Built-in bookshelves and a desk make this hallway a hardworking and attractive home office.
If you're lucky enough to have a hallway that runs along the end of your home, why not add french doors? The addition of all that glass allows light to poor in and brightens your home's interior.
Using a half wall on one side of a hallway creates the feeling of an open space while still delineating travel paths through the house.
Sometimes a little architectural detail is all you need to add interest to a space. The exposed beams in this hallway add a visual punch to what could be just another boring tunnel.
Unexpected shapes in architecture can make a hallway a focal point. The round landing at the top of these stairs, echoed by the circular opening in the ceiling, makes this hallway a real conversation piece.
This hallway really adds extra living space to this home. With beadboard wainscoting and draperies on the windows, as well as the pretty settee in the window nook, it lures family members to curl up and stay awhile.
This entry hallway is functional and pretty. With the addition of a built-in bench, complete with shoe storage beneath, it does double duty as an attractive mudroom.
This wall of closed cabinetry is made interesting by the architectural detail of the doors. A pretty, functional hallway indeed.