If you are thinking of redecorating your hallway soon then this blog post will give you all the inspiration you need.
I have put together a selection of 15 different style hallways that will give some great design ideas, no matter what your style is.
- g o b o l d w i t h s t r i p e s
A bold stripe is so simple but there is something so stunning and chic about them. I love how in this hallway, the hallway follows a monochromatic theme, with a pop of colour from the entranceway chair.
2. w o w w i t h n e u t r a l s
I love how this hallway has layers of different neutrals. The soft grey paired with the blush pink creates a bright feminine space. The wallpaper pattern adds interest without dominating the space.
3. s t a t e m e n t p e n d a n t
Now this is a hallway! If the beautiful spiral staircase wasn’t enough, the addition of the pendant light adds some drama. If you have high ceilings adding a draping light pendant is a must in your hallway.
4. s t a t e m e n t f l o o r t i l e s
I love a statement floor tile, paired with a plain wall you are onto a winner. There are so many different styles ranging from the traditional to the modern and with a variety of colours to choose from.
5. l i b r a r y w a l l s
Are you a book lover? If so this is the hallway for you. Its both beautiful and practical. I would only recommend this if you have a wide and bright as if light is an issue in your hallway then this could make it feel dark and small.
6. a d d s o m e b l i n g
You can’t go wrong with a bit of bling can you! It can turn a simple hallway into a place with a bit of glamour. This is such an easy look to recreate without breaking the bank.
7. s t y l e w i t h a g a l l e r y w a l l
Gallery walls in hallways have become super popular. Having the frames go up the stairway in a mix match fashion adds interest to your space. If you need help creating this look, go back to a previous post where I give my ‘How To’ Guide on how to create the perfect gallery wall.
8. s t a t e m e n t w a l l p a p e r
Want the WOW factor? How using a statement wallpaper to liven up the space. The wallpaper used here is ‘Prism’ from Cole and Son, this comes with a price tag at approx £100 a roll, but the end result is definately worth it.
9. r u s t i c c h a r m
I love this hallway, it screams rustic charm. The mix of textures is where the true beauty lyes with this decor. Although its overall very simple, bringing together the distressed wood, woven fabric and metal adds interest and depth to the space. The pop of colour from the plants just finish the look off nicely.
10. d r a m a t i c m e t a l l i c s
Now thats a radiator … I LOVE IT! and not just because its copper. I love when something so functional can become the focal point. I like how in this hallway you have a balance with the gorgeous teal colour, on one side you have it covering the full wall and the other just half way with a rail paired with a soft grey.
11. e m b r a c e a m i r r o r
If your hallway is small, embrace the mirror. It gives the illusion of a bigger room and reflects light around the space. In this hallway you have the circular mirror that acts as a feature above the shelf, then the large floor to ceiling mirror thats more functional.
12. d a r k a n d m o o d y
I love the feel this decor creates. The colour palette is dark and rich, but it’s paired with the delicate art prints and texture is added from the wicker basket.
13. g o b o l d w i t h y o u r d o o r
Making a statement doesn’t just need to be refined to the walls, add a splash of colour to your front door. I love how this hallway has paired the dark stairs with the bright yellow, along with the parquet flooring, this is a winning combo.
14. m i x d i f f e r e n t s t y l e s
This hallway is full of character. Everywhere you look there is something new to look at. You have the bold modern element with the striped stair runner paired with classical furniture. The mix of styles works so well in this space.
15. s t a t e m e n t c a r p e t
If you want to make a statement but don’t want it to take over the space, why not use a statement carpet runner. Paired with a simple white wall its will create a bold dynamic space. I love how with this carpet runner the pattern does the talking, the colour palette isn’t too daring but the trellis style print draws the eye.
I hope this post has provided plenty of inspiration for you!