4 plain fancy furniture Modern Hall Design Photos

John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Larkin Street Residence
3ft is quite narrow - envision trying to move furniture down a hall that narrow. If possible, tear down hallway walls where they border living areas - if the hallway begins or ends behind a living room, bkfst rm, etc... then tear out that partof the wall to make the actual hall passage shorter - but
but you'll still have to move bedroom furniture to the end of the hall - also, halls are total wastes of square footage, so tearing down any portion of a wall, even if you have to leave a column and/or header, means not only is the hallway effectively wider, but the adjacent room just gained 3 ft of space
“Hall 1” — Mateo Donis
Pitsou Kedem Architect
Jaffa Tel-Aviv Apt
Love the gothic look mixed with plain modern looking walls
The rough walls and their color in contrast with the delicate modern white finish and contemporary furniture.
“Piso” — ftorresb
Just cool - love this photo plain and simple......
The trees and furniture.
“This view!” — jeneak
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Baltis Architects
Baltis Architects
the photos make a good focal point for a very plain white wall
White walls, color splashes from furniture and accessories. Note that they are largely crayon colors.
vintage furniture
“flooring, white walls, simple shades” — emilyelbert
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