Modular Entryway Organizers


Entry door with wall-mounted and moveable boxes

DIY Custom Storage

Make simple boxes from 1 x 4 x 8 [2.54 cm x 10.16 cm x 2.44 m] boards using a mitre saw, nail gun, and glue. Size the boxes to suit your needs, then arrange them on the wall and floor by your entry. It’s an easy, affordable alternative to pricey storage systems.

Entry door with wall-mounted and moveable boxes

Shadow Box

Paint a basic box to complement your walls, and use it as a stylish display case for keepsakes and collectibles.

Wall-mounted keepsake display boxes


Deal with incoming and outgoing cards, letters, and bills, and separate junk mail for recycling.

Mail storage box


Corral boots and shoes by the door — the box catches drippings from soggy and soiled soles. Add a plastic liner to the bottom, if desired.

Boot and shoe holder tray

Treasure Box

Stash those valuables you’d be lost without — keys, wallets, phones, change, glasses. Tuck some into a basket and add a hook (#117902) for keys.

Gear Box

Got a set of items you always grab when you go to a favourite fun spot — like the pool or the beach? Store them all in one convenient place.

Gear box with rope handles

Think Inside the Box

Build a drop box for each family member and colour-code the boxes with paint. Or designate colours for different kinds of gear. Reflect. Like to check your look before you head out? Mount a small mirror inside one of the boxes and you’ll have a mini vanity by the door. Communicate. Make a message box by covering one panel inside the box with chalkboard paint or cork. Or simply slip in a notepad and a pen. Make arrangements. Try different groupings of boxes before mounting them. You could hang the boxes in a single row, a single column, in pairs, or in a grid. Place the boxes above or below garment hooks.


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