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          Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Entryway Touches Anyone Can DoDecember 9, 2013

          Some entries are awkward not-quite-rooms — this often happens after wacky renovations. For instance, in my neighborhood, a lot of the Arts and Crafts bungalows have weird vestibules where smallish outdoor entry porches used to be, and their proportions are odd. Filling one with furniture like a normal room would make it look too cluttered, but a console table by itself is not really enough. If you know what I’m talking about, you’ll delight in this settee solution as much as I did. Now, most of us don’t have an extra settee around, but it’s something to think about. A funky and inexpensive outdoor settee in wicker or metal could be cleaned up and painted to look great in one of these not-quite-a-room entryways.

          Jace Interiors & CreateGirl Blog added this to Guest Picks: Settees for Every Room and StyleJuly 22, 2013

          Designer Robin Pelissier used a settee to turn an entryway into a welcoming place to put on shoes.

          Samantha Schoech added this to 14 Settees and Lounges That Work Magic in Small SpacesNovember 7, 2012

          In a more casual entryway it can be the place to remove jackets and boots and set packages.

          Lisa Frederick added this to Cold-Weather Sports Gear Heats Up InteriorsOctober 10, 2012

          OK, I'm cheating a bit ... the coatrack in this airy seating nook is actually made from water skis. But the idea is so appealing that I couldn't resist. Substitute snow skis, and it would look just right for a mountain chalet.

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