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USM Haller Sideboard L, Customisable
PH 5
Hang It All
Piano Coat Rack
String System Shelves (Set of 3)
Ulmer Hocker
Knax
USM Inos Box
PH 5 Mini
Coat rack Sciangai
Patera
Ball Clock
Corniches
Panton Wire Cube
String Pocket
AJ Wall lamp
Set B 97
Offer
Uten.Silo I
Algue
The Dots
Panthella Portable
Bauhaus Pendant Lamp DMB26
Uten.Silo II
Trude
Sunflower Clock
Scoreboard
Restore Storage Basket
Framed Mirror
Eames Radio
Special Edition
Kaiser Idell 6631-P
PH 3/2 Table Lamp
Plant Box H 65
Norm Floor Mirror
Stool 60
Spokes
AJ Bankers Wall Clock
B 117
DLM - Don't Leave Me
String System Wall Panel
Sticks Coat Rack
Akari 16A
Pin Coat
Eye Clock
Folding Stool Falter
Dots Wall Hooks Set of 5
AJ Mini Table Lamp
The Dots Set of 5
Panton Wire Top Panel
Akari 9A
USM Inos Lid/Tray
Selene
Georg Mirror
Coat Dots Set of 3
B 108
Strammer Max
Flowerpot VP7 Pendant Lamp
PH 2/1 Table Lamp
S 1521
Panton Wire Cube Gold Edition
Special Edition
Set B 9 a + b
Offer
Nymphenburg
Rack Umbrella Stand/ Side Table
RETROit Canvas
Set B 97 Glass
Offer
Hut ab
Tolomeo Faretto
Akari 13A
Bank Pendant Lamp
Line Wardrobe
Museo
Stepstool Mono
Le Soleil Parete
Ulmer Hocker in Colour
Frame Drying Horse
Rechenbeispiel Hooks
Carrie Table Lamp
Magnetique
The Dots Metal Set of 5
Ferm Living table top
Waste basket
Poise Oval Mirror
Sunflower Clock Black
B 9 Glass
Nuage Vase
Talo Parete LED
Orient Pendant Lamp
Peek Wall Mirror
B 97 Glass
Arum Floor Lamp
Pin Coat Base
Correlations Bench
Offer
Flai Bedside Table
Coat Rack Aster
Georg Stool
Coat Frame
Cutter Wardrobe
Pin Coat Rods
Nest Hook
Schneider Mirror

Designer furniture for entrances and hallways

The string shelving system is one of the true design classics of the 20th century and becomes even more versatile as the string clothes rack

Individual clothes racks and wardrobes with String & USM Haller

As individual as your demands, your favourite wardrobe and coat rack can be customised with shelving systems such as String and USM Haller. Whether with or without drawers or doors, in bright colours or simple tones, a compact hat rack or sophisticated cloakroom system - with USM and String there is something for every need. And if your needs change, if you want to expand or adjust something, then the systems from String and USM Haller allow just that, so your convertible solution can withstand every move and transformation.


Flatframe by Müller Small Living is perfect for hallways and small spaces

The Kiila clothes rack by Artek shows that the manufacturer is more than just Alvar Aalto


Classic & modern design for your hallway

Your entrance area is the first thing visitors see when they enter your home - so do not neglect its design. Targeted lighting is especially important in corridors with no or very little daylight: in addition, you should pay particular attention in the hallway, so you and your guests feel comfortable when entering your home. Pay attention to ensuring enough storage space in the form of sideboards, baskets or trend furniture such as the Plant Box of the Scandinavian manufacturer Ferm Living, which can be used as storage space or stage for beloved objects. In addition to its functionality, a well considered clothes rack can also serve as an eye-catcher - be it a design classic such as the Classicon Nymphenburg coat rack or the contemporary Kiila clothes rack from Artek.


A coat rack of class since 1908: Nymphenburg by Otto Blümel

In the Plant Box one cannot only store plants but also set them in scene


The details are not the details: accessories for your hallway

In addition to clothes racks, wardrobes, benches and shoe cabinets, it is worthwhile to provide your entrance area with a few accessories. Unfortunately, the hall often degenerates into an area that serves more as a storeroom, and is neglected when decorating the home: yet needn't be. Staged artwork can provide a remedy, as can an extravagant chair or a decorative floor lamp. A mirror in the hallway is a good idea in three respects: It visually enlarges the room, is a practical accessory, and looks at least as good as the viewer in the case of astutely selected design mirrors!


Timeless seating: Moormann's bench Langer Max

The Hang It All clothes rack from Vitra in elegant black

The Adnet Circulaire mirror was once designed for the fashion house Hermès


Five tips for narrow corridors and small entrance areas

In order to create an inviting feeling when entering an apartment, narrow corridors and small entrance areas should be carefully designed and matched to the rest of the apartment. But how can you optimally set up a narrow hallway? Little space, outgoing doors and therefore little wall space can be a real challenge when designing the corridor. To assist you we have put together five practical tips that will help you to turn any narrow corridor or entrance area into an inviting and functional space.


Norm Floor Mirror from Menu

Skagerak Georg Mirror


1. A colour concept for the narrow hallway

Corridors usually have little daylight especially in small hallways, it is therefore advisable to use a bright colour concept so that the room appears larger. Pastel tones, grey, beige or neutral white have an inviting, open and friendly effect and are best combined with light-coloured furniture in natural wood tones or with light colours that match the walls. Carefully used home accessories, mirrors or pictures create a pleasant contrast and enliven the room. Careful consideration should be given to ensure the chosen colour concept harmonises with the overall interior.

2. Create space and order with carefully selected hall furniture

If possible, only a few pieces of furniture should be placed in small hallways. With a space-saving shoe cabinet or shoe rack, you can easily manage the shoe chaos in the hallway. Regardless of whether a shoe cabinet, chest of drawers or clothes rack, in narrow corridors objects with a minimal depth are crucial so that the hall furniture does not block the way. Long, narrow furniture also emphasizes the shape of a small hallway and creates sufficient storage space. Sophisticated, multifunctional furniture is often designed especially for small rooms: benches that have a further level, for example, offer seating and storage space in one. The manufacturer Müller Small Living has specialized in design furniture for small apartments and, for example, supplies the perfect furniture for a small entrance area with the Flai storage bench.

3. Practical wall mounted coat racks for small entrance areas

When choosing furniture for the hallway, a focus is appropriate storage space for coats, hats, scarves, and general clothes: whereby placing the cloakroom as high up as practical, certainly above the line of sight, gives the impression of more space. Instead of hangers that protrude far into the room, coats, jackets and bags can simply be hung on coat hooks. In addition to timeless Thonet or Vitra clothes racks, there are also innovative contemporary designer objects from manufacturers such as Nils Holger Moormann or Schönbuch.

4. Home accessories and design ideas for your hallway

Instead of using large pictures that need a lot of space to work, you should consider decorating the walls in small corridors with small pictures. Runners not only provide a pleasant floor feeling and beautiful colour accents, they also elegantly emphasize the narrow shape of your hallway. A noble bowl as a storage space for keys, wallet or mobile phone on a chest of drawers or a wall shelf is not only indispensable, once introduced, but also sets special aesthetic accents. A round mirror placed over a chest of drawers provides a noble contrast in a narrow hallway. Mirrors in the hallway also make the room appear larger and always allow a last check of your outfit before going out.

5. Inviting lighting in small hallways

The light is also absolutely crucial for the hall furnishings, because a bright hallway not only looks larger, but is above all inviting. As floor lamps can take up too much space, it is best to combine one or more pendant lamps with an additional wall lamp. Design lights with integrated LED technology in particular are often characterised by their minimalist, slim design, without compromising on luminescence.


Libertine Rack from Million

Moormann Rechenbeispiel clothes rack