Hallway Ideas - Large Hallway Inspiration - OKA
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Hallways
Hallways

Hallways

A welcoming hallway is a preview of what to expect from the rest of the house, so your hall decoration should create a strong first impression. This can be achieved by introducing a stately console table to the room – an ideal place for resting keys and loose change – and ample storage for coats and umbrellas. A grand mirror could take pride of place in the hallway as somewhere to check your appearance whilst making the room appear larger. Feast your eyes on these hallway decorating ideas full of hand-made furniture and unique accessories.

Off The Beaten Track

Hallways - Off The Beaten Track

Unlike the rest of the farmhouse, the hallway is painted a pale grey. The cool background lets the art do the talking, as our Pagoda Cabinet, Brutus Bust and Chinese-style pottery collection welcome you into the home. Deep entrances reveal a glimpse of the neighbouring rooms and prevent the space from feeling claustrophobic. To create drama, everything in the hallway is oversized and larger than life (even the flower arrangement); the effect is not cluttered but it has high impact.

Hallways - Off The Beaten Track



Riverside Residence

Hallways - Riverside Residence

As you walk through the hallway, you get a flavour of how the décor flows throughout Lucinda’s Riverside Residence. The room achieves the right balance between being decorative and functional; a wooden bin and baskets provide a stylish storage solution for items like umbrellas whilst sculptural lights suspend from the ceiling, acting as an extra source of light and warmth.

Hallways - Riverside Residence



Highland Fling

Hallways - Highland Fling

To set the scene in her Scottish affair, Annabel uses a dark colour palette. Bottle greens, navy shades and hints of purple feature heavily in the hallway, paying homage to the breathtaking Celtic landscape. Hand-crafted in resin, the white faux animal heads take centre stage when set against a dark backdrop.


Park Life

The hallway might be a part of the home we just pass by but there is no reason why it cannot be as characteristic as other interior spaces. This hallway is transformed into a lively space with a rustic wooden and stainless steel coffee table, a gallery of framed maps, a cushion lined upholstered bench and a wooden floor lamp - the perfect place to read.

Hallways - Park Life

The hallway might be a part of the home we just pass by but there is no reason why it cannot be as characteristic as other interior spaces. This hallway is transformed into a lively space with a rustic wooden and stainless steel coffee table, a gallery of framed maps, a cushion lined upholstered bench and a wooden floor lamp - the perfect place to read.

Hallways - Park Life



The Berkshire Mahal

Hallways - The Berkshire Mahal

By just adding a table and chairs (or a sofa) you can make your hallway into an extra room. Include a console table, mirror, rug and lamp to complete the effect. A set of prints and an assortment of accessories add a homely touch.


Talk Of The Town

Hallways - Talk Of The Town

This light and uncluttered hallway makes a great first impression upon visitors to this Belgravia townhouse. Floor to ceiling windows, mirrored surfaces and a large glass and polished steel table help to boost the amount of natural light available, making the room seem more spacious. Flashes of black and gold combined with cream-coloured accessories (such as faux flowers and lampshades) bring timeless elegance to the space, whilst an umbrella stand by the doorway is essential for those rainy summer days.

Hallways - Talk Of The Town



St. Lawrence River Boat House

Hallways - St. Lawrence River Boat House

First impressions count, so the entrance hall is an opportunity to make an impact. A satisfying symmetrical arrangement of furniture and accessories sets the tone of the house, creating a calm and inviting reception space. Curved lines on table legs and the chandelier add a certain softness, whilst a pop of colour from the large rug and vase of faux flowers brings a cheerful note to the look.


Arcadian Escape

Hallways - Arcadian Escape

Setting the tone for the rest of the house is this large entrance hall featuring a wealth of statement pieces. Visitors are immediately greeted by the intriguingly shaped Tudor Rose Table with its soft scalloped edges, and wowed by a fantastically dramatic star lantern hanging from above. Stone floors and paler woods such as Weathered Acacia keep the room feeling light and spacious.

Hallways - Arcadian Escape