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Modern Chairs for Entryways/Hallways: 10 Fierce, Trendy, Unique Ideas

Modern chairs for entryways and hallways are going to be today’s inspiration. We gathered 10 ideas to decorate your entryways and hallways the east way. The entryway sets the mood for the entire home. It is the space that starts to give you the “I am home” feeling and you start to unwind and disconnect from the stress outside; the closing of the front door is almost like a welcome to the warm and cosy inside, finally living the chaos of the day and its demands outside. 

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Modern Chairs for Entryways/Hallways

First impressions are usually the most important and are a sort of visual acknowledgement that we care about the space we come home to every day. This is the space that we say goodbye to last and hello to first, so it should have value, should be important and intentional.

Modern Chairs for Entryways/Hallways: 10 Fierce, Trendy, Unique Ideas

Modern Chairs for Entryways/Hallways
The Essentials

Sometimes entryways can be very small and others very big, nonetheless, regardless of the shape and size your space may take, sometimes all it needs is a console table or a unique piece of furniture, a coat hanger or a boot tray to keep both function and efficiency without losing comfort and warmth. Spice up your entryway by updating your entry door or repainting it, make your floor distinguishable from the rest of the house, use tile, rugs or a different wood type.

Modern Chairs for Entryways/Hallways
The Decor

Modern Chairs for Entryways/Hallways: 10 Fierce, Trendy, Unique Ideas

The entryway at La Finca Home in Madrid is a true mixture of emotions, memories and life patterns. BEGONIA Dining Chair in blue is the perfect complement to the wonderfully designed and produced COLOSSEUM Console while having its incredibly unique luxurious fierceness increased by the CAY Square Mirror and its unique aesthetic.

Impress your guests with this absolutely majestic entryway, counting with the hand-painted ARDARA II Console as the eye-turner, combined with the black lacquered HELIOS mirror. In contrast, we can see the gold custom made NAICCA Suspension Light and the AURUM XL Wall Lights and to complete this set are the velvet brown-toned NANOOK Dining Chairs.

This modern and colourful entryway is composed of the IBIS Armchair and IBIS Bench. Both, the armchair and the bench are upholstered in cotton velvet and have aged brass nailheads trim and are a representation of Ibis birds known for their long slim legs. The beautiful lighting that highlights every detail is brought by the ECLIPSE Wall Lights and the NAICCA Suspension Light.

A hallway with modern classic interior design trends where our KAROO Armchair, fully upholstered in cotton satin is the central product. This hallway is completed by COLTRANE Wall Light by DelightFULL, the stunning LAPIAZ Black Sideboard by Boca do Lobo and the elegant MIDNIGHT rug by Rug’Society. This room is a comfortable space for your guest to rest!

Hallways tend to be a difficult part to decorate, but you can always count on BRABBU to give you inspiration. Here, you can see a hotel hallway with our MANUKA Side Table with an aged matte brass structure and bronze glass tabletop that resembles a glorious beehive. You can also see two MALAY Armchairs tufted upholstered with aged brass legs, creating a bespoke interior.

Keep your modern, monochromatic hallway interior interesting by pairing different textures or adding small metallic touches. As in this entry, where we combine the BRYCE Side Table, with a fibreglass body and finishes in high gloss black lacquer with gold leaf and DUKONO Armchair upholstered in synthetic leather. To harmonize the environment we also added the wonderful NIKU Wall Light.

For an outstanding, minimalist and modern hallway or entryway design, combine straight, curved and angular lines with splashes of neutral colours with BRABBU furniture, like the COLOSSEUM Console and the DAVIS Armchair.

An eclectic hallway with SHAKA Wall Light to make a statement in the pink shades interior design set. SHAKA Wall Light is composed of hammered brushed aged brass and was inspired by one of the most influential monarchs of the Zulu Kingdom, Shaka Zulu. MAYA Armchair fully upholstered and with legs in matte aged brass is complemented by the SEQUOIA Side Table Big with walnut root veneer top and by the amazing HERON Rug from Rug’Society.

A modern entryway with SHAKA Wall Light composed of hammered brushed aged brass and inspired by one of the most influential monarchs of the Zulu Kingdom, Shaka Zulu. It is the sconce that will create an imposing yet perfectly balanced golden light in your home. You could add the IGUAZU Armchair and the GOROKA Side Table, coated with silver leaf with shades of translucent red and a glossy varnish to satisfy everyone that visits your home.

How to impress your guests right when they step in your door? Give an elegant atmosphere to our entryway with the modern CAYO Dining Chair completed with the impressive display of craftmanship of the AGRA Console. Finish this exquisite entryway with the charismatic CAY SQUARE Mirror and comforting light of the AURUM II Suspension Light.

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