your hallway is the first place to welcome you when you get home...
you can afford to be bolder and braver when it comes to selecting the colour for your entrance because you spend much less time in the space compared to other rooms. Opting for a darker feel will make every room leading off it feel larger and brighter.
grand gestures in the small details...
Creating a dark suductive entrance way, as we can take advantage of the large windows which allows light to flood in and bounce off modern tiles, which have textures and colours that compliment aspects of the scheme through out.
In the entrance, all woodwork will be Blue 07 eggshell for a slight definition against the matt paint, giving a modern feel. This is then carried on through in to the back hallway.
Bold design flowing up and over to create small moments of interest & excitement as you pass through.
Transverse By Harlequin In Ink
We love the idea of repurposing floorboards from the entrance in the hallways.
Add wood accents in new handles and unique radiators
All beams throughout to be painted Black 02.
Complimenting the black of the Steel Nouveau doors.
Create light but cosy passageways by using white 02 or white o6 on all walls throughout the adjoining hallways leading you up to the landing.
and sourcing a second hand chandelier from an auction to suit the scheme.
In the main hallway, we suggest adding wall lights to create ambience.
to create depth in the main hallway install 3/4 paneling which mimic the style of the cupboards in the entrance way.
Following this theme through by choosing bold and strong shapes in your decor, like these beautiful hand blown lamps from Heathfield & Co
Get the pair for a visually striking combination
mixing the old and the new, make for a perfect and personal look!
so put down this stunning hand carved & knotted tati rug to add some softness to the space.
Moving on up the stairs, have the paneling wrap around on to the first level.
using the same mid grey to follow on from downstairs on all woodwork including the banisters.
To Link the spaces together use the same textures and wallpapers but in different ways
use Transverse By Harlequin for feature wall but in Marble.
also creating an interesting focal point from stairs.
Create gallery walls linking colours to your scheme.
Artwork from Desino
P+G - Back hallway_edited