hallstand

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a piece of furniture where coats and hats and umbrellas can be hung

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Among his recently completed projects on display at Architectural Salvage are wine stoppers he fashioned out of old doorknobs and ceramic faucet handles, priced at $19; a 53-inch-long bench made from a four-panel door salvaged from an old house in the Payne Park area, priced at $225; and a hall tree made from two four-panel doors from a remodeled home on Osprey Avenue.
Cast-iron hall trees sell for $450 to $1,000, depending on the condition and ornamentation.
At this year's Tupelo show, the Bowmans found new hall trees and end tables in pine and oak at Powell to fill the holes in their lines.
Shady Lady presents new Mission statement table and floor lamps, handpainted occasional tables in a variety of styles, a Lodge Motif group, pedestals and an array of hall trees, towel racks, bath accessories and decorative finials, among others.
Futons, curios, consoles and hall trees are [also] businesses we can dominate without getting out of our circle of competence.