It is easy to forget that an entrance hall is a room," says decorating maestro Rita Konig. "It often receives corridor status, but it is, in fact, an important space. As the place for arrivals and departures, it sets the tone for the rest of the house, so it needs to be welcoming." For this reason, pay as much attention to the stuff in a hallway as you would in any other room, and don't use it as dumping ground for furniture or art that has no home elsewhere.
Since hallways, especially in city houses, tend to be narrow, the walls are an important feature. Opt for a warm paint colour, some elegant wall panelling, or a patterned wallpaper to lend the space character. Also consider adding wall lights, for a gentler glow than an overhead light. This is a great place to display art. We've seen some brilliant examples of statement pieces taking up practically an entire wall, but gallery walls are also a great option in a hallway, perhaps displaying a collection of photographs or botanical prints.
"Traffic is a consideration when you are decorating," note Rita. "The floor, for example, has to be practical while remaining in keeping with the style of the house." We love a flagstone hallway, or the traditional tiles you can still find in Victorian houses, but sisal or jute can also be a great, hardwearing option for this space.
Don't forget to take into account the other rooms you can see from a hallway - if you have easy views into lots of rooms or one particular room, try to keep the colours of the walls tonal, and think about positioning hallway mirrors to allow unexpected glimpses throughout the house. Pocket or sliding doors can also work well for the rooms that lead off a hallway, especially if it is a dark or narrow space, allowing the doors to be open most of the time, letting light flood in.
"The furniture here should be good," continues Rita. If you have enough space, consider a hall table, either a console table that can provide a space for keys, post, along with flowers, lamps and decorative objects, or something a bit grander to go in the centre of the hallway if you have a larger space. "The hall table can be quite magnificent – just as it is in many of Robert Kime’s projects, and in William Yeoward and Colin Orchard’s house in Gloucestershire." A bench or pair of chairs can also be a great feature, allowing people to perch and take off their shoes, or providing a place to wait as you prepare to leave the house.
Finally, hallway storage is absolutely key if you want to maintain tidiness. Hallways are always prone to get cluttered up with shoes, bags, umbrellas, coats and other paraphernalia. A bench with storage built in underneath can be a great option, while wall-mounted storage or a simple row of hooks can work well in super small spaces. If you have a bit more room, a coat rack, wardrobe or built-in joinery can look rather distinguished.
In order to continue showing you how cool traditional interiors in black and white colors are we’ve gathered for you a bunch of hallways. Interesting patterns are really popular here. Walls covered with stripes, checked floors, zig zag rugs a lot of other things with cool patters could be found there. Check out the gallery and you’ll find some interesting ideas for your black and white hallway.
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White hallway ideas – create a pleasingly bright entrance using shades of white
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White hallway ideas prove timeless for all property types. White provides an ideal blank canvas, and will make the space feel more generous. It can help brighten darker hallway spaces and make even the smallest of areas feel spacious and airy.
If you’re looking to adopt a pristine white colour scheme for your hallway ideas ensure you choose the best white paint for the job, because there are many tones to this classic decorating colour of choice.
White hallway ideas
Try combining subtle variations of white shades on walls, woodwork, cornicing and ceilings to enhance the proportions of the space.
Here are some ideas on how to use white to full potential in your hallway…
1. Welcome white to enhance the light
Image credit: Future PLC
This brightest of shades can instantly lift a dark hallway. This narrow hallway idea is kept brilliant white to maximise the reflection of light, ensuring it bounces off the walls to make the small space feel bigger.
Adding a mirror is a clever way to go one step further when it comes to reflecting light – to make a limited space feel brighter and more mighty.
2. Open up your space with an all-white scheme
Image credit: Future PLC/ Jo Henderson
White on white makes this clever hallway shoe storage idea literally disappear into the background. Prevent it looking cold or stark by adding texture with rugs, lampshades and ceramics. Line the top with family photos or favourite prints, alongside personal memorabilia, to add charm and character.
Buy now: TRONES white shoe storage cabinet, £22 for two, IKEA
3. Keep it simple in monochrome
Image credit: Future PLC/ Rachael Smith
Where you want to keep the colour scheme ‘plain’ but still add an accent colour the easiest option for white hallway ideas is to add black for a monochrome effect. This classic decorating scheme is devoid of bold colour but yet remains entirely striking in style.
This white hallway features a smart black and white striped stair runner and a monochrome hallway wallpaper idea to add interest without overpowering the effortless look.
4. Introduce an accent colour through furnishings
Image credit: Future PLC/ Douglas Gibb
Just because you choose brilliant white walls doesn’t mean the space has to be completely colourless. If painting walls with a more defined colour feels too bold turn to furnishings instead, to add a vibrant accent to the hallway colour scheme.
From pendant light shades, artwork on walls and rug choices you can add more than enough of a burst of bright contrasting colour.
5. Contrast the natural warmth of wood
Image credit: Future PLC/ Rachael Smith
For a beautifully crafted wooden staircase left in its original state, i.e unpainted and uncarpeted, striking white walls can go a long way to show off the natural beauty. The bright white surrounding walls draw attention to the warmth of the wooden design.
Choose neutral shades for carpets or hallway runners to add a softness to floors, without distracting from the natural colour scheme.
6. Paint the stairs
Image credit: Future PLC/ Claire Lloyd Davies
The white provides a blank canvas for most of this hallway, and the stair treads provide a pop of colour that leads the eye up. Choose a colour that is incorporated elsewhere in the house to subtly link the rooms, offering a continuous flow throughout the journey from one space to another.
7. Create a gallery wall against the white
Image credit: David Giles
White walls are synonymous with galleries and studio spaces, so they are a fitting backdrop for your own gallery wall. Create a personal and warm welcome with a montage of framed family pictures – keep the frames to one colour for simple, sophisticated unity, or mix them up in a rainbow of colours for a fun look.
Balance the amount of frames with the size of your hallway – don’t overcrowd the space. A friendly face or two is enough to make a great first impression in any home.
8. Use a mix of white tones
Image credit: Robert Sanderson
A clever trick is to use the brightest white on the ceiling to give an impression of height, and make the hallway feel instantly bigger. Combining subtle variations of white shades on difference surfaces prevents the space from feeling flat by enhancing the different elements – from walls to woodwork, cornicing to ceilings.
9. Contrast white walls with a coloured front door
Image credit: Future PLC/ Joanna Henderson
While the hallway walls may be white, the front door is a welcome surface to add a splash of playful colour. Front and back – why not double up on the opportunity to add colour?
And may we suggest yellow, it’s trending. ‘Yellow offers the warmest of welcomes for any front door’ says Marianne Shillingford, Creative Director at Dulux.
‘All around the world we recognise the power of this joyful shade to conjure hope, positivity and happiness. It is the smile on the face of your house – which is infectious to all who walk past’.
10. Add colour and pattern to a white backdrop with a door curtain
Image credit: Future PLC/ Lizzie Orme
Having chosen an all-white colour scheme doesn’t mean that you can’t invite an accent colour and pattern through fabrics. A door curtain is an easy way to do just that, not to mention a great way to insulate and keep draughts at bay – to keep homes warm in winter.
Because this style of curtain is only in use typically when the door is not in use, it offers just a slither of colour and pattern for the majority of the time. The decorative element is therefore not overwhelming for an all-white scheme.
11. Use mirrors to make the white bright
Image credit: Future PLC/ Simon Whitmore
Mirrors are a simple yet effective way to make a space feel brighter. If you’ve chosen white for your hallway it might well be in order to make the space feel bigger and brighter, if you have a narrow hallway for instance.
Multiple mirrors placed near the source of light, from a front door or window, help to reflect and bounce it around the wider space. White is used for photographic purposes to reflect light, making it an ideal pigment to make this trick work best.
12. Choose a monochrome wallpaper
Image credit: Future PLC/ David Giles
Don’t be afraid to incorporate pattern, just because you want a clean look. Adding a patterned wallpaper in monochrome is a great way to add a decorative element, without straying to far from the neutral scheme.
Adding a design to a select area of the wall also helps to limit the chances of overpowering the space, like the tasteful wallpaper used above the wood panelling in this white and grey hallway idea.
13. Pair white walls with dark floor tiles
Image credit: Future PLC/ David Hiscock
A dark floor paired with ivory white walls and ceilings helps to create the illusion of a bigger space. The stark contrast between the two tones helps to set them further apart, like an optical illusion. This flooring and paint pairing also helps you to create an effortlessly modern monochrome feel.
Is it ok to paint a hallway white?
It is more than ok to paint a hallway white, it’s a brilliant idea – for all the reasons we’ve explored above. The only thing you have to be sure of when painting hallways white is that you choose a suitable paint finish.
Look for a durable paint that can withstand possible scuffs and knocks, as a high traffic area with people coming and going it’s likely to be the worst place for this to occur.
Is white a good colour for hallway?
White is a good colour for a hallway to keep the space light, bright and welcoming. With so many depths of white, it doesn’t have to feel like a cold soulless space – look for off-white tones to add warmth. Farrow & Ball are the masters of providing a white that’s not ‘white’ – take for example Strong White, that feels more light grey in tone, but does the job of a neutral white.
How do you brighten a white hallway?
You can add further brightness to a white hallway with thoughtful hallway lighting ideas, to make sure the space is illuminated to the max. Mix overhead lighting, from pendants to directional spotlights as the main source of lighting – welcoming lamps to add ambient touches.
Adding mirrors will ensure natural light is bounced around the space during the day, helping to effortlessly make the white walls feel brighter.
Will you be embracing the brilliance of white for your hallway?
We've pulled together all our favorite hallway ideas so that you can start making the most of what can be quite a neglected space. Despite the fact that corridors see the most footfall and provide the first taste of your home's decor to guests, they tend to be towards the bottom of our decorating priorities...
It's time for that to change because the latest hallway looks will have you eager to get on with updating the space as soon as possible, whether yours is long and narrow, small and stuffy or larger than life (lucky). From gorgeous but speedy fixes to complete revamps, you have options.
Space-enhancing hallway ideas
1. Add statement lighting to wow guests from the get-go
Selecting the right hallway lighting ideas is a must as asides from everyday practical use (especially in the winter months) — it helps to make an entry.
We love everything about this scheme from Carpetright. The textured ceiling works wonders when coupled with the luxury chandelier. However, this is contrasted with unstuffy informal details, such as the wooden flooring and jute doormat.
2. 50:50 painted doors
Whether you've just moved into a new home, or fancy a weekend of redecorating, it can be frustrating to settle on just one shade. So if you're down to two swatches, it can be possible to include both.
This gorgeous idea by Crown Paints uses cornflower blue and a crisp white shade to create a dipped design that creates interest and cohesion. Be sure to equip yourself with masking tape and a spirit level for great results when painting doors yourself.
3. Use calming lavender for a country-style hallway
Lilac is naturally relaxing and it can create a calming color scheme perfect for smaller hallway spaces. Add rustic furniture, and a mix of ceramic and glass vases for a cute country look.
4. Dress your hallway with distressed furniture
If you have a home with history, the chances are you'd want a home that reflects its heritage. Why not impress guests with a taste of period decor near the front door?
Not everything needs to be new, so scan online marketplaces for secondhand cabinets and consoles. Don't worry about scuffs, scratches and burrs — they all add lots of character to your interior scheme.
If you love this rich burgundy paint shade, shop Benjamin Moore New London Burgundy HC 61 and search antique or charity stores for lots of gold or brassy frames.
5. Create a warm and welcoming entrance with carpet
If you ask your kids (and guests) to remove their shoes before they walk into your home, using carpet is one of many hallway ideas that can keep your home clean and cozy.
Bursting with light, the pastel pink door and sandy carpet color will make your hallway feel bigger. Of course, the real design trick here is the hallway mirror which makes the most of the smallest room in the home by creating an illusion of a wider space.
Notice how the pink and beige theme comes together with the vase accessories in similar shades.
6. Add shelves for keys and accessories
Is your Victorian home in need of a revamp? Then carry on reading as we've got ways to modernized this architectural style.
First and foremost – let's talk about that dreamy door. Yes, pink is not for everybody, but where the walls and banister is kept relatively neutral, it's a welcome addition to an otherwise traditional space.
To keep in line with these modern additions, the owner has introduced a round, wooden shelving idea.
7. Fake an expensive marble look with luxury vinyl tile
Once you've prioritized other rooms, it can seem that your hallway ideas are an afterthought. So if you haven't got budget for expensive details — don't fret. Luxury vinyl tiling is a great hallway flooring idea suited for this high footfall area.
Using the same design in different colors, this idea zones the home and gives it direction. Use white on the back wall of the dining area draws the eye to the end of the room and gives the illusion of a lengthy corridor. It's also parallel to a similarly-colored stairway which also helps trick the eye.
8. Paint on a staircase 'runner' in a bold blue hue
If you want to make a regal entrance for your family — choose a royal blue scheme. Smart and sophisticated, this jewel-like, sapphire shade can even make small hallway ideas look expensive. Forget the red carpet, it's all about the blue carpet. And don't forget to crown your banister with this beautiful color too. It's the perfect suitor for your staircase.
9. Create a contemporary feel with Herringbone tiles
Marvelously modern, Herringbone or broken twill weave tiles are a fail-safe way of introducing pattern into a hallway idea if it's not usually your thing.
While it's a modern-looking motif, it can suit older properties too. Here, it's been paired with berry colored wall paneling and an elegant table in the entryway.
10. Add an Art-Deco feel with checkerboard flooring
Whether you're dashing out of the door in your Sunday best, or shyly accepting post in your dressing gown, there's always a reason to celebrate your hallway with a traditional look.
And, we're heading to the roaring twenties for tile inspo. Using just two colors, this monochrome checkered floor looks classy by itself, but even better when combined with beautifully Gothic stain-glassed door panels.
11. Invest in a rattan console to bring the outdoors in
Investing in a rattan console stand can revive your space and give it an exotic vibe. To complete the look, add Aztec print or globally-inspired accessories and use lots of palm plants or cacti to create a tropical atmosphere.
12. Decorate your door with a geometric paint design
Green is the color of the season it seems. From sage green bathroom ideas to cool, cucumber-colored kitchens, we can't get enough of this soothing shade.
So if you've had a stressful day at work, or need a color that screams Carpe diem, this hue works hard to put you in the right headspace at home.
This idea by Dulux requires a bit of masking tape to make it work. In this hallway idea, they've used Chiffon White 1, Highland Falls 2 and Highland Falls 4. But feel free to use an alternate combination of gradients to make this work in your home.
13. Fit a tall cabinet into a alcove for practical purposes
If the thought of a floating or fixed shelf feels a bit 'messy' in a hallway, consider placing a cabinet in an alcove to display a curated edit of your best homewares.
While this hallway idea uses white and cream tones for the foundation, notice how the inserts have been give a pretty polka dot makeover. Using off-cuts or samples of a hallway wallpaper idea can provide cohesion without straying too far from your angelic aesthetic.
14. Pick the best color to paint a hallway
Hallways are such great spaces to be a bit bolder with your color choices. They are usually smaller spaces that we just pass through, so this means you can afford to be braver in the colors you go for — have fun with the space and use it reflect your personal style. But you do have to think carefully when picking a scheme because not all shades are going to work if your space lacks natural light, as most entries do.
Our advice would be to avoid any dark, strong colors that are going to make the space feel gloomy. That's not to say you can't use darker colors in a hallway, just keep them softer with warmer undertones.
Always order swatches and test out your potential colors in your space.
15. Decide what furniture to put in your hallway
Just because hallways are often the smallest space in your home, that doesn't mean they can't squeeze in some functional furniture. These spaces are landing areas, they need a small console table to store your keys, lipsticks, dog leads, etc.
Or maybe a compact bench would be a better use of your space, somewhere to perch while yo put on shoes (or impatiently open all of deliveries). Benches can double up as places to dump, sorry we mean, neatly store bags.
16. Go for multiple sources of lighting in your hallway
Clever hallway lights can totally transform the space from dark and dingy to bright and beautiful. Avoid choosing harsh spot lights or single pendants, which we know can look lovely but can create quote harsh light and lots of shadows that's only going to make the space feel darker.
Hang pendant lights in groups or repeat the pendants down the hallway which will actually draw the eye down the space, making it feel larger.
Add in some soft wall light too or a table lamp on a console table for when you don't need a lot of light in the space but still want it to feel well lit and inviting.
17. Choose small accessories to add interest
Just because hallways are small spaces, that definitely doesn't mean that they have to be void of any personality. Prints take up zero of that precious floor space, and cute baskets can double up as storage, you might even be able to squeeze in a houseplant to bring a bit of life to the space.
Adding hooks to your walls is a good way to accessories too. Go and steal some pieces from your closet to decorate with and add a bit of texture to those walls. Bags and straws hats are still all over Pinterest, plus it makes sense to have these near then door so it not all about the aesthetic, there's some practicality here too.
18. Think about practical hallway flooring
Now if you are totally redesigning your hallway, rather than just redecorating, flooring is what you are going to be wanting to think about first.
We cover loads of different options below, but do consider your flooring as a way to bring in some style and color to the space, as well as being a practical choice.
For us, that means tiles. They are easy to clean, can handle wear and tear, but look gorgeous too. And you can always soften them up by throwing down a runner.
We've got lots of knowledge and guidance on how to choose floor tiles if you're struggling.
19. Choose neutral tones to make your hallway seem larger and lighter
Creating the illusion of a bright, airy space is best achieved by opting for a neutral color scheme, especially if you are designing a small hallway.
Maximize natural light with white walls, a large mirror design and furniture that (almost) blends into the rest of the scheme if you like the idea of a spacious, minimalist-inspired hallway design.
20. Add depth to your hallway design with contrasting colors
If you want to add depth and interest to a hallway, consider interspersing dark shades among a lighter scheme.
If you're worried about a dark color overwhelming a narrow space, couple with a row of pendants or spotlights to create the illusion of a longer and lighter space. Deep sage green or grey hallway ideas are both on-trend options that would work nicely.
As much as we love a neutral scheme, you can't beat a darker, inkier hallway paint idea. And we can't get enough of this rich, dark green scheme.
Not only does this hallway idea fill the space with personality, but it also makes the space warm and inviting which is exactly the vibe you should be after in a hallway.
22. Keep hallway woodwork bright white
If green doesn't appeal, perhaps this gorgeous mauve shade will. Another of our favorite ideas for hallways, it's a color that promises to work in all seasons, especially when paired with a more neutral carpet.
Or even a carpet with a natural finish — something like sea grass would work really well. However, if you're picking a bold, deep shade for your walls, white woodwork to reflect as much light as possible is a must.
23. Choose a stylish shade of pink
Does your hallway always feel a bit cold? You can combat that by choosing warm and welcoming hues. We love this muted coral shade and how it's balanced with the crisp white floorboards.
The natural textures add some interest and give the space a lovely modern rustic vibe. Note the addition of the runner too, for subtle pattern, softness underfoot and, of course, practicality.
24. Choose a classic monochrome hallway decorating scheme
You can't go wrong with a black and white hallway design — it's simple and elegant. With a monochrome scheme in a hallway, we say, the more white the better and just add touches of black here and there, as hallways tend to be darker spaces anyways and you don't want to enhance that by getting too happy with the black paint.
For an effective hallway decorating idea try painting the banisters and using accessories to add in the darker hues but keep walls and floors light.
25. Make open-plan hallways feel cohesive
If your hallway opens straight into your kitchen or living space or you have a really small home that's tight on space all round, blending the decor and furnishings from the hallway into the adjoining room is a must. Why? Because doing so will create a one-space feel that helps make it look and feel bigger.
26. Go for pastel blue hues for a calming entrance
Use a few different tones of the same color to create a calming, cohesive hallway design. We love how a darker blue has been used on the woodwork in this hallway, but the walls have been kept a lighter color that really lengthens the space. The blue floor tiles bring the whole look together, and that pop of yellow? Perfection.
27. Give an all-white hallway personality with the colorful furniture
We are totally sold on this slightly more unfitted, rustic hallway decorating idea – and it's easy to recreate with white walls and a set of green in/outdoor cabinets and shelving units. Of course, you could just pick a paint color you love and paint your hallway furniture to co-ordinate).
28. Contrast colors in your hallway to add interest
We love how in the hallway idea, an old chest of drawers has been painted in a lovely bright blue which contrasts so well against the rest of the monochrome hallway. Before you buy a new piece for your hallway, shop your own home, you might find there is some furniture going unloved in another room that would make for a great bit of hallway storage, all it needs is a lick of paint.
If you do want to to give it a go, we've put together a guide on how to paint furniture, it's actually a really easy DIY.
29. Inject color with an accent feature
If you like the idea of experimenting with bright colors but can't commit to an entire hallway, consider copying this fab hallway decorating idea and incorporate color into your space on the inside of your front door. A bright shade of yellow is pretty happiness-inducing, but we also like the idea of a light pink if you're after something slightly more subtle.
30. Pick a repeat print for maximalist hallway designs
If subtle and neutral aren't your thing, consider choosing a bold wallpaper to add interest to your space. You can either opt for a (slightly more subtle) feature wall, as seen in the hallway idea above or go all out with a bold print and dark scheme like below.
31. Introduce wall panels into your space
Wall paneling is back in vogue and we're totally here for it, especially in the hallway. Not only does paneling add a slightly more sophisticated feel to a space, it also offers a unique opportunity to add color without having to commit to using it from floor to ceiling.
32. Or experiment with color blocking
Alternatively, if wall panels aren't an option, you could think about trying color blocking in your hallway. This requires that you use one color to paint up to paint from the floor up to a certain height, then choose another color for use up to the ceiling.
Here white and a pretty millennial pink have been used, but you could choose whatever combination of colors you'd prefer.
33. Decorate stairs to complement hallway decor
We love this idea – these painted stairs have been given instant character with stickers. Simply peel and stick and you've got a whole new staircase.
Find a pattern that complements your hallway decor — it doesn't have to match. Find more tips on how to paint your stairs in our guide.
34. Paint stairs for an easy, pretty hallway update
This cute idea will just take a few hours but is so effective, plus a great way to add a touch of color. We love the blues that have been used here (very spring-like) but of course, you can use any color you like.
35. Paint hallway floorboards for a quick, cheap update
If you've got plain wooden floorboards in your hallway, an easy way to add pattern to them is to simply throw down a rug... but if you want to go a step further, adding a tile pattern to the floorboards is a brilliant way to up the interest.
Use suitable floor paints and stick to a very muted scheme like this one for best effect – you want the floor to add character not be the focus.
36. Make hallway lighting a centerpiece
If natural light is limited, it's important that you invest in quality hallway lighting that illuminates your space and make it easier to navigate on dark mornings — anything to make it easier to get up in the morning.
Here a stunning pendant light has been used to enhance the pared-back, boho style of this space, adding height and texture with ease.
37. Hang a gallery wall up your stairs
You can easily add interest to a white-painted hallway (presumably you've chosen that color because it's light-reflecting and easy to maintain) with a gallery wall idea, created with pictures and family photos and mementos.
38. Or add interest to a blank hallway wall
You could go for a slightly more cohesive gallery wall if that's slightly more your style. We love the neutral tones of these prints and how they perfectly bring together the darker and lighter hues going on in this space.
39. Work a mirror into your hallway to make it feel larger
One of the oldest interiors tricks around, working a mirror into a space is an easy way to make it feel larger and lighter. Since that's what most of us want for our hallways, you may wish to consider working one into your space.
Here a stunning round mirror is positioned above a console table to create a stylish set-up that not only draws the eye but also enhances the size of the space.
And remember a statement mirror needs to be spotless for full impact, so it's worth knowing how to clean a mirror effectively.
40. Add personality even to the smallest of hallways
Even if you are working with the tiniest of hallways you can still add some interest and personality, plus some handy storage. Just look at this small space — a really compact console table and a shelf with some peg rail no only looks gorgeous but means you can squeeze so much in.
Love the idea of putting a table lamp up on a shelf too, means the light spreads further and you can save space on the table.
41. Create a feature wall in a hallway with wallpaper
A feature wall idea using wallpaper in a hallway is tricky: if your hallway is long and narrow, a stand-out print will only make it feel narrower still. So, if you want to add character, you really only want to put it on one wall. The upside? That's quicker and cheaper to DIY.
Our advice is to put wallpaper on the focal wall — perhaps the one that sits behind a mirror or console table, or the one at the end of the hallway. That's the best way to make it pop.
42. Maximize space with a stylish sliding door
Sliding doors, or barn doors as they also know, are a great option for small hallways as they take up much less space than a conventional door and blend seamlessly into a scheme if painted the same paint color. Plus, we think they look pretty stylish. This gorgeous idea is a great example of just how well sliding doors can work.
43. Hang a curtain at the door
This makes great sense to do — it's a good way to add pattern, interest and even a feeling of luxury to an otherwise unloved space, and it's brilliant for keeping out the cold. And you know what draughts bring with them? Dirt and noise, too.
If you are going with this hallway idea to hang a curtain over the front door, here's what to know: first, the curtain either needs to be hung from a rail that's fixed to the back of the door — and this is what you'll have to do if the hallway is narrow like this one – or it will need to be on a rail that extends to the side of the door so that there's enough room to pull the curtain right back so that you can get the door open.
Second? A lined curtain is best because it brings better insulation, but if your door is glazed, bear in mind that the lining is what's on show from outside (so you'll want it to look good).
44. Revamp hallway floors with tile stickers
Interiors Instagrammer Marieke (follow her account @whisperingbold for more gorgeous ideas) transformed her drab hallway tiles into something amazing using a very easy trick: tile stickers.
Literally, vinyl tiles that you peel the back off and stick over your original tiles. It takes a day at most (with coffee breaks, of course) to completely cover your old flooring. It looks totally stunning on this hallway floor but would work just as well in a kitchen or bathroom too.
We love how the monochrome works with the colours of the stained glass and the belly baskets add the perfect amount of interest and texture. The best part? You could do this makeover yourself for under £50 – check out places like Etsy, B&Q and Wayfair for plenty of stylish options. If you after the exact same tiles used by Marieke, they are from Moon Wall Stickers. You can also pick up baskets similar to these from Amazon really cheaply, pop in some house plants and you're done!
45. Or strip back original floors for a contemporary look
Stripped back floorboards are a popular feature that looks super stylish in a variety of homes and can even add value to your property. Here, the original floorboards have been sanded and bleached to achieve a really calming, Scandi-inspired finish.
Find out how to recreate this hallway decorating idea in your own home with our guide to how to sand floors.
Our guide to painting floorboards is also a handy read if you decide stripped wood isn't for you.
46. Picking a hallway carpet? Do it carefully
Picking a hallway carpet is a tricky job: you might not love pattern, but it's a real must-have in a space that will see so much traffic. Why? Well, for one, the hallway is going to gather everything from muddy footprints to leaves that blow through the front door, all of which will show up less obviously on pattern, and 2) wear and tear is also less evident on a patterned carpet. Can't handle the graphics of this one? Look for a hallway carpet with a speckled design which is subtler but will do the job.
47. Or split the difference with solid floors and runners
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