748 Hallway Design Photos And Ideas - Page 4

Right angles were eschewed in favor of curved, organic forms. "If you look at the ceilings, the woodwork looks like rowboats," continue the agents. "They are the trusses that hold the house up—there are no cross support beams, because they would have had right angles."
The iron staircase that weaves its way through the four floors has a decorative screen.
The vestibule floor was retiled with ivory and sage penny tiles, while five-inch white oak planks were put down as new flooring throughout.
White interiors and ample glazing now make the space feel open and bright up. Blackened beams pick up on the industrial aesthetic of the exterior.
The sloped walls of the original home were integrated and combined with the extension. This was done via the connection of a double-height entry and a second-floor bridge.
A hallway next to the kitchen leads to the master suite nestled on the east side of the main building.
Atop the kitchen and bathroom lies an additional sleeping quarter, directly under the sky above.
Some of the interior walls have been lined with plywood and painted white to complement the white-painted bricks.
Entrance
Corridor
Corridor
Staircase
In collaboration with Tony Quirk Builders and structural engineer Spencer Holmes, Lo’CA finished the house in 10 months. Bursts of color, like the front door painted in Kombi green by Resene
The single-level hotel and spa is spread across 3,229-square-feet, and includes a reception hall, a spa, and four bedrooms that all have access to an outdoor terrace.
The hallway tiles are by Domus.
Cliff Dwelling | Olson Kundig
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
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.

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.