399 Hallway Design Photos And Ideas

The entryway is minimal yet stylish, thanks to simple and location-specific artwork and a couple of brightly covered books.
Pale wooden floors and white walls brighten the interiors.
A hallway overlooking the atrium.
Water features, which convey the balance that the philosophy of Ying and Yang calls for, is expressed in a pond-like pool in the middle of the house.
The backside of the fireplace in the great room.
Passageways take advantage of the Southside of the house, so that living areas and bedrooms receive Northern sunlight. White walls are satin-finished or bagged brickwork.
Art work along the walls of the hallway that connect the wings.
The entry to a corridor that leads to the bedroom wing.
Wood-lined walls hold storage space and match the six-inch-wide plank oak flooring.
Free-standing walls highlight the couple's noteworthy art collection. "The owner has a phenomenal eye," says architect Martin Marciano. "She could be curating in any modern art museum."
In the back right, you'll see that one of only two rooms touch the shell of the home. Fiedler Marciano Architecture kept the ceiling open and airy, respecting the integrity of the original architecture of the loft.
The design team writes: "As a wooden grid structure the furniture pieces pull the structural grid through the surface of the GRP walls and seem to be peeling off the tube."
Passage through the home is shaped by various-sized doorways.
Informal lounge spaces along the arched corridor provide ample opportunities for interaction between travelers.
Mid-century modern furniture pieces with blue pastel upholstery and warm wood tones accent the white, bright corridors.
A grille of walnut slats, designed by Syme and made by the local millworkers MCM, delineates the edge of a new stair with open treads made of hot-rolled steel. Tall Bulthaup cabinets mark the edge of the dining area; Evans, a mechanical engineer, had them custom-made to conceal heating ducts that vent almost invisibly through the top edge.
Art and games throughout the space invoke camp memories. Much of the art and accessories, like the photographs above, come from the Camp Wandawega Land of Nod collaboration.
Large openings in the latticework facade brings in sunshine and sea breezes.
The entrance hall, with bamboo flooring, dark grey paintwork, and a cork wall for added texture.
Stylish display shelving in the entrance hallway.
A versatile hallway on the upper level.
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Glass and open spaces keep the interiors bright and airy.
Interior courtyard with a pond.
The steel and glass construction
The rich textural contrast between concrete and wood on the façade, is repeated with the interiors.
A skylight in the hallway.
Beyond the gas fireplace by Spark Fires, a Ball pendant lamp by George Nelson hangs over a custom cedar table in the dining area.
Colorful scattered coat hooks by the architect-designers Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster.
Formaldehyde-free plywood was used for most of the interior fit outs.
Entering the structure.
Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s stone sculpture is displayed in the entry.
Spruce shingles in the entry have been painted to resemble the region's traditional red-tile roofs.
Hand-blown Salt Crystal lights by Jeff Zimmerman hang above custom oak bench in the entrance hall.
A series of black-and-white abstract panels symbolize the Stations of the Cross.
A curved totem pole stands in the building’s apse.
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Another view of the entry showcasing the interior pod-like design.
The entry.
The floors of the common areas were fitted in white oak.
The new living room/dining room space is bright and airy compared to the previous dark and outdated state.

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.

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