It’s that time of year again; time to drag jackets, boots, umbrellas, and hats from the depths of your closet and dust ‘em off for another round of fickle fall weather. If you’re anything like us, you probably don’t have a plan of attack just yet for where all of these extra essentials are going to live. Enter the handy hall tree. If you have one, nice work, you’re one step ahead of us regarding fall organization. If you don’t have one yet, you soon will after considering what they can do for you and your space-saving savvy.
Hall trees come in all shapes and sizes to fit just about any taste and space. Most come equipped with an all-important set of hanging hooks, and a shelf or drawer for added utility. A simple hall tree bearing these basics should do the trick, helping to tame the overflow of gear necessary for this time of year. But if you find yourself needing a little extra space for those chic scarves you love to sport, or a place to stash a few cozy throws, there’s always the benched hall tree. Offering concealed storage, benched hall trees are the way to go if you require additional space. Granted, they tend to be a bit bigger than their non-benched counterparts, but they provide a convenient spot to sit while taking off your sloshy shoes and boots.
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