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Floating Console

Striking Red Gum wood floating console with Zinc encased in Resin countertop. Custom designed by Wud Furniture.
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Example of a minimalist entryway design in New York — Houzz

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hollymillsholly wrote:
where can I get that mirror & is the rope and hanger included?
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sondramartina
I saw one in Home Sense .I was thinking to get it for my foyer.It was not even expensive.
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hollymillsholly
thx!!!
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David Kotora wrote:
Where is the table from - Where is the table from?
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If you click on the green 'more info' link below the photo, it will take you to another page that has a link to the online source for this item. You should be able to find additional information there.
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lanagreis wrote:
I was wondering about the floor what kind of wood and color
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D L wrote:
My interest is in the doors in the pictures and you offer nicnacks? - If you are going to offer recommendations, at least give me the chance to say no.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Smart Solutions for Nonexistent Entryways
If you prefer to keep the space open, try setting up a wall-mounted system near the door instead. A mirror hung above a floating cabinet is a foolproof combination. Having a few drawers is great for keeping messy piles of paper and other odds and ends out of sight.
Laura Gaskill added this to Compact Living: Tips and Tricks for Every Room
EntryWhether you have an open entryway, a narrow hall or a front door that opens into a stairwell, small-space dwellers nearly always have issues with entryway storage. Look for slim, wall-mounted storage, like floating shelves, cabinets and coat trees, to make the most of available space. And in the tightest spaces, wall brackets and hooks are your best friends.Get the guide: Smart Solutions for Nonexistent Entryways
Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Entryway Touches Anyone Can Do
Have a place to stash things in. The key to a successful entryway is to have somewhere to dump the stuff that’s in your hands when you enter, even in a small space. A simple floating console doesn’t take up any floor space, and a large round mirror makes the space seem bigger.
Brenna Malmberg added this to 105 Ideas for Entryway Mirrors
1. A nautical rope supports this large, round mirror as it hangs above a floating entry table.

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lindareedii5 added this to Freshen up for sale
create a landing area for front door with mirror and cabinet to stash shoes
Lisa Culper added this to 12 Foot Or Cottage
Entry Whether you have an open entryway, a narrow hall or a front door that opens into a stairwell, small-space dwellers nearly always have issues with entryway storage. Look for slim, wall-mounted storage, like floating shelves, cabinets and coat trees, to make the most of available space. And in the tightest spaces, wall brackets and hooks are your best friends. Get the guide: Smart
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T: Design is nice, not sure if it is functional or not

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