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The Egg Hides Conceals Cluttered Collections of Openers in Your Foyer

 - Jan 29, 2015
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It's one thing to leave your wallet, keys and phone out and handy, but organizationally speaking, this covert keyhole mirror would greatly improve the atmosphere of your general front door area. Multiple-occupant homes – especially with multiple cars – tend to built up untidy piles of keychains and even loose unlocking implements. The Egg Mirror was designed specifically to hide this metal mess and to ensure that you can easily locate the particular set you're looking for.

For RiZZ, Teun Fleskens created a droplet-shaped shelf with tiny hidden cubbies and hooks inside. To cover this, a round reflector pivots freely in front, giving a second and more obvious purpose to this compact decorative object. A household of any size can benefit from dual-function furnishings, and this covert keyhole mirror cabinet affords utility on a versatile scale with various frame options.