822 6x3 portrait Traditional Hall Design Photos

Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Urban Homestead
Ideabooks15,930
Questions9
Do not want this kind of lighting for pictures and portraits
Portrait wall for upstairs hallway or stairwell
1. Family photos. Probably the most common use of a hallway is as a family portrait gallery. To really make a statement, consider using all black and white photos. Or, if using color photographs, use all the same frame for a cohesive look. And, most important, don't forget lighting. Treat the area as
“Hallway” — MOJE
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Horse Country Home
Ideabooks3,456
Questions8
Molding ideas.....only on Joe's 6' panel w/the upper portion of the wall (3') painted.
“Looks like my upstairs area.” — NAda Hyde
Creole Design
6 Reviews
Reed Residence
Ideabooks2,436
Questions9
Who did the portrait and how can I contact the artist.
lamps, flowers, portrait
“Brick...” — tberkaw
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Window seat/reading nook at end of stair hallway
Ideabooks15,222
Questions5
evenly from and to each other. The three paintings all have the same frame style but are different sizes. Two will hang landscape style and the other portrait style. My question is: How should I hang the pictures in relation to the picture rail? Should they all be the same distance from beneath the rail
“Ceiling color” — brghealey
Marker Construction Group
New River Residence
Ideabooks51
Questions0
framed portraits
“Floor” — fieldfield
Cabell Design Studio
7 Reviews
RSOL Symphony Showhouse 2010
Ideabooks451
Questions1
portrait gallery
“Ceiling color” — jackienguyentn
White Linen Interiors Ltd
Classic Entrance Hall
Ideabooks74
Questions0
family portrait
“.” — 0sunshine0
Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
20 Reviews
UP14
Ideabooks4,562
Questions9
Put a family portrait on the wall behind the stairs at the point where your eyes go to.
“its amazing” — Aamir Vazir
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