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A hallway made for the kids

01 April 2016

Ever tripped over a skateboard, shuffled round a stroller or followed a trail of small shoes down your hallway? Chances are if you’ve got kids your hallway can get a little cluttered sometimes. Luckily, the answer might be easier than you think.

The key to clutterfree hallways with kids is lots of organisation, just think of space for shoes, outdoor things and coats and  jackets.
Make a easy stroller station with  everything together in the one spot..

Let’s face it, for being so small babies come with a ton of stuff. The diapers, the burp cloth, the pacifiers and of course the big giant pram. An easy answer could be just put everything together in the one spot, this set up uses storage that can be placed how you like so that everything’s easy to grab and leave, even when we’re a little stressed out.

Hallway full of sports stuff? One answer might be to “gamify” your storage. Bins make easy homes for balls and sports gear, and are easy for kids to score into. A couple of wall shelves for helmets and clothes and they’re all set.

Drawers are pretty much a catch all, they fit loads of stuff and are easy to organise.

Drawers are pretty much a catch all, they fit loads of stuff and are easy to organise. Plus if you load them up with kid’s smaller outdoor stuff right by the door, it’s easy for them to find on the way out and drop off on the way back in too.

Made by

Interior designer: Anna Cardell
Digital designer: Cecilia Höglund/Ane Bang
Copywriter: James Rynd
Photographer: Mats Ekdahl
Editor: Linda Harkell