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Mid-sized farmhouse dark wood floor and brown floor hallway photo in Richmond with white walls

Cozy Hallway Double Daybed BridgeFarmhouse Hall, Richmond

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Mid-sized farmhouse dark wood floor and brown floor hallway photo in Richmond with white walls —  Houzz
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This photo has 8 questions
kawsmartt wrote:Dec 22, 2013
  • brodieandbrie
    Me too . . . Love them
  • Carmen França
    Very nice pillows!Where are they from?
    Thanks!
nrmorgs wrote:Jan 22, 2013
  • cymaria
    I have the same question. Who manufactures the wall lamps?
  • Emily Jared
    They look like Visual Comfort/Circa Lighting
lcarswell wrote:May 30, 2012
  • Patricia
    Ones on the left are kaffe fassett
allysonvon wrote:Feb 22, 2016
    Afsaneh Mohebbi wrote:Nov 30, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      ermiller
      Liz Miller Interiors added this to Just Passing Through: How to Make Passageways an ExperienceMar 12, 2014

      Add a passageway as part of a hall. If you have a very long hallway, consider breaking it up into bays. Here the passageway is nearly a room unto itself, as it houses a reading nook and a window seat with storage cubbies near the floor. Make sure you leave at least 36 inches of floor space for circulation.

      lfrederick
      Lisa Frederick added this to Reading in Bed Comes Out From Under the CoversOct 22, 2012

      Reading under the covers doesn't have to be confined to bedrooms — check out this inviting double-daybed setup in a hallway. Twin reading lights and a mini library make its intended purpose clear, and each daybed feels as though it's in its own private nook.

      vanessa_brunner
      Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: Spacious Farmhouse in VirginiaMar 6, 2012

      The bunk hall bridge over the porte cochere (the arched structure over the driveway, also called a carriage porch) is Barkley's favorite room in the house. Here, daybeds are placed at either end of the space with bookshelves tucked below and at each end. "The way the steps in the hall isolate this area make it cozy, protected and nap inducing," says Barkley.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      purrrl
      Ann added this to Loft6 days ago

      Daybeds and great reading nook.

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