135 Hallway Light Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

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Corridor connecting upper and lower level of the house.
Light moves along the wall as the day progresses.
Reclaimed wood barn-doors
The mezzanine loft looks down to the living and dining rooms.
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.
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.
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 skylight creates interesting light play at the top of the staircase landing.
"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.
New black-framed windows capture the views of the palm trees' long branches.
A peek at the glass-encased shower stall.
The vestibule floor was retiled with ivory and sage penny tiles, while five-inch white oak planks were put down as new flooring throughout.
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.
View on the corridor
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.
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.
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.
The entry hall also connects to the more private sleeping wing that's clad in CMU and features a central hall illuminated by skylights.
A sky-lit hallway.
A glance down the hallway from the junction of the two prefab "boxes."
Wood, marble, natural stones, and linen are combined with candles, glass bottles, vases, clocks, and printed pillows to create a space that feels like a dreamy Belle Époque time capsule.
The 50-acre property, which has been in Reinhold’s family for seven generations, includes an 1840s farmhouse, a barn, a landmark-protected hut with a wood-fired bread oven, and other outbuildings around a central courtyard. All of it was crumbling. "My wife and I decided we had to do something," says Reinhold. "We felt that responsibility in a good way."
In each unit, the architects placed storage and a bathroom in a self-contained wood cube in the middle of the space.
Studio für Architektur Bernd Vordermeier was brought in to design the apartments, as well as  new living spaces for Reinhold and his wife, Verena, and his parents.
A subdued material palette keeps the interiors crisp and contemporary.
Poly-carbonate sheets used to separate the functional zones, allow light to pass through, so all areas of the home well illuminated by natural light.
The diagonal positioning of the interior walls enhances the sense of depth within the indoor spaces.
A hallway on the upper level leads to a bathroom and overlooks the front terrace.
Ceilings made of glue-laminated timber fit the design perfectly.
The pentagonal geometry of the  third story is echoed by an Alumilex  window.
Modern entrance art and framing with a modern sconce and wallpaper.
A recording light lets guests know when Will is working in the recording booth.
Architect Christi Azevedo, along with homeowners Lorena Siminovich and Esteban Kerner, transformed this 1,485-square-foot, multilevel, mid-century maze into a modern and efficient family home in just three months. “It was the craziest frickin’ thing,” laughs Azevedo. “It was like a Tetris game, putting it all together, trying to squeak out space wherever we could.” Purchased as if straight out of 1955, the home is now the ideal small space for Siminovich and Kerner to raise their young daughter, Matilda.
Print by artist Richard Vergez.
Reading nook and skylight.
In the bedroom wing, sunlight shines down from the Plexiglass bubbles. Steel in the cutaways reflects the light.
Verona chairs from Structube surround a vintage dining table.
North Hatley, Quebec
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017

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.