Gray walls with cool white trim give way to a wallpapered hallway in the midcentury modern apartment. On either side of the door frame, Asian-inspired artwork sets the stage for the black and white wall covering.
This contemporary hallway showcases one of the custom barn style doors featured throughout the home and provides a glimpse at the master bedroom area.Rich hardwood floors and a black metal railing add finishing touches.
This traditional beach home lets oriental rugs create a path from one room to the next, making sure to switch it up each time. A deep bright transitions to a bright beige as the home goes from front foyer to fun bonus room.
Contemporary Built-In Bar is Perfect for Entertaining
Making the most of this open hallway, an alcove is turned into a cool bar area with a back lit backsplash and glass shelving for storing bottles. Wood and frosted glass doors add a rustic quality to the contemporary space.
Dark, earthy tones create a dramatic ambiance in this modern hall. A short set of stairs creates levels and highlights the contrast of the light, neutral upper floor and the dark, polished lower floor. A frosted glass wall and wood paneled wall bring beautiful texture to the space. A neutral stone door adds an unexpected touch.
Bold, abstract artwork makes a dramatic statement in this transitional hallway. A contemporary runner softens the hardwood floors, which lead to the foyer with a sleek entry table and French doors. Photography by Andy Caulfield
This hallway is nothing short of intriguing. Rich blue cabinetry extend up the walls and border intricate mirror paneling. Red sconces and maroon chairs bring in a surprise color and contrast with the striped flooring. Above, unique lighting fixtures brighten the way.
The entrance to this master retreat allows the homeowners to wake up to a quick cuppa at the built-in hallway coffee bar. The backsplash features textural capiz shells, and the mirrored cabinets reflect the mica-embellished ceiling treatment. A crystal semi-flush chandelier finishes off the space.
The flooring in this hallway is created from noche travertine stone tiles laid in a staggered brick pattern. Although they're originally intended for outdoor use, the designer liked the casual character the material brought to this interior space.
This second-story bedroom's outstanding feature is its sliding barn door. The wood tones match those of the contemporary stairway leading up to it. The bed incorporates a built-in bookcase, and the ceiling fan adds a midcentury modern element to the space.