496 Hallway Design Photos And Ideas - Page 4

The new living room/dining room space is bright and airy compared to the previous dark and outdated state.
A walkway leads across the upper level.
The striking juxtaposition of wood and glass.
A George Nakashima chaise in foyer.
Central walkway
Fractal alcoves punctuate the cabinetry.
The original building’s structural framework is a series of sloping studs; Verschueren left these intact on the side of the house to be enlarged, matching them to new vertical studs in the frame constructed for the extension.
Bryan painted the metal band that runs around the top of each staircase Space Black by Benjamin Moore to match the treads.
This holiday retreat in Cairns, Australia has eight-meter high full-height glass windows, and a 59-foot long lap pool.
The glass wall forces focus on the texture of the surrounding cliffs.
Steve Conine, a software engineer, installed and programmed many of the details himself, like the Dell UltraSharp flat-screen panels inlaid into the entryway of the home.
Fitted on all sides with warm wood, this double-height, gable-shaped passageway serves as the entrance to the house.
Stairs lead to the bedrooms.
The Conine family’s Jackson Hole hideaway is completely wired.
The renovation honors the grand, cathedral-like proportions of the original barn. In addition to the
Refinished concrete floors extend down the Gallery corridor.  Perforated concrete blocks act as transom windows to fill the corridor with light.  Mahogany woodwork and doors lead to the sleeping spaces.
Once dark and
Benjamin Moore's
Johnny Lökaas and Conny Ahlgren pose in their living room with some of their art collection, which includes a Julian Opie portrait and works by Keith Haring and others. Space to show the art and good light for viewing it were the priorities.
On view in the soaring atrium are a jacaranda high board from the 1960s, a chrome and glass lamp from Italy, a black leather chair and footstool by Sergio Rodrigues, a Berber rug, and a pair of photographs by the Brazilian artist Luiz Braga.
In this Brazilian home, São Paulo studio Jacobsen Arquitetura placed laminated timber porticoes approximately 1.31 feet apart, to create a dynamic linear aesthetics that brings to mind the tori gates of Kyoto’s famous Fushimi Inari shrine.
Although the loft is relatively small, high ceilings and an open floor plan give it room to spare.
“There’s not a single place where you’re not aware of the larger landscape,” Moffitt says. “The double-height living room is such a generous space that it feels big.”
Designed by engineer and designer David Henken in the 1950s, this three-bedroom, one-bath residence is in the Usonia Historic District in Pleasantville, New York and is known as the Anderson House.
Antique-looking birdhouses are displayed in a hallway office space upstairs.
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North Hatley, Quebec
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Blackened steel for the Noroof-designed minimalist staircase matches the living room’s “Breuer” window; reclaimed ash flooring came from a demolished church in Ohio.
An interior window creates flow between the skylit landing and baby Banks’s room.
A bridge connects the second-floor office and guest bedroom with the backyard-facing master bedroom. To prevent excessive solar heat gain in this especial space, Butler Armsden used high performance Unilux low-e windows. Two Eurofase pendant lights from Chromos illuminate the hallway at night.
Looking back towards the front door. The kitchen is to the left.

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.