177 Hallway Medium Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

A stunning wall of windows creates a cloister-like feel adjacent to the main courtyard. The outdoor spaces
The copper-clad kitchen console divides the living area from the entrance hall and Dinesen timber staircase.
A rounded skylight over the stairs.
A curved ceiling gently hovers over the stricter lines of the wall paneling and inset shelves.
The custom-designed pendant lights over the stairs echo the undulating recesses in the concrete ceiling. That sinuous motif is repeated in various ways throughout the project.
The master bedroom suite sits upstairs and accesses the roof terrace, while the remaining living spaces and bedrooms lie on the main level. There is also a basement. The wall cladding and cabinetry throughout is fashioned in engineered timber from ABODO's Elements range. The engineered wood floors are by Mafi
The children's rooms on the upper floor are accessible via a catwalk.
The home is heated with a high-efficiency gas boiler. The ground floor has underfloor heating, and the upper level features planar radiators.
"A tall south-facing library, bounded by mirror-backed shelving and a light-modulating canopy, evokes a forest clearing in the heart of the house," notes the firm.
Large glass windows bring in ample amounts of natural light.
To create a subtle interior rhythm, the upper level hallway has a feature wall with the same "waving wood" pattern as the front door.
The garden was designed by Portland Japanese Garden curator Sadafumi Uchiyama, and is accessed by the many sliding glass panels.
The wall and bedroom door are fashioned from a compressed fiber cement sheet product made by CSR, called Barestone.
A view of the catwalk leading to a bedroom. Blackbutt ceiling slats relate to the exterior pergola.
The front facade and 538-square-feet of the original home, built around 1900, was kept intact.
LYGA designed all the lamps in brass and iron, and had them custom made in a Sicilian factory.
The wall along the catwalk corridor is beautifully lined with bookshelves.
A Pinch pendant light hangs gracefully in the airy hall.
The designers/owners kept the home's original Arts and Crafts style posts.
The crisp white walls contrast beautifully with the warm, timber floors, which are Sepia Grande Eterno engineered boards by Tongue N Groove.
Pentagram designer Paula Scher gifted the couple one of her silkscreened maps.
A hand-assembled metal staircase leads up to the attic floor.
Though devoid of period ornamentation, the attic loft follows the same monochromatic palette and feels like a natural extension of the ground floor.
"One of the great surprises is the acoustic environment," Simmons says. "These are all hard surfaces and you get a bit of reverberation, but the corrugated walls help to disburse sound, so you don’t really get an echo. It actually has a kind of warm sound."
Another peek inside Hidden Studio.
The textiles and home goods are from Byron Bay brand Pampa.
Here, the long gallery provides access to the two bedrooms and open-plan living space.
Rift-sawn European white-oak wall paneling and engineered European oak flooring lend warmth to the modern home.
Needlepoint from Chien's grandmother can be found covering the wall of her entryway.
Chien's late dog, Thin Lizzie, is memorialized in her hallway over her grandmother's antique chest.
This view shows how the steel-framed glass was elegantly melded with historic architectural details like the arched hallway opening.
By enclosing a veranda with steel-framed glass, the Templeton Architects created a light-flooded hallway.
The Gold Hive master bedroom renovation created a continuous view corridor from the living spaces to the bedroom, and out to the rear yard and patio.
With the entry relocated, the original terrace entrance porch was transformed into a garden, and the entry corridor was repurposed as a bathroom.
This new corridor connects the original house with the remodeled stable, and a new pavilion that contains the kitchen, living and dining areas.
The architects created a new, glazed corridor along the eastern, outer wall of the original terraces.
Compact mudroom off the front entry offers storage and recessed drawers for mail and all the things you'll likely to lose (including your keys!)
The ceilings throughout the house are CVG Western Hemlock. The floors are walnut.
The grand stained-glass entry opens onto a central hall that stretches throughout the original part of the home that contains the living area and music room.
The interior of the house is completely “skinned,” as Scott puts it, in knotty spruce. A lamp from Weylandts sits  atop nesting tables from  James Mudge Furniture Studio.
In the living room sits a side table by Classicon. The Aubusson carpet is by Carpet Eden.
Large sliding doors that divide the bedrooms from the walkway have been built from Western Red Cedar.
Flowering vines provide seasonal nuance and will form a lush living corridor over time.
The hallway leading to the private living space.
Shou-sugi-ban sections of the facade wraps in to the interior to become accent walls.
A skylit entry hall features a concrete block "living wall," as well as new oak flooring.
A look at the  interface between old and new through the original yellow-brick dwelling.
The generic contemporary interiors feature white walls, skirting board, wood or tile flooring, and off-the-shelf components and fittings.
French oak flooring in a natural finish has been used throughout.
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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.
Topped with a thin slab of board-formed concrete, the glazed corridor doubles as the entry foyer.
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.
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.

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.