What is the meaning of the furniture term Hall Chair?

A hall chair is a type of chair designed specifically for placement in a hallway or entryway, typically near the entrance of a home. It is also sometimes referred to as an entryway chair or foyer chair. Hall chairs are typically smaller in size compared to other types of chairs and are intended to provide a place for people to sit briefly while putting on or removing shoes, or waiting for someone to answer the door. They often feature decorative elements and may have armrests or a small storage compartment for items like umbrellas or canes. The primary function of a hall chair is to provide a convenient seating option in the entryway area. Formal, ornamental chair.
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