The lighting, the rugs, the art…
Lee Ann Thornton
|Julie Nightingale Design|
They’re warm, cozy and even a little bit unexpected.
|Phoebe Howard Design|
Sometimes, though, those tiny nooks that can be so eye-catching, charming and welcoming, can be a little difficult to decorate.
|Mark Finlay Architect|
That’s why we are such fans of benches in the entrance hall.
Benches are that perfect, versatile piece that work pretty much anywhere.
McGill Design Group
For a feeling of openness and light, a bench sans arms keeps the view open and unencumbered.
Timothy Whealon Design
When space allows, by far our favorite piece in an entrance hall is an upholstered bench with a back. Suddenly, the entrance hall becomes a destination, a place for resting, not just passing through.
Classic Casual Home
A piece with an open back is still inviting but occupies less visual space.
Phoebe Howard Design
We’re big fans of symmetry — and a pair of benches in a pair of windows. So it goes without saying that this is an entrance hall we would choose!
|Joy Tribout Design|
What do you have in your entrance hall?