Placing a built-in desk along the wall utilizes space and creates a home office space in this long hallway. A black marble countertop creates a lovely contrast against the white cabinets, and shades of blue mixed with neutrals stripe the wall adding color and a distressed look to the clean design.
Opt for hide rugs in high-traffic areas, like foyers and hallways, because they can stand up to the hustle and bustle. “I love to use hide rugs in foyers and hallways. Since hides are natural animal skin, the material is incredibly durable and cleanable. Hides can be made into rugs in a variety of patterns that include checked, striped, chevron and even circular patterns. This striped hide rug was an ideal choice for this large, central hallway. We custom made it to size and only included white and gray colors which gives the rug some variety, but still allows it to have a neutral and soft effect, says Claire Paquin of Clean Design Partners.