Antique Hall Cupboards are a slim design quite often with a hanging rail like a hall wardrobe so designed to store your coats, hats and scarves. Due to their practical size they would sit just as easily in a hallway as a bedroom and were built in the late 19th Century Victorian period from around 1880 to the Edwardian period of 1901. Antique Hall Cupboards were not over produced so can be quite difficult to find but we do get very nice examples in stock. The woods used in construction was mainly Oak and Walnut but some earlier examples were in Mahogany, quite plain in design but sometimes with simple carvings. They will stand on a plain plinth or shaped bracket feet and are a very practical size with clean stylish lines. Some earlier large 18th Century Georgian cupboards were adapted by Edwardian cabinet makers to be smaller and converted into the slim hall cupboard as this would fit into the new smaller properties. The interior will contain just shelves, a single brass hanging rail with brass sliding hooks attached or just hooks attached to the back boards so only have limited hanging. Have a look at our cupboard category for lovely examples available for sale or email us with your requirements as we do offer a wanted service.