HALLWAY IDEAS TO STEAL
Need some hallway ideas? Your corridor deserves to be a stylish room of its own and we have over 100 hallway pictures to help you make the most of the space. From ingenious storage solutions to stylish furniture and lighting, our hallway decorating ideas will show you how to make yours so much more than just an entryway. So get inspired by these amazing hallway design ideas. Your home will thank you for it…
Pretty patterned textiles and bright colours – the hallmarks of Good Earth – punctuate every space of Anita’s house in Delhi. The feeling is contemporary, but each of the designs is drawn from and celebrates the remarkable textile heritage of India and the Silk Road. An Anglo-Indian pedestal table sits at the centre of the entrance hall.
This map in Will Fisher’s south-east London home might be a John Rocque original from the mid-18th century (Will runs Jamb in Pimlico Road, London which deals in antiques and immaculate reproductions). But you can find similar. Try this ‘Chart of London City’ reproduction wall mural, part of the National Maritime Museum collection,
The black doors and the neutral palette used for the walls create a contemporary contrast with the reclaimed wood floor. On the right, pocket sliding doors open up to a seating area-cum-spare room while the stairs opposite lead down to the kitchen.
Ed and Polly Nicholson’s Georgian house opens into a wide entrance hall featuring Michael Bennett oils, which hang above an eighteenth-century table. A chair from Edward Hurst and a rug from Edward Marnier decorate the rear of this space, which leads out to the garden.
As you enter the house, the light-filled hall leads you towards the back door and into the garden. Formerly the home of Howard Hodgkin, this Victorian house in west London has a bohemian history, which the current artist owner has carefully maintained. A Robert Buhler landscape of France from the Forties hangs against a ‘Braulen’ wallpaper from Nina Campbell.
Farrow & Ball’s ‘Off-White’ and ‘Old White’ provide the perfect backdrop for a set of early-eighteenth-century prints, in the hallway of Willie and Nickie Gething’s West Country house. The interiors were decorated by Willie’s sister, designer Caroline Paterson.