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The Best Modern Chairs for Hallways and Entryways

Modern Chairs for Hallways and Entryways will be today’s topic. Entryways are the first part of the house every guest sees: it is the first disclosure of our own personal world. Hallways follow the same system. They are the guides, like streets, that lead everyone through our house. We usually focus our attention on decorating the living room, bedroom, the dining room, because these are the spaces we spent most of our time at. But if we lack attention on designing such structural important places like hallways and entryways our house decoration gets dysfunctional. So, today we will present you with the best modern chairs so you can design your tailor-made hallway and entryway design.

Modern Chairs for Hallways and Entryways

The best Modern Chairs

Brown and beige hallway design with two velvet upholstered armchairs

This is a marvellous hallway design in brown and black tones, characteristic of a well-thought break place in a big house. It exudes extreme elegance and all due to its furniture details, especially BEGONIA Armchairs. These velvet upholstered armchairs are inspired by the beauty and uniqueness of Begonia flowers. With its charming curves and soft cotton velvet upholstery, this is the perfect modern chair to create such an elegant hallway design.

See also: Modern Chairs for Living Rooms: The Ultimate Touch of Charm

Colorfull hallway design with two orange tufted velvet armchairs

For lovers of colourfully and full of life house decoration, this hallway design is ideal. It has all the elements working together to create such a unique and bespoke space. The centre of attention is the bold colour and design of the MALAY Armchairs that unify all the elements. This modern mid-century tufted velvet armchair is characteristic of its aged brass legs, embodying all the strength of nature itself.

Bright entryway in  white with a blue velvet upholstered dining chair

This is the ideal way to sweep your guests off their feet: with a modern, elegant and welcoming entryway design, and CAYO Dining Chair is the helper. This upholstered in blue velvet dining chair has legs in ash with walnut stain varnish. It is the blending of colours and textures that transforms this hallway design into such an inspirational one.

sophisticated entryway design with a round mirror and two brown velvet dining chairs

Such an impressive entryway design with elements that make it even more welcoming and sophisticated. In this design, the highlighted chair is NANOOK Dining Chair that blends the beauty and grandiosity of the master of the bears. This brown velvet dining chair has a strong presence due to its unique design balanced with the elegance of its details.

hallway deisgn with vivid blue cotton velvet armchair with ebony wood legs

Hallways are most of the time an extension of the entryway, complementing its design, in a more sophisticated way, but always with a welcoming essence. This hallway is the representation of how you can play with colours and textures and create such a fascinating room design. INCA Armchair is the central item in here. This upholstered in vivid blue cotton velvet armchair with legs in ebony wood veneer is the heart of the space, soothing so well with its essence.

Hallway in green tones with two fully upholstered in grey twill dining chairs

Green is such a fitting colour to design your hallway. In this case, the green tones contrast so well with the grey of the GAIA Dining Chairs. These fully upholstered in twill dining chairs make a statement in this space. Inspired by the earth personification in Greek mythology, these dining chairs give life and strength, but also comfort and unicity to the room.

Black and white hallway deisgn with

Hallways should carry on the design aesthetic of the rest of the house under the guideline of less is more. It is the case of this hallway design. This modern hallway has the stuffy red velvet upholstered HERA Armchair. This channel-tufted armchair is the ultimate example of comfort and elegance that will instantly transform any room.

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contemporary hallway decor with brownish armchair

The example of how you can have an open and clean hallway design with only two key elements: a unique design rug contrasting with a powerful armchair. DÊCO Rug by Rug’Society matches so well with the contemporary essence of PLUM Armchair. This fully upholstered synthetic leather armchair celebrates grandeur and opulence, filling the room.

green wall hallway design with two white armchairs with golden details

This is another excellent example of a colourful hallway design but, in this case, with the sobriety of these white elegant armchairs.

mid-century entryway design with white  velvet armchair

This is such a welcoming entryway, full of glamour and sophistication. This white modern armchair is the perfect element for this contemporary entryway design.

luxurious entryway in neutral tones

A neutral-tone entryway with such luxurious details. These two armchairs look beautifully, making the space look bigger and comfy.

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