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Tips and Tricks

DIY - Do it yourself

 

Using spare parts from our different hook strips and hat racks you can easily create your own unique piece of hallway storage. Have a look at our spare parts section.

 

Spare parts

 

 

Tips and Tricks Family hallway

 

We've combined a series of tips and tricks for several types of hallways. In this episode, we address family hallways and what you can do to make the most of it.

 

1. Label or assign hooks to your kids to make it easier and quicker in the morning.

 

2. Our Ulrika storage is a great way to store small items such as your kid's gloves and earphones. 

 

3. If you have a net-like rack, you can use S-hooks to place baskets and organise your family attire such as gloves and winter caps.

 

4. Having hooks that allow for more than one way to hang makes it easier for kids to store things all together.

 

Find out more on our Instagram account.

 

 

 

 

Tips and tricks The hallway with many doors

 

We've combined a series of tips and tricks for several types of hallways. In this episode, we address hallways with many doors and what you can do to make the most of it.

 

1. Our Dekorativ hook strip has hooks that can be folded so as not to take space when not in use.

 

2. Donate attire that is not in use in order to make some space in your hallway.

 

3. Doors are good to place hooks for light items, especially if they are not in use all the time.

 

4. Make sure your hooks and/or racks are not interfering with the usage of the doors.

 

Find out more on our Instagram account

 

 

 

 

Tips and trick for small hallways

 

We've combined a series of tips and tricks for several types of hallways. In this first episode, we address Small Hallways and what you can do to make the most of it.

 

1. Mirrors make spaces seem bigger than they actually are.

 

2. Keep only in-season attire in the hallway. Store the rest away.

 

3. Combine a hat rack and shoe rack for maximum use of space.

 

4. Store things vertically.

 

Find out more on our Instagram account.

 

 

 

 

Set dimensions

 

We get a lot of questions about what height is the best for putting up your hat and shoe rack. Our answer is: it depends. Ceiling height and personal preferences is what determines what height is best for you to mount your racks at. However, our recommendation is that you put your hat rack at 170–180 cm and your shoe rack at 20–30 cm.

 

We offer set of screws:

Set of screws wall mounting

 

 

                                    

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