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. 

Hallway design...

grand gestures in the small details...

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I really like the dark to light idea here. The entrance being a dramatic dark space with its lovely vaulted ceiling, beams in a dark chocolate stain. 

A light coloured tile floor either modern or traditional. 

Then leading off the dark seductive entrance, through black framed glass doors, you find light and welcoming hallways with pale blue walls contrasted by warm flooring and pops of colour in our furniture design.

steel nouveau internal glass doors. Quote £3500. 

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Another option to soften the main entrance would be to use the same dark colourway but add a stippled effect to the walls, creating a much softer feel to a completely matt finish. 

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RADIATORS

ABOVE YOU CAN SEE SOME DIFFERENT RADIATOR OPTIONS. THEY ARE ALL FAIRLY REASONABLY PRICED.

I HAVE FOUND THAT MIRRORED RADIATORS TEND TO BE ELECTRIC, SO SEE BOTTOM LEFT IMAGE AS A VISUAL EXAMPLE ONLY. 

HOWEVER "BIISQUE" DO HAVE A MIRRORED RANGE AND THE POLISHED COPPER COULD BE REALLY NICE.. SEE TOP RIGHT IMAGE.

I KNOW WE ALREADY SUGGESTED THIS FOR BEL'S ROOM, BUT IT COULD BE MORE FITTING FOR A HALLWAY, A BENCH RADIATOR. IVE SOURCED SOME FAR CHEAPER OPTIONS THAN THE RADIATOR CO. WOULD GIVE YOU A WARM PLACE TO SIT AND CHANGE SHOES ETC.