Space beneath the staircase is fitted with a desk for a simple work space. Mounted wall art with brilliant, bold color pops against the white walls and neutral tones of the space. Glossy neutral tile reflects the light for a glowing finish.
White trim against mocha walls turns this hallway into a work of art. Dark wood floors add elegance to the space that provides access to the powder room. Framed artwork elevates the space and gives it a gallery feel.
Creative juices were flowing in the design of this second floor hallway, which showcases a unusual work of art, spanning the long wall. At first glance, it appears to be a glass wall or a mirror, but on closer inspection, one realizes it is illusion art that appears to extend the room. What a great way to add the impression of more space!
Down the hall, three large portraits of Disney princesses give the walls an unexpected dose of color. When set against the polka dot wallpaper, these colorful canvases transform the space into a working art gallery.
A bright hallway with high gloss paint creates a reflective look and makes use of the natural daylight. The antique console table really works well with the client's art collection, adding just a pop of color to an otherwise neutral space.
Art and pattern define this hallway while keeping with the largely black and white color palette of the living room. A stunning photograph by Gregory Prescott adorns the wall while geometric shelving designed by Jeanine and Bryan turns an originally empty alcove into a display area for books and small works of art.