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Emma Elwin

Notes from a Swedish stylist


After a year of trying to figure out the best solution for our hallway storage, we finally found this hanger in FSC certified wood. Isn’t it lovely?? Being organized just got a whole lot easier. Here are three things I’ve learned about decorating a small hallway.

1. Choose light colors for walls and furniture but go a little darker on the floor. This way you won’t see every piece of dust that dogs and kids drag in but still have a sense of airiness.

2. Get baskets to hide gloves and hats. Now everybody in the family has their own hallway basket, which makes our mornings way less stressful.

3. Get nice hangers that match. This is my OCD-side speaking, and I can’t tell you enough how much I despise non-matching plastic hangers.


1 Comment

Ane: What a gorgeous clothing rack! May I ask where you got it?
March 29, 2018

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