Hallway Furniture and Storage
Solid wood hallway furniture.
Solid backs and bases.
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The hallway of a home is the busiest part. Comings and goings, dashing in and dumping keys, post, coats and bags – it makes you tired to think of it. But imagine having a spot to sit down and gather your thoughts. When you leave the house, changing slippers for shoes, picking up your coat and bag, knowing where everything is – what a calm start to the day. And when you return, from shopping or work, there’s a place to shed your public persona, and start relaxing at home straight away.
Our hallway furniture starts with the shoe bench. Available in three styles, these versatile pieces have eight cubbyholes for shoes, books, rugs – whatever you can fit in them. The cushions on top are available in a choice of five colours.
The shoe benches form the base of the separately available hallway stands. Made to dress up, you can hang coats, hats, bags, scarves, and then use the top shelf to hold baskets or rugs. They’re full of character and available in St. Ives, Kemble, and Canterbury ranges.
You might feel like making even more of a statement in your hall. A console table will hold keys and post, and is a great place for displays of flowers or favourite photographs. All our ranges feature a console table. You could match a hallway stand, or mix it up, picking out an Orrick rustic oak console table to go with the Kemble hallway stand, for instance.
If you really like to store muddle out of sight, a small sideboard might be the answer. The Romsey range would be ideal, with its friendly round shape, and light natural oak. Built from solid oak, it’ll cope with the hustle and bustle of the hall.
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