Large recycled oil drum tops in vibrant silver gave a fun pop to the all white walls in this contemporary bedroom hallway. A geometric dresser is a sharp and clean addition in keeping with the room's aesthetic.
This hallway features the same soft blue wall color that is featured throughout the adjoining master bedroom, offering a soothing vibe to the space. Colorful artwork hangs on the wall, while a decorative metallic half moon table showcases a modern glass lamp.
Leading the way to the bedrooms, the hallway continues the stylish and contemporary feel of the rest of the home. Spiked pendant lights suspend from the chocolate brown tray ceiling, and dark hardwood flooring tie the spaces together.
To avoid having a kids' room design that doesn't flow with the rest of the home, consider the colors used in the surrounding areas. In this home, the girls' bedroom is given a tropical palette that works harmoniously with the autumnal colors of the home's common areas.
This unique house decorated by Jane Richardson-Mack and John Romaidis is drawn from influences from the New Modern Age of the 20th century creating a dream like fantasy with the gold accents and geometric patterns. The walls have a reverse fade effect from white to blue. A glimpse into the bedroom reveals a watercolor painted wall.
The stunning trompe l'oeil effect of this painting adds dimension and depth to this narrow walkway, making it appear larger. Simple, chrome sconces don't distract from the art, but give off just enough light to enjoy it.
Bold African art pops against gray walls in the master bedroom hallway of this transitional California home. The space is brimming with built-in storage – cabinets and drawers on the right and a walk-in closet to the left.
“What we like about having the guest bedroom down here is that if there is someone in your family or a visitor who has a situation where they need the bathroom and cannot use stairs you have an area where they can sleep and have access to a bathroom. I think that’s really important and I think many people are looking at that now because it seems like we all know somebody who has a situation where stairs are really difficult,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.