220,442 hallway furniture Home Design Photos

Magnolia Homes
The Farmhouse
Decorative cabinet in the front hallway.
Many of the furnishings serve double duty. The wall cabinet in the hallway holds medicine and egg cartons, since guests seldom leave without fresh eggs.
“ship lap walls” — izzyc
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Colonial Comfort
Hallway Benches
Nice big hallway
“Hooks” — kimmy77
Avenue B Development
5 Reviews
Brady House
Sophisticated effect in hallway:white boards, wooden floor and elegant but a bit bold wallpaper
Stairs hallway - wallpaper?
“Piano” — lindalue64
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Green Gambrel Entry
A Corbusier chair, Fortuny pendant, Eileen Gray side table add to the mix of eras represented in this grand Victorian hallway. Lucky for Treff, this space was still in good cosmetic condition when he bought the house.
Hallway color...Hallway paint
“Doors...paint..molding” — rjsteinbach
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Front Door
Front door hardware and love continuation of the outdoor wood slats to the interior hallway slats
Hallway, glass on both ends
Good entry & hallway
“Door and color” — draccah
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
West Coast Hampton
the colors were in the other areas of the house to tie in to this color. I will use Maritime White in the hallway seen from that room and Georgian Green in the dining room to the left of the hallway. I'm going to use 50% Revere Pewter in the kitchen due to the gray veining in my Quartzite (natural stone)
breaks in your rooms...if the transitions don't seem to be a natural break I think it can look very segmented when you throw in colors for each room or hallway. But I definitely think you should have the artistic choice to have different colors throughout other rooms.
“Couleur” — murraychiaau
Revere House
Good for upstairs hallway desk area for new house
Hallway desk for computor
Great hallway floor way
“Railings” — jacquio99
Paragon Kitchens
10 Reviews
Paragon Kitchen
How does that computer space fit in to the overall flow of the kitchen and/or hallway (or whatever is on the right of the picture)?
This is essentially a square room with two doorways: one leading to the dining room and another to a separate hallway. The main kitchen space is an L-shape with a corner stove application and an angled island. This bar area is opposite from the island.
Could this work- dining area into powder room hallway?
“Wine fridge” — abgrosh
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