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1. Locker room
It is the simplest solution to create a cloakroom space in its entrance. And for good reason, there is no better way to increase the storage space. Of course, you need space to accommodate a large wardrobe. So if it is, do not deprive yourself!
2. Natural cloakroom
No doubt, this entry exudes freshness! Composed mainly of natural materials, this wardrobe is thought out in every detail. A bench allows you to sit and store your shoes underneath. And all around, stands a wooden wardrobe that allows you to get rid of your jackets.
3. Diverted cloakroom
Rather than buying a piece of furniture dedicated to the locker room, how about creating it yourself? Swap the traditional wardrobe against a ladder or a wooden branch, imagine a bench with a screen, use crates to store your shoes, a vase to put an umbrella and sit on an old chest to (un) put your shoes on!
4. Hanging cloakroom
You don't have a lot of space in your entrance? Give height to your storage! Like this hanging wardrobe which gives an air side to the room. Add shoe storage cubes and a mirror and voila!
5. Multifunctional locker room
No need to invest in custom furniture when you can do it yourself! To create a cloakroom at a lower cost, take inspiration from this entry. Here, a simple coat rack is enough for clothes. On the accessory side, a wall grid allows you to store your bag, scarves and jewelry. Don't forget the seat for the touch of comfort!
6. Reclaimed cloakroom
Here is the most economical wardrobe! Made from wooden pallets, it has the advantage of being modular as desired. After deciding on the assembly of the boards that suits you, have fun customizing it with paint, masking tape, coat hook ...
7. Contemporary cloakroom
Adept of modern decoration, you will love this entry! The storage spaces are hidden in the cupboards and only a small bench space is open to provide seating. What do we like? The large mirror facing the cloakroom which gives a feeling of infinite space…
8. Boutique locker room
Imagine a cloakroom where you can take the time to change and prepare… For this you need a nice wardrobe, a comfortable bench, a cozy carpet, a mirror and a screen. With all that, you will even have the impression of being in a shop!
9. Organized cloakroom
To make the most of it, the cloakroom at this entrance takes up floor to ceiling space. Storage drawers for shoes, coat hooks aligned like at school, cubes and baskets for accessories. Simple and couldn't be more effective, is it?