A lot of readers asked me where Eszter had gotten this beautiful white credenza that lives in her Studio. I wondered too and just may have to have it for the pink entryway. It's the Ikea Torsby credenza, with sliding cabinet doors and a super high polished gloss finish, which fancies things up a bit, and gives it a modern look that one would assume is expensive. It's not - just $299.
If you're looking for smaller and functional storage for an entryway, but want it to look good, too, any of the credenzas and makeshift credenzas here will work for you. And they're all fairly inexpensive from IKEA. I like this IKEA PS white filing cabinet. It's got a fun, functional look, but is sleek enough to be used in any entryway as a credenza, and I've seen lots of examples of them as dining room sideboards, too. Just $99. Great for office, bathroom and bedroom storage, as well.
IKEA's Bonde has been around a bit, but still offers a modern look with four frosted glass doors, sharing just a hint of what you've got stashed away in there. $359.
The IKEA Erik filing cabinet, has three handy drawers and conveniently rolls around on casters, can take on new life in an entryway, or dining room. I can see a set of Erik triplets side by side, making up one long cool, bright credenza with loads of storage for smaller items around the house - candles, serving pieces, napkins etc. These are just a bit funkier and full of color.
And lastly, the Liden is the piece most up to you for interpretation, but again I could see two of these (maybe even three) lining a long wall looking sleek and simple. It's solid wood, so you could paint them up a bright color, or a neutral white and create a long low place to lean your artwork and books, which is look I have always liked. These potential beauties are just $49.99 each. I'm not sure if it can be done, but these legs would also look great replaced with retro looking hairpin legs, hmmm?