Every entryway will benefit from a central drop zone. If you don't have room for big bulky pieces, think about a floating shelf, like the Lack Wall Shelf from IKEA for $19.99, instead of a table. It takes up zero floor space but gives you a spot to drop wallets and keys at the door. If you have a little more space, try a small table like the IKEA Vittjso Desk for $39.99.
And if you're looking for something a little more custom, try the IKEA Hack pictured here from My Fabuless Life.
Magnetic Key/File Holders
Whether you're primarily using wall space or you're lucky enough to have enclosed storage, create a family command center like the one pictured here with magnetic hooks like these from Amazon to organize keys and a letter holder like this one from Amazon. It's an easy organizing solution either on the wall or hidden inside a cabinet.
Baskets are an absolute must-have for wrangling clutter from shoes to hats to toys. They're not only functional, they're beautiful. Use several Branas baskets from IKEA for $14.99 each to recreate this gorgeous entryway.
If you have drawers in your entryway, make sure they're pulling their weight in the war on clutter by installing drawer organizing bins. These keep your things from spreading out and taking up unnecessary space. Set of six drawer organizers for $19.99 from Amazon.