7,142 shop-by-room Hall Design Photos

Chang + Sylligardos Architects
1 Review
library
Ideabooks5,161
Questions3
Can we do this in the upper hallway? And still include a linen closet - side-by-side
hallway/ loft library leading to an office room
Huge library along the wall, but also a small room that's private too
The bookshelf lends character to the passage linking two parts of the room
I sense a pattern: more books and a sloping roof. Hallways are good places for books, because they don't take up space in other rooms and the mental noise they create (look how many of those books I haven't read yet!) is tucked out of the way, yet they are still easily accessible.
Hallways can also be mezzanines, so the books then become a part of the larger house, not tucked away from other rooms.
“shelves ,railing , ceiling” — evanscherry
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Traditional Hall
Ideabooks5,860
Questions5
of flooring within view at any time. Too many types of flooring all seen at the same time makes spaces feel smaller. Letting flooring flow from room to room when possible tends to make a space feel larger. So, although you don't have to use the same flooring throughout your entire home to make it feel
of flooring within view at any time. Too many types of flooring all seen at the same time makes spaces feel smaller. Letting flooring flow from room to room when possible tends to make a space feel larger. So, although you don't have to use the same flooring throughout your entire home to make it feel
coordinating their look and making good transitions will assure that your flooring flows gracefully from space to space. More: More Flooring Guides How to Shop for Ceramic Tile How to Find the Right Stone Tile
“☺️” — Rhondaline Joseph
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
House in Sonoma
Ideabooks24,083
Questions23
Yes would also like to know the company the stain is by. :o) Thanks. :o)
Wainscoting (put upstairs between Ashton & Ava's rooms & by Ian's room & utility)
For living room by fireplace
Hallway kids room
“hall” — avankeken
Studio Ectypos
4 Reviews
The Thicket
Ideabooks1,744
Questions0
The library is a hallway is the connection to the living room and reading area and a simple filter from the entry. Photo by: Joe Iano
Recessed bookshelves in free living room wall - from article, 'when you have to look at the end of a skinny wall, it's bad architecture'
family room book shelves
living room
“Shelves” — vannieanne21
Taggart Construction
Jordan Drive
Ideabooks337
Questions2
Do we want to build into the closet from the living room???
stained glass for brick room
Stained glass window between rooms
Photo by: Randy Ashley
between room window
“Transom over passage” — jkchapple
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Kids Study Room to Hallway
Ideabooks7,701
Questions10
Street facing front Facade Photo by: John D Hayes of OpenHomes Photography
What did you do on the ceilings? Orange is great in this room.
Closet door side decorator white , half room revere pewter
Kids Study Room to Hallway
Attic room 3
“sconce” — zinkink
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Freed Residence
Ideabooks2,298
Questions0
if out in the play room
shelves in middle of the room ( space saver)
Shelving for Jillian's room.
Large room divider library
family room
“Love the bookcases” — Julie
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Walter Durham House Renovation
Ideabooks807
Questions4
The waiscoting is custom. We would recommend you speak with a local mill shop or cabinetmaker to create something similar.
THE SOUP TERRINE AS DECORATION IN DINING ROOM!
Load bearing wall, living room... Half
This wonderful old soup tureen (I had a friend who thought it was called a “soup latrine”!) adds another layer of charm to a dining room side table. It can be pressed into service for dinner, but could just as easily be filled with fresh tulips for a stunning flower arrangement. My wife, Becky, and
“Wood panel” — nourbakhsh
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