Brooklyn ApartmentContemporary Hall, New York
photography by Elizabeth Felicella
styling by Katherine Hammond
What Houzz contributors are saying:
You don't need a lot of space (or a built-in of any kind) to make a great entryway. A sliver of wallspace next to your front door is all you need. The smaller the space, the more important it is to keep it clutter-free. This entryway just has a small shelf for knickknacks, a mirror, and a place to hold important reminders.
In the entryway, Singleton displayed a mixture of hand-me-down and antique mirrors with purchased original artwork. The white wall shelf is a simple and functional piece from CB2. "Most of the product in my home is from Design Within Reach, Blu Dot, Ikea or CB2. At times, I've also done well on Craigslist, but it's always a gamble."