175 Hallway Light Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

A full-length mirror on one side of the 10-foot-tall door brings additional light into the bathroom.
The entryway serves as the most welcoming spot in the home, with a multitude of textures lending a homely feel.
The wooden floors inside the house echo the trees outside.
The roof's angular planes help unify the central living spaces under the multi-faceted ceiling.
Floor-to-ceiling walls of glass flood the interior with natural light while providing views of a courtyard-like terrace with a tree.
Floating upper cabinets supported by blackened steel posts create a visual buffer between the front public areas and back private zone.
Strategic site planning and smart technology help the 3,200-square-foot Great Gulf Active House achieve hyper-efficiency. The Toronto-based architecture firm, superkül, used triple-glazed windows; a solar hot water system; zoned heating; a fully automated HVAC system, skylights, and roller shades; LED lights; and spray foam insulation, among other green strategies.
To create different experiences throughout the home, windows were strategically positioned. In passageways, windows connect the viewer with the exterior of the cabin.
Existing timber floorboards in the old house were sanded and re-polished.
The entryway is an elegant lead-in to the rest of the apartment, with its stone tile floors, white walls, and white oak paneling and bench.
In contrast to the natural white oak millwork found in the living areas, the owner's private closet storage is stained in a dark color.
A bold green and blue artwork is posed above a dark wood trestle table in the dining area.
The home's entryway is bright white, with subtle Victorian accents.
The renovation sacrificed some of the upstairs floor space to a create a mezzanine.
American Oak timber flooring and a built-in sofa add continuity throughout the home.
The guest bathroom is contained within a broad column that looks like a marshmallow.
A “hidden” door to the laundry room lies along the walnut wall on one side of the hallway.
The walls and ceilings are made from white-washed pine. The floors consist of waterproof luxury vinyl planks, and the built-in components are made of Baltic birch plywood.
A bedroom is located within the column in the middle of the house.
A peek at the bathroom on the upper level.
The leaf motif on the brass, metal lights used in the hallways and throughout the home also pays homage to Morris’s botanical prints, yet in a more minimalist and modern way.
The crisp, white walls contrasts beautifully with the warm, dark wood throughout the house. Here, the hallway lighting is by Areti.
A closer look at the warm and welcoming entrance foyer.
A flight of stairs leads up from the main living area to the upper-level loft, which serves as an idyllic spot for reading or star-gazing through the picture windows that frame sky views.
Wood framed glazing follows the slope of the gable above, referencing the original roof shape of the home.
Douglas fir wooden slats follow the slope of the stairs and continuously wrap around as a guardrail, drawing the eye up and around.
While the apartment's floor area is modest, its high walls give the space a lofty, voluminous feel.
Brick plinths that rise from the ground around the edge of the courtyard not only help define space and volumes, but also provide places to sit, to play with pets, to put the laundry baskets, and drop off the groceries.
A big draw when McClary and Leepson bought the cabin was the huge windows in the main living area.
A door leads out to the terrace.
In replacing the roof, the architects also added a small viewing deck (not pictured) that overlooks the park in front of the house.
The interior brick was painted white and paired with white plaster walls for a clean finish. A large courtyard-facing window was added in the dining room.
An elongated skylight was installed above the corridor that runs along the bedrooms. The walls of this corridor are made with natural clay to help control humidity levels.
Stained white-oak flooring was used throughout the interior, which help to bring the natural siding from the outdoors in.
A look at the Maui abode.
The elongated kitchen has a window that frames unobstructed views of the trees outside.
A simple, neutral color scheme gives the interiors its warm, practical character.
After: A peek inside the beautifully restored, modernized abode.
A hallway with European Oak parquet floors.
Concealed storage along the walls of the interior corridors maximize space and help maintain a clutter-free look.
The three guest bedrooms sit over the garage/boathouse.
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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

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.