Venue8600, the headquarters of Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS®, brings contemporary design to life. A "bird's nest" ceiling in the hallway creates visual interest and texture in the simple, streamlined look. The coffee cafe is open to all 4,000+ Realtor members.
A photo gallery adds color and interest to the hallway adjacent to a contemporary kitchen. The colors in the framed images tie in to the kitchen's color palette, creating a seamless feel between the spaces.
A built-in bookshelf is artfully decorated with books and pretty accessories, while an adjacent closet provides hidden storage. Dark hardwood floors contrast against the bright white walls of the hallway.
The large hallways of Venue8600, the headquarters of Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS®, are perfect for hosting events. Modular seating allows for ease of movement and creates a stylish space for a party.
In this light-hued hallway, artwork featuring a cool, contemporary home entry hangs above a sleek wood and metal console table topped with a black pillow. The pillow adds an element of surprise to the funky vignette and also provides stark contrast against the light walls.
Making the most of the wide hallway, beautiful black sculptures sit in a little inset in a mosaic accent wall. Gray-and-white tile floor grounds the space, while wood and frosted glass doors lead to other rooms of the house.
The owner's art collection creates a personal, one-of-a-kind space in this chic, contemporary hallway. A gorgeous oval mirror with thick, brown rope toes the line between art and utility in this inviting space.
Ammie Kim designed this long, neutral hallway, featuring hardwood flooring, contemporary wall art and an angled beam ceiling. This view of the hallway shows the easy accessibility to the home's dining area.
Making the most of a little nook in the hallway, floating shelves are hung to display favorite books and art. A planter of grass adds a life to the space, while a blue vase on the floor brings in a touch of color.
This stylish hallway features dark brown and neutral terrazzo floors paired with Douglas fir wall paneling. Black steel supports are secured to a wall in order to suspend a thick sheet of frosted glass overhead, creating a tunnel-like effect.
With the addition of a floating shelf and a few favorite art pieces, a simple hallway becomes a striking gallery. The herringbone pattern of the wood floor helps create a sense of movement through the narrow space.
This second floor hallway is located in a vacation home just minutes away from Lake Tahoe. Neutral-toned curtains and upholstered furniture keep things bright and open, a look enhanced with the large windows allowing natural light into the space.