner
If you only have a small corner, go tall and use as much of the ceiling height as you need. A coat rack and a tall cabinet for shoes will make the best use of limited floorspace.