Ballard ResidenceContemporary Hall, Seattle

The hall way was small and nondescript, in order to make it stand out as a space we used an oversized floral pattern in a light warm grey and white. Because the door to the bathroom was visible from the front entrance of the house, we disguised it by papering the surface and using glass globe knobs.

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bmpung wrote:May 24, 2013
  • Aine
    Thanks alot i will check it out
krisse wrote:May 26, 2013
  • seyrang
    Name of the original design is 'pistillino'.
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    Pistillino was designed by Studio Tetrarch in 1972. We produces the origianl version

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Creativity Shines in SeattleMay 17, 2013

Next to the L-shaped countertop, a short hallway with a swinging door helps separate the kitchen's mess from the rest of the house. The floral wallpaper inspired the stenciled pattern on the kitchen floor.

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Harsha Pania added this to hallway decor ideasOct 14, 2019

Tropical Design Hallway Wallpaper

Susan Leng added this to Susan's ideasSep 24, 2017

Wall Paper Door at the end of hallway

carrothers added this to FULKS-FLEMINGApr 25, 2017

need a dark background to hide the line

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