Either a thin and tall vertical radiator or a squat and short column radiator
One of the best solutions for heating an entrance hall is a thin and tall vertical radiator with which we can maximise the use of ceiling heights without losing output. The depth of flat panel radiators or tubular radiators with completely flat tubes does not exceed ten centimetres however these thin design radiators can make the entrance hall warm thanks to their good efficiency.
It happens that we are lacking the vertical wall space. In this case, we can install a short and squat column radiator under stairs or windowsill (if we possibly have a window) since trendy column radiators that come in 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 column versions can provide an extensive selection of heat outputs.
Placing a mirror radiator into a narrow entrance hall is also a good idea. In this way we can make it elegant and larger than its actual size with the space increasing effect of the mirror.
And last but not least, we can choose a creative coat rack radiator with handy hooks, shelves or a mirror which serves equally as a coat rack and an efficient heating device.