My biggest success was making the hangers. Though it is not the most eye-pleasing part of my catch, but I learned a lot through making it, it really made me think outside the box. At first, I was going to hammer regular nails in, to make a hanger that does not have curves. That idea was really basic and would be hard to hang things on. After thinking about the cons, I decided to hammer screw-eye hooks in. That would be a great idea because it had curves, it was basically a hook. Through this process, I learned to think to think creatively, and think about the pros and cons of ideas.
My biggest obstacle was painting. Because of limited supplies and time, I was not able to finish my project. My plan was to paint and carve small, intricate details with various colours into the wood. After considering the time, I had to change a plan. In the end, I stuck with the basic, aesthetic white cover. If I had more time, I would have done my original plan.
Overall, I think this catchall was successful because it functions as a catchall. It can store and organise things very easily. My catchall has various forms of organisation. For instance, hooks for lanyards, desk for phone, and cups for pencils. My catchall was also very appealing. The white cover gives it a clean, pure look, which makes you feel very organised. In conclusion, I am very satisfied with the end result.