What hallway furniture works in small entryways?
If you’re limited with space in your hallway then look at items that can be attached to the wall. Display and wall shelves, coat hooks and even some shoe storage units can be attached to the wall and help you to store and hang your outdoor items. Slim console tables will give you some surface space, or you could just go for a single side table for your keys and essentials to sit on.
What should I do if I have a large hall?
Sometimes entrance halls, hallways and landings can be so big that they could serve as a room on their own and it’s hard to know what to do with the space. Choosing the right entrance hall furniture can make the space feel a bit less cavernous and more homely. A well placed side table, with a lamp, plant and mirror hanging over the top can create a timeless display in your entrance hall, while indoor benches or built in bench seats can offer a traditional, cosy touch and could offer useful storage for shoes and umbrellas. Coat stands can also be useful and you can find striking designs that will look good with and without coats and hats on top of them. Think about adding a rug and display shelves will help you add character to the walls, too.
Whether your entrance hall is small or large, take a look through the entryway furniture products to see if there are some items that could add a bit of character to your hallways.