399 Functional Hall Design Photos

Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
New Fork Social Club
Ideabooks4,157
Questions2
Unlike a log cabin, which is traditionally a single large room, the home is divided into several sections by function. A single hallway runs through the entire home, connecting the front entrance to the back entrance and breaking off to the different sections.Flooring: reclaimed fir
Unlike a log cabin, which is traditionally a single large room, the home is divided into several sections by function. A single hallway runs through the entire home, connecting the front entrance to the back entrance and breaking off to the different sections.Flooring:
“Walls” — catherineeverett
Roberts Wygal
1 Review
Harrison Street Residence
Ideabooks10,813
Questions9
opening. Bookcases are by far the most popular choice. They do a great job of distracting people from thinking there’s a doorway behind them, and are functional because you can store books and display items on them.
“Secret door 2” — mtwex
Ann Marie Baranowski Architect PLLC
NoHo Loft
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3. The Divider Cabinetry that functions as a freestanding wall object that divides space preserves both openness and visual separation. This cabinetry configuration serves the functional requirements of the kitchen, but because the cabinets stop short of the
the central organizing element in this renovated loft. It organizes the public and private areas of the plan, and it also has a massive amount of function in its subtly curving form.
the central organizing element in this renovated loft. It organizes the public and private areas of the plan, and it also has a massive amount of function in its subtly curving form
the central organizing element in this renovated loft. It organizes the public and private areas of the plan, and it also has a massive amount of function in its subtly curving form.
“Lower level? storage/hidden workspace” — Don Franklin
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Candace M P Smith Architect
1 Review
Passageways
Ideabooks1,060
Questions0
wasted space into functional, eye-catching built-in.
Adding shelving - good if must keep part of wall for support. Makes use of the space and gives it function if it must be there
for a full closet and use the inside for open shelves. The added visual depth will turn a plain wall into something more eye catching. Make it as functional as needed with baskets, books, a charging station and hooks for keys. Just make sure the opening is at least 12 inches wide, so something actually
for a full closet and use the inside for open shelves. The added visual depth will turn a plain wall into something more eye catching. Make it as functional as needed with baskets, books, a charging station and hooks for keys. Just make sure the opening is at least 12 inches wide, so something actually
“Paint” — Betsy Durant
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Salvage Secrets
Ideabooks395
Questions2
Simplicity can be key, like taking a salvaged light fixture and salvaged wood to create a huge difference in the long run. Copyright: Joanne Palmisano and W.W. Norton & Company Photo Credit: Susan Teare
“Day bed facing hills to south” — smoore999
Morse Remodeling, Inc. and Custom Homes
24 Reviews
Colorful Construction
Ideabooks3,549
Questions1
Morse Remodeling, Inc. and Custom Homes designed and built whole house remodel including front entry, dining room, and half bath addition. Customer also wished to construct new music room at the back yard. Design included keeping the existing sliding glass door to allow light and vistas from the backyard to be seen from the existing family room. The customer wished to display t...More
“Books” — nickhardin
Balfoort Architecture, Inc.
5 Reviews
gallery
Ideabooks2,181
Questions2
Low shelving for bedroom with prints above. Functional and can feature wall?
eat into the space. One solution is to get bespoke furniture built in. You can design it so that it does not clutter the space or prevent it from functioning well, but will squeeze some use out of a typically redundant area. Here, hanging bold artwork above these built-in bookcases takes the focus up to
eat into the space. One solution is to get bespoke furniture built in. You can design it so that it does not clutter the space or prevent it from functioning well, but will squeeze some use out of a typically redundant area. Here, hanging bold artwork above these built-in bookcases takes the focus up to
“bookshelves” — kyrabruning
Harrison Design
7 Reviews
HD Project 816
Ideabooks37,375
Questions15
A hallway should never be a narrow, dark passageway between two rooms. Instead, it should make the most out of available space and improve functionality. There are two ways to deal with hallways: Get rid of them or embrace them as part of the home's architecture.
functional use out of hallway
“arched hallway with beams” — lexingtones
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