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Limited-Edition Drop: Meet the Lavender Entryway Rack

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Nov 16, 2021

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At Pattern, there’s nothing we love more than playing with color—it’s a huge part of our design ethos. Translation: We like to drop bestsellers in new, exclusive hues— like Open Spaces’ limited-edition Entryway Rack in Lavender. It’s a pastel inspired by the first frost of winter and—in our humble opinion—it’s the gift you’ll want to give yourself this season.

Ready to maximize your comfort and joy by putting everything away nice and neat? Here are some styling tips for turning your home into a winter wonderland of organization. Snag yours while entryways last.

Tip 1: Commit to Cleaning House, Pre-Holidays

Hosting festivities? Put a deep-cleaning day on your calendar—right now. You’ll thank us later. Try to hit every room in your place. Bedroom—color coordinate odds and ends that end up on nightstand tables or dresser drawers. Make clutter look good in our new Color Bins and Lids. Kitchen drawer refresh—restock any and all utensils that are past their expiration date so that you can cook, bake, and plate holiday dishes with ease. Bathroom—put need-to-see items like TP and Towels in a Basket, so you never run out when a house guest needs them!

Tip 2: Mix + Match Your Open Spaces Storage Essentials

We designed our Bins, Baskets, and Nesting Trays to pair perfectly with the Entryway Rack. The Large, Medium, and Small Bins + Baskets fit perfectly atop Entryway Rack shelves, and our Nesting Trays are made to corral your go-to leaving-the-house items like house keys, earbuds, and wallet. We recommend styling those on the top shelf.

Tip 3: Sprinkle in a Little Joy

No matter how you celebrate, add in a few pops and dashes of whatever holiday decor you have around your house, in your entryway. That way you can greet guests and set a festive and fun tone as soon as they walk through the threshold.

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