Obsessed: Drop Zones

Have you ever seen something what seems like a million times but never know what to refer to it as? That’s what happened to me and this idea of a catch-all place when you first arrive at home– until I learned these functional little spaces are actually called Drop Zones.

Drop zones are so good and can help to eliminate clutter throughout your home– which we could all use this season. Here’s a round-up of some dreamy spaces that feature drop zones to draw inspiration from!

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The gorgeous built-in cabinetry serves so well for hiding things that are unsightly and the open shelving above keeps the space visually interesting.

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Inspired by the space: globe lantern chandelier, file storage wall basket, striped square floor pillow

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Inspired by the space: ceiling light, entryway bench storage/coat hanger

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This is such a great idea if you’re limited on space. Tucking the drop station inside a closet or cut out gives you 10x more storage without taking up square feet.

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For those who like to keep it minimal– this a great way to incorporate an informal drop station. Add a wall shelf and some hooks and call it a day.

Inspired by the space: hanging entryway shelf, tall rattan basket

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Inspired by the space: storage console table, mirror with hooks, large storage basket

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More beautiful built-ins with a drop zone incorporated within the mud room! GENIUS.


Do you currently have a drop zone in your home? Let me know in the comments! Talk soon loves.

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