Georgetown TownhouseTransitional Entry, DC Metro
Entry Hall. Photo credit: Ricci Shryock
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Dilemma: An Extremely Narrow HallWith an entryway this narrow, a table (or even floating shelf) is out of the question. Use what little floor space is available to wrangle umbrellas in a chic holder, and attach a few small hooks to the wall to hold keys. Design details: In a tiny hall, you can use the surfaces to bring in color and pattern. Here, the patterned tile floor, pendant light and glossy black door paint dress up the space, and even the narrow radiator cover is used to hold a vase of flowers.