- Andrew Hall Tree $299
- Declan Mirror Hall Tree, Weathered Dutch White $499 Special $399
- Declan Mirror Hall Tree, Burnished Pine $499 Special $399
- Declan Entry Hall Tree, Weathered Dutch White $599 – $799 Special $599 – $639
- Declan Entry Hall Tree, Burnished Pine $599 – $799 Special $599 – $639
- Declan Entry Hall Tree, Weathered Dutch White $1,647
- Declan 3-Piece Entryway Set, Burnished Pine $1,647
- Wade Cabinet Tower, Weathered Pine $999
- Wade Cabinet Tower, Almond White $999
- Lucy Coat Rack $199
- Cast Metal Standing Coat Rack $99
- Blacksmith Coat Rack $299 Special $167
- New York Closet Coat Rack $229
- Moran Coat Rack $299
- Build Your Own - Moran Collection $52 – $299
- Wall-Mount Coat Rack $99
- Wade Wood and Wire Cubby, Weathered Pine $379 Special $223
Hall Trees & Coat Racks
Not every foyer has a closet, but now every entryway can be turned into a mini-mudroom thanks to the selection of hall trees and coat racks for any size space. If you want to keep your entryways organized but with minimal furnishings, we at Pottery Barn have the perfect solution. Let us show you why your home could use a hall tree and coat rack and it may not just be for your entryway.
Hall trees and coat racks can be some of the most functional pieces you’ll own in your home. Why? Because they’re highly functional and take up little space. A hall tree is a piece of furniture with hooks, a storage bench, shelves and possibly a full-length mirror that all fits right inside your entryway as a place to hang coats, umbrellas and store bulky items under the bench. That’s a lot of functionality built into one piece of furniture. Even more compact is a coat rack, a basic stick with hooks, that welcomes in guests and is a convenient place to hang outerwear.
But the entryway is not the only place you need functional furniture. A hall tree and coat rack can be adaptable in many areas of the house. A hall tree can be placed in other halls that aren’t entryways, even in a bathroom as an alternative linen closet and place to hang and store towels. Coat racks are flexible enough to use all around the house, from playrooms on which to hang play clothes to bedrooms for hanging robes, nightgowns and even accessories such as hats and scarves.
Today’s hall trees and coat hooks are purposely stylish to fit in with any type of decor around your home. You’ll find hall trees and coat racks that fit into traditional to contemporary spaces. Wood hall trees warm up an entryway into an inviting space or add a sculptural quality into a living room or bedroom. Coat racks have curvy lines and vintage-inspired decorative flourishes that look exceptional in living spaces.
Modular Tower Sets
Hall trees have evolved into modular tower sets that can be added onto as your needs change. A set can include a bench flanked by one or two separate towers, depending on your available space. Towers come in all types of configurations from open shelving to cabinetry so you can conceal your storage or keep it handy to grab off a shelf.
Hall Tree Sizes
Hall trees come in all widths to fit in all spaces. No longer are hall trees only for large foyers. You’ll find hall trees that look like towers, but they have hooks, a bench and storage and come about 22" wide versus wider hall trees.
In addition to narrow hall trees, there are modular hall tree systems that include a bench seat flanked by one or two flat-to-the-wall coat racks. This style of a coat rack is essentially a hall tree without a built-in bench. This style allows for a double row of hooks to hang outerwear. These highly functional benchless hall trees are ideal in compact spaces to hold a lot of coats and outerwear.
Hall trees and coat racks are beautiful enough to integrate and coordinate with your living room furniture and even your bedroom sets. Now, your family can stay organized and stylish easily every day.