569 Hallway Design Photos And Ideas

The entrance hallway is lined with a series of vintage baseball catcher's masks, dating from the 1920s to 50s.
A sculptural lilac trunk—which is over a hundred years old—hangs on the entry wall and serves as inspiration for the interior color palette.
entrance area
The couple’s preference for raw, natural materials, tactile surfaces, and verdant color can be seen throughout the house.
Perf House | AMA
Upstairs main entry
View on the corridor
The entrance hall
Ground floor hall
Hallway and double-height stair
Hall and main feature stair with concrete-filled steel treads
Glazed hallway
Green elephant by Azovskiy + Pahomova
Green elephant by Azovskiy + Pahomova
Fabric scrim screen the view to the road and casting cool ambient light in the entry courtyard.
A look at the antique pine bench with a vintage boucherouite rug from Pink Rug Co, artwork by Jason Archer, and Icelandic sheepskin rug from Society of Wanderers along the entry corridor.
Splashes of color are interwoven into the original fabric of the structure, which reflects the creativity of the client.
The main corridor, punctuated with full-height glazing, doubles as an art gallery.
Artwork lines the walkway that connects the two ends of the upper floor.
The entry sequence is lined with reclaimed teak flooring.
The kitchen includes a bar area with a wine cooler, two refrigerators, a fumed mirror backsplash, multiple pantries, and numerous modern appliances.
Both the walls of the hallway leading to the master bedroom and the two bathrooms are covered in a Fornasetti wallpaper that features dreamy cloud graphics.
A narrow hallway leads to the bedroom. As you can see, the movement from light colors to dark creates a bold, dramatic aesthetic.
With dark blue walls and ceilings, the chromatic dining area is a striking contrast to the light-colored living area, which has pale chestnut flooring on French-inspired white walls.
White walls and fit-outs give the home a light, summery atmosphere.
Internal brick walls and polished concrete surfaces provide thermal mass that help keep the interior spaces cool.
A central breezeway brings the family together to enjoy the tranquil outdoor scenery.
Interior View
The connecting corridor, or circulation spine, uses built-ins to create space for various activities, such as a family study, a music spot, and reading nooks.
The architects located a new kitchen and dining space in the northern part of the addition. A curving corridor connects the original house to the new kitchen and dining space. Expansive openings in the hallway look into the new enclosed courtyard.
Interior spaces appear to flow seamlessly to the outside as materials continue from inside to out through invisible sheets of glass.
Simple, readily available materials were used throughout: wood-framed walls are sheathed in plywood or recycled boards, and doubled pairs of steel columns support beams that in turn support exposed roof structures.
A pair of lights from IKEA hang above the first floor, which houses the living room, kitchen, and bathroom. Pine floors, painted black, run throughout the residence.
An east-facing view of the central circulation hallway is flanked with full-height, dark-gray anodized aluminum windows.

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.