88 Hallway Medium Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

Elegant ceramic pendant lamps are draped on each post.
Adjacent to the elevator, the main entry to the space, sits a custom millwork piece for gathering everyday essentials.
A sinuous ramp links public space to the private space.
Large glass windows bring in ample amounts of natural light.
The entryway is minimal yet stylish, thanks to simple and location-specific artwork and a couple of brightly covered books.
Art work along the walls of the hallway that connect the wings.
The entry to a corridor that leads to the bedroom wing.
Wood-lined walls hold storage space and match the six-inch-wide plank oak flooring.
Art and games throughout the space invoke camp memories. Much of the art and accessories, like the photographs above, come from the Camp Wandawega Land of Nod collaboration.
Large openings in the latticework facade brings in sunshine and sea breezes.
The rich textural contrast between concrete and wood on the façade, is repeated with the interiors.
A skylight in the hallway.
The floors of the common areas were fitted in white oak.
The new living room/dining room space is bright and airy compared to the previous dark and outdated state.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.
Hallway on the second level of the house.
A George Nakashima chaise in foyer.
Fitted on all sides with warm wood, this double-height, gable-shaped passageway serves as the entrance to the house.
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.
Antique-looking birdhouses are displayed in a hallway office space upstairs.
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North Hatley, Quebec
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
An interior window creates flow between the skylit landing and baby Banks’s room.
Floris, seven, stands on the mezzanine next to a walnut version of the Wave sideboard her father designed for Content by Terence Conran. The enamel water jug was found at a local brocante market.
Though the minimal layout maxmizies open space, moments of contrast, such as the wood grain against the perforated metal divider, animate the interior.
The central gallery, framed by wood screen walls on both sides, links the main living spaces.  The partitions create a more open, expansive volume.
Just inside the front door, more custom casework features the Corsican Weave laminate from California Closets.
Gallery to Bedroom Suites
Foyer
The hallway leading to the master bedroom is lined with an assortment of framed photos of family and friends and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the verdant James River Valley.
Panoramic windows are sited at either end of the staircase. The metal-screen railing, punctured by small round apertures, continues alongside the perimeter of the terrace; it was fabricated by Tortoise Industries.
Curtiss describes the floor plan as “super efficient but with gracious moments.” Instead of maximizing room size, she ensured that shared spaces were adequately sized. In the upstairs hallway, that means two or three people can pass each other with relative ease.
The view from the master bedroom down the long cedar corridor into the living room is one of the home’s real pleasures.
The unusual layout of René Roupinian’s Upper West Side home is what initially attracted her to the space, but the three-level plan proved difficult to organize. In his first solo project as STADT Architecture, Christopher Kitterman used a palette of walnut and white to unify the apartment, which he filled with space-saving solutions. Near the entrance, a Goliath table from Resource Furniture can expand to seat up to 10.
In compact Brooklyn brownstones, every square foot must be treasured and used.  We re-purposed an old fireplace into a bookshelf.
On the upstairs landing, Chris and Ben pause by an IC Railings system from Issaquah Cedar and Lumber.
A Leda lamp from David Weeks Studio graces a table.
Several types of wood were used to build the house, including red pine for the floors, white cedar for the porch, and black spruce for the siding.
Light passing through the perforated shutters animates the upstairs.
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Austin, Texas
Dwell Magazine : November / December 2017
Ensuring that the house would be accessible for wheelchair users like Marielle Kriesel, who serves on the Santa Monica Disabilities Commission with TJ, guided the design.
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Santa Monica, California
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
A box sheathed  in the same material acts as a divider and holds the bathroom.
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
Burneo added exposed brick to his palette of interior materials.

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.

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