Plenty of crisp white molding, woodwork and paint look somehow modern when paired with Galasso's thrift store, floor sample and store clearance finds. Here a clever collage of mirrors leading up to her home's second floor makes use of painted white frames for design cohesion.
This Bend, Oregon home features incredible architectural detail and stunning design. The glass wall in the hallway visually divides the indoor-outdoor space, while the modern concrete flooring and accent stones appear as if the space continues onto the patio.
A distinctive part of homeowner Holley Jaakkola's young, cool design style is how she incorporates modern brights and design with antiquarian objects and elements from the natural world as in this upstairs hallway/landing. Blowfish wallpaper and an assortment of shells, feathers and accessories inspired by nature's flora and fauna make this home feel like a cross between a hip Soho boutique and a natural history museum.
This simple white hallway becomes bright with color added by the two paintings on the wall. The piano livens up the area by putting a classic piece in an unexpected area, and the deep wood color pops against the stark white walls.
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.
Hallways have a tendency to be dark, claustrophobic places, but this hallway is an elegant exception. Light and bright, this hallway makes the most of the windows that allow light to spill in from outside with a neutral wall color that reflects light, keeping the space open, while the hardwood floor adds warmth to the space and carpet adds depth and texture.
Bright and spacious, this contemporary hallway becomes almost another mini room of the house, wide enough to create a small seating area. Beautiful gray slate stones make up the floor and stairs, and a cool industrial chandelier adds extra light.
A herringbone floor pattern breaks up the expected movement of the hardwood boards. The light hardwood fits well with the soft gray wall coloring and white molding. Built in in-wall shelves with individual lighting create an art gallery like hallway.