Is This Storage Solution Target’s Best-Kept Secret?
2,200-plus shoppers say yes.
Updated Sep 29, 2021 6:45 AM
First impressions matter. Which is why paying particular attention to your entryway is important. The rest of your home may be worthy of a magazine spread, but if guests have to climb over clutter and elbow past rogue umbrellas to see it, that’s a problem. One catchall piece of furniture is all you need to tidy up even the narrowest of halls, and Target has the perfect one.
The Windham two-door cabinet comes with ringing endorsements from around 2,200 customers. “Well made, solid wood, idiot-proof assembly instructions—what’s not to like?” writes one reviewer. Another points to its durability, saying that it survived a hurricane, so it’s definitely prepared for whatever wear and tear awaits it in your foyer. Available in five colorways and coming in at just under $130, it’s both versatile and affordable. None of the colors to your liking? It’s also super-easy to paint over in the finish of your choice. Go the extra mile with some custom door pulls.
With an adjustable shelf perfectly suited to hold tall baskets, low bins, and everything in between, the uses for this cabinet truly are endless:
Low on closet space? Keep your most-used shoes here for easy access when you need to run out to pick up your laundry.
Overflowing bookshelf? Use one of the shelves to house the spillover.
Or maybe you just need something to take care of the keys, mail, lip balm, and receipts that take over your entryway once and for all. In this case, pick up a few storage pieces—try a ceramic tray and a couple of small woven baskets for a bit of texture—to keep everything tidy and concealed.
We can see why this cabinet has garnered so much love—from modern farmhouse devotees, especially. If you don’t see it meshing with your personal style, however, here are a few other Domino-approved consoles:
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