Entryway Furniture for the Back Door
Handcrafted in plantation-grown acacia wood and distressed by hand, the Kavari Entryway Cabinet and Bench have an antique feel that creates a traditional warm welcome into your home. Designed with open shelving for shoes and bags or closed-door storage to hide clutter, this foyer makes a neat first impression the moment you open the door.
Sure the front entryway or foyer is always the star, grabbing all of the attention and more of the interior design budget. After all, that’s the first space guests see when they arrive and it sets the tone for your entire house. However, for most families, it’s the other entryway that gets used constantly, day in and day out. The space just inside the backdoor may be one of the most important and most neglected areas in your home—in both design and function. Crate and Barrel Entryway Furniture
Whether you have children who need a place to hang coats and backpacks or stash boots and mittens or you are constantly going in and out to barbeque or snip herbs from a kitchen garden, the back entry serves as much more than a place to pass through on the way out in the morning or arrive home at night.
The perfect solution for decorating the back entryway is one that combines great organization and beauty. The Paterson Black Bench from Crate and Barrel caught our attention. It offers function and at the same time is stylish in an updated modern take on the traditional hall tree. An added bonus is that one bench could be used in a small space, while two or three would could great and provide plenty of hanging hooks and storage nooks for easy access.