Are you consistently running around the house just before it’s time to leave, searching for those car keys?
You didn’t leave them on the counter. You checked your dresser. Heck, you even looked in the fridge. You and it seems everyone else in the house have a hard time being reliable about where you put your keys each day. Or a hat. Or sunglasses…or, or, or…
You’ve finally made the decision to take a leap of faith and invest in something to assuage this headache. A key holder. We’re here to tell you that you don’t have to go with something that isn’t classy, modern, and multi-purpose.
This Key Holder and Mail Shelf will put the “grand” in the grand entrance!
Pinewood is not only strong, but it is beautiful in its smoky simplicity. Coupled with black aluminum alloy hooks and a solid bar, It’s Key Holder is as beautiful as it gets. A modern, industrial, farmhouse combination that takes your decor to the next level.
A flush, pine backboard is made functional by a single shelf running the entire width of the piece. The bar at the front of the shelf helps to contain anything you’d display on the shelf, from mail to knick-knacks. The 5 single-hook hangers along the bottom are perfect for hanging keys, glasses, or umbrellas.
Other entryway enhancers can be difficult to install, or too heavy to easily hang without a stud in place. Our mail and key organizer is strong enough to do the job you need it to while its simple-to-hang design keeps things stress-free.
Assembly or Installation: This is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) item and comes with the necessary hardware & a detailed installation guide. We’d recommend hiring an experienced and professional handyman or electrician for installation, however, if you’re confident with intermediate DIY tasks, you could save time and money by installing it yourself.
To clean the finish on your wood furniture just use warm water, cleaning furniture with water won’t hurt it much just be careful not to soak it. Wipe the dirt off the surface with soft cloths or paper towels until they come up fairly clean. Avoid direct sunlight, direct water splashing. Do not use harsh chemicals or abrasive clothes while cleaning. Do not scratch with sharp objects.