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Autumn Storage Solutions

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

The change in seasons means cooler weather and out come the boots, hats, scarves and gloves, ready for autumnal walks and forest foraging. At Myakka, we offer some smart storage solutions to help make sure you don't suffocate under a pile of extra clothing and footwear!

Our Thakat 2 Drawer Settle is perfect in a hallway with its two deep drawers ideal for everything from shoes to blankets.  It's the perfect perch to tie shoelaces. If you have a little more space, there is a three drawer version too.

If a slim footprint is essential for your hallway storage then our Mallani Asymmetric Drawer and Store Cupboard offers maximum storage in its slender 30cm depth frame. With a useful cupboard, one full-width drawer and two smaller drawers, there is enough room to organise the whole family's scarves, gloves and hats.

A console table is a real hallway hero, a great focal feature designed to offer essential storage without dominating the room.  Our ivory painted Milborne Hallway Table has two useful drawers, a base shelf and a natural pine top. Alternatively, make a greater impact wiith our Mallani Large Console Table, it has three drawers and two useful slatted shelves to help store anything and everything from pairs of shoes to bottles of wine.

If a comfy upholstered seat is what you're after to sit on to remove your muddy boots, then our Leather Topped Bench is the perfect choice. Adding burnished comfort to a porch or boot-room, its slatted shelf makes a neat home for shoes and boots.

Take a look at all our hallway storage ideas here.

Here at Myakka, we love any excuse for an autumnal ramble or winter walk and in Somerset we are spoilt for choice with beautiful countryside and coast in which to do it (as well as great pubs in which to take refreshment). If you're in our local area then check our Walks & Walking Routes in Somerset where you can downloads routes and maps. If you are based elsewhere in the UK, the National Trust website is a great place to start to look too.

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