Entryway Benches

Stun your friends and family with one of our elegant entryway benches. Great for embellishing living rooms, bedrooms, and recreation rooms, entryway benches are practical and create an inviting atmosphere in any home.

It's a versatile piece that quickly provides added functionality and style to any room. Attached to an entryway or a foyer, it's the perfect seat for putting on boots or setting down a heavy bag while you're getting your coat. Listed below are several ways you can decorate with an Entryway Bench

At the Entryway. A versatile bench should be that perfect addition to your foyer whenever you're putting on shoes. Adding it could also get rid of the clutter caused by too many shoes. It's underneath could serve as extra shoe storage, which is accessible. Put it on while comfortably seated when you need to go out. A neutral and natural woven textured bench will lend some visual interest to a dull room. Add in a colorful kilim rug to complement your bench. At the Patio Powder Room. A water-resistant wooden bench such as those made of teak will undoubtedly add character to an all-white powder room. Use it to store your white hand towels and linens or sit on while you're shaving or letting your deep conditioner work its magic. Need a sleeker bench for a contemporary all modern bathroom, choose a leather bench instead. 

At the Porch for an Extra Seating. If you live in a small apartment with limited porch space or need an extra seat for guests, a bench with a backrest and armrest can play up the part of a sofa. Add in some cushions to get even more comfortable. Likewise, a bench with an exciting design can stand out as an accent chair. A wooden one with a spindle backrest will look great in any living room theme, whether indoors or outdoors. At the Patio Deck Seating Sectional. Yes, that same bench for seating can function as a center table for your outdoor living spaces. It can hold books, magazines, and small accessories or decorations like planters or succulents if it's layered. You can also use a bench to divide an open space plan by placing it behind a sofa. It divides the space without shrinking it, letting you keep the visual elements of an open floor plan. 

At the Yard's Dining Area. With or without a backrest, a bench at the dining table can provide a priceless opportunity to bond with loved ones. A bench is so versatile that there are probably more options to use it in your house. Have a seat, consider the superb pieces at our Entryway Bench collection further. Perhaps, include it in one of your purchases. Questions? Ask away. We are with you every step of the way.