750 Hallway Design Photos And Ideas - Page 3

The 2nd floor corridor creates a light-filled axial connection to all 4 bedrooms and their amenities.
Corridor connecting upper and lower level of the house.
Light moves along the wall as the day progresses.
Reclaimed wood barn-doors
Here is a look at the lacquered MDF and Vienna straw cabinet, which was designed by Marcante-Testa and crafted by Falegnameria Fiore.
Details of the passageway: wallpaper by Maharam, a reading area with a vintage bookcase, and a 1950s armchair from Carrozzeria 900.
The mezzanine loft looks down to the living and dining rooms.
The open sliding doors of the kitchen and children’s room can flexibly stretch the space, and when fully opened, improve circulation.
Arriving at the Foyer lined with timber-paneled walls, a glimpse of the Living bathed in abundant daylight is revealed. Beyond a grey fin wall is the Lounge.
Studio B Architecture+Interiors selected all the finishes and lighting in the home.
The oak staircase, arched studded front door, and decorative floor tiles in the hallway have a wonderful handcrafted look.
The free-standing bath is set next to a large window, framing views of Ben Loyal, an isolated mountain in Sutherland.
entrance makes you feel in a cave.
Topped with a thin slab of board-formed concrete, the glazed corridor doubles as the entry foyer.
Bridge that link living wing and service wing
From the foyer, a bridge-like corridor lined with bookshelves and art leads to the master suite.
Hall to Master Suite w/ Custom Pivot Door
Entry Hall
Dorchester Interior Mudroom/Lockers
A vertical slit has been made in the main cube to create an inner patio. The slit brings in air and light, breaking up the mass of the cube and softening the sharp geometry of the design.
The tasting room celebrates rainwater as it flows off the roof, down a rain chain, and into the pond.
A skylight creates interesting light play at the top of the staircase landing.
"Imbuia wood has a rich texture that contrasts with the floor and gives character to the surroundings," adds the firm.
Large windows frame views to the exterior from one end of the cabin to the other.
An entryway with perforated walls.
In the foyer, Phillip Jeffries’ tranquil blue Fade Sea Spray wallpaper gives a subtle nod to the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains, which guests have views of from the property.
The walls throughout The Clifton were painted in Farrow & Ball’s Stone Blue, and the trim was gussied up with the complementary shade of Stiffkey Blue by Farrow & Ball.
Indoor-outdoor living is embraced in all areas of the Blue Oaks House, thanks to the expansive glazed windows and doors.
Floor Gres Architech porcelain floor tiles (in Ash Gray) line the entry and lower level corridor.
The house is organized around a diamond-shaped inner courtyard.
"One of the most interesting features is the glazed floor above the master corridor that allows a flood of light to penetrate into the kitchen zone," says Robertson.
A look at one of the restored stucco arches along the ceiling of the hallway.
A compact bedroom is enclosed in the black volume just off of the entrance. A small bathroom lies adjacent.
Here's a look at the entrance foyer that features a door leading out to the parking pad.
If desired, the track lighting can easily be updated with more contemporary styles.
Despite the entrance hall being semi-enclosed, you can still get a glimpse of the light-filled interior thanks to the open atrium.
The playful curtain hides the kitchen worktops and appliances, so the corridor is clutter-free. This space works well as a waiting lounge for clients.
Along one side of the entrance hall is the kitchen that can be concealed with a funky, gold metallic curtain made from an isothermal emergency blanket.
Dunin wanted to carry the theme of the eucalyptus throughout the property, including in the entryway, which has a light resembling branches.
New black-framed windows capture the views of the palm trees' long branches.
A peek at the glass-encased shower stall.

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.