845 Hallway Design Photos And Ideas

In the corridor between the living room and the bedrooms, light blue hues signal a transition from daytime to nighttime spaces. Serboli preserved the original geometric tile where possible, as in this area of the hallway off the private sleeping quarters.
Pops of color add plenty of character to one of the bedrooms.
A bedroom with an ensuite bathroom.
A bright, yellow "function wall" saves space and visually expands this compact apartment.
The entrance to the apartment is also painted a cheerful yellow.
The mud room is swathed in the same inky palette as the exterior.
The entryway is designed for gear management with hooks and a custom-made bench with storage baskets. The floors are made of durable, hospital-grade FLEXCO radial high-profile rubber. The colorful rug from Kat + Maouche softens up the stark interior.
The breezy foyer exemplifies the design team’s commitment to creating an airy, elegant space.
Stone steps lead up from the gated front door to the entrance on the south side of the house.
Young's obsession with textiles is apparent—vintage rugs are strewn throughout the home in an array of styles and hues.
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A full-length mirror on one side of the 10-foot-tall door brings additional light into the bathroom.
A close-up view of one of the home's original lighting fixtures.
A novelty for its time, the skylight floods the central hallway with natural light.
The entryway serves as the most welcoming spot in the home, with a multitude of textures lending a homely feel.
The wooden floors inside the house echo the trees outside.
Sixteen-foot ceilings and glass doors seamlessly connect the living spaces to the outdoors.
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Rectangular skylights help bring natural light into the home, offsetting the heaviness of the concrete volume.
The millwork was custom designed by Parts and Labor Design.
The roof's angular planes help unify the central living spaces under the multi-faceted ceiling.
Floor-to-ceiling walls of glass flood the interior with natural light while providing views of a courtyard-like terrace with a tree.
The front door leads to a large entrance hall, which opens onto the kitchen. The home is mostly laid out over one level, but the stairs lead to an upper level with a family room that could also be used as an additional bedroom.
The sliding glass doors throughout the home provide a strong connection with the outdoors.
Wood accents have been inserted throughout.
The frames around the glass were kept minimal so as to put the attention on the outdoors. The polished concrete flooring inside merges easily with the courtyard to encourage a sense of indoor/outdoor flow.
A hallway in the original house connects the living room to a bathroom.
For the entry, Alan created a series of high stone ceiling arches with recessed mirrors inspired by The Orangery in Versailles. The original mosaic floor was kept and seamlessly worked into the redesign.
In both houses, the children's bedrooms are spread out on multiple floors.
A separate bunkhouse provides additional guest quarters.
Studio B Architecture + Interiors selected all the finishes and lighting in the home. "By also designing the interiors, the collective vision is realized," says Scott Lindenau, FAIA.
Paintings by Adalina Coromines.
Paintings by Adalina Coromines.
Steel stair leading to the rooftop vegetable garden.
 The openings on the walls and roof ensure the house is well illuminated and well ventilated, while creating the natural viewpoints for every space of the house.
The large void connects all the spaces of the house, enabling people to interact with each other and be closer to nature.
Floating upper cabinets supported by blackened steel posts create a visual buffer between the front public areas and back private zone.
Strategic site planning and smart technology help the 3,200-square-foot Great Gulf Active House achieve hyper-efficiency. The Toronto-based architecture firm, superkül, used triple-glazed windows; a solar hot water system; zoned heating; a fully automated HVAC system, skylights, and roller shades; LED lights; and spray foam insulation, among other green strategies.
To create different experiences throughout the home, windows were strategically positioned. In passageways, windows connect the viewer with the exterior of the cabin.
A tiled entryway sets the stage for the property's warm, light-filled interiors. The entrance leads directly to the living space.
A glimpse inside the entry hallway anchored by a grandfather clock.
A stunning wall of windows creates a cloister-like feel adjacent to the main courtyard. The outdoor spaces
The entire home is encased in glass and soaked in natural light.
Existing timber floorboards in the old house were sanded and re-polished.
Starting with the front hall, the architects opened up the enclosed stairwell and utilized a lighter palette to bounce natural light around. White walls, concrete floors, and minimal trim produce a streamlined backdrop.
The entryway is an elegant lead-in to the rest of the apartment, with its stone tile floors, white walls, and white oak paneling and bench.
In contrast to the natural white oak millwork found in the living areas, the owner's private closet storage is stained in a dark color.
Cherry wood millwork unit as a multi purpose storage space
A bold green and blue artwork is posed above a dark wood trestle table in the dining area.
The home's entryway is bright white, with subtle Victorian accents.
The renovation sacrificed some of the upstairs floor space to a create a mezzanine.
Wood slats divide the space while providing additional storage.
The copper-clad kitchen console divides the living area from the entrance hall and Dinesen timber staircase.

More than a way to get from point A to point B, modern hallways are important transitional spaces that connect both rooms and people. A well-designed hallway maximizes our experience of moving between activities and stages of the day. The photos below showcase some outstanding examples with various flooring options from hardwood to concrete.