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Add Function and Style with Hallway Furniture

If you are lucky enough to have a wide hallway, you can add useful furniture against the walls and even have a bit of fun with your decorating. While the most typical hallway furniture is a narrow table with a lamp, you can do your own variation on this idea. Perhaps you could put a sturdy, narrow table with a beautiful fish tank in the hallway.    With upstairs and back hallways, you may want to get more creative than you do with your entry hallway. If your upstairs or back hallway leads to a shared bathroom, you could add stylish pegs to the hallway wall for hanging up robes to help keep the bathroom itself uncluttered. Placing a small table and a hall tree in your back entry hall can be very convenient for those arriving home from work or school to deposit car keys and hang their coats up.   Seating is another form of hallway furniture that can increase the functionality and convenience of your hallway. A bench with storage space underneath can be perfect for kids to put on their shoes before leaving to catch the bus or to remove wet or muddy shoes after coming inside from playing.

If you live in a small house, consider hallway furniture that will allow you to declutter other parts of the house. For example, adding narrow bookshelves in a hallway not only adds storage for books and videos, but also provides a convenient flat surface on top for a lamp, so your hallway doesn’t seem dark and gloomy. Stairway landings are another great place for adding furniture. A round table adds elegance without impeding traffic flow and makes a nice setting for a pretty lamp or vase. You could even add seating or additional shelving space.    When decorating a hallway, don’t neglect the importance of good lighting. Painting the walls a light color helps a hallway avoid a gloomy look, and the addition of a lamp, wall sconce, or ceiling light opens up a hallway and makes it more inviting and attractive. Artwork too can find a place in hallways, either with art hung on walls or by the addition of picture rails so that you can change the artwork to keep things interesting.    Your home’s hallways give you yet another way to make your home an expression of your personal taste and style. Use it to your best advantage with strategically chosen pieces of furniture, storage pieces, artwork, and lighting.

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Be Creative when Choosing Hallway Furniture

When someone enters your home for the first time, your front hallway should give a great first impression. Like the rest of your house, your hallway should reflect something about the people who live there. You can start with a fresh coat of paint in a sunny yellow or calming green, but eventually you’ll want to add hallway furniture to add to the ambience. It could be any style from the most traditional antique to the most futuristic and modern piece, but it should be reflective of your style, and it should be scaled properly for your hallway.   Many people, particularly those not blessed with lots of closet space, will want to add a hall tree as one of the first pieces of hallway furniture. Perfect for hanging hats, handbags, and coats, hall trees come in some beautiful and imaginative styles as well as more traditional, dark wood styles. A mirror is another great idea for your hallway. Not only does it reflect light and open up the area, it gives you one last look at your outfit before you head out the door. Mirrors are also terrific for helping narrow hallways feel less closed in.    

Other hallway furniture can be very imaginative. Many people place a narrow side table in the hallway, perhaps with a vase of flowers or a conveniently placed telephone. Homes with children can become much more functional if the hallway features a handy bench (perhaps with built-in storage) for removing muddy shoes and boots. Some of these benches also feature high backs with pegs for hanging up jackets, hats and scarves. These can be very handy when trying to get your brood out the door at the beginning of the day.   For a quieter, more “adult” home, you may want to place a small bookcase stocked with a few of the classics to give an intelligent, tasteful feel to the hallway. A slim, beautiful lamp placed atop will look nice and provide needed illumination after dark. Some people prefer to have their hallway lead to one special piece of furniture that is showcased at the end of the hallway, and this can be a very good way to draw attention to a piece of furniture you love and want to show off.   There is no one “right” way to furnish your home’s hallway. Try to keep it uncluttered and easy to traverse, provide any necessary lighting, plus a hall tree or pegs for hanging up guest coats, and you’ll have a lovely entrance to your home where you’ll be proud to welcome your guests.