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If you’re planning a new hallway, we have the look for you. From traditional hallways to country style hallways and sleek modern entrance halls, you’ll find your dream scheme in a flash.

  • Hallway with storage unit complete with helpfully labelled baskets

    Divide and conquer. This handy hallway storage unit is beautifully organised, thanks to an array of stylish woven baskets complete with colour-coded labels. With a basket for each household member this is a great way to ensure personal items don’t get mixed up.

    The colour element helps non-readers identify which belongs to them, stowing their stuff away with ease.

  • Hallway with forest green sideboard and mint green Anglepoise desk lamp

    Make the most of the unused space in your hallway by squeezing in a some extra storage in the form of a statement sideboard. Dress this up with your favourite ornaments, books and knick knacks and more eye-catching pieces such as the mint Anglepoise lamp pictured.

    Get the look
    Buy now: BESTA Storage combination w doors/drawers, £215, IKEA
    Buy now: Margaret Howell Edition Type 75 desk lamp (seagrass), £165, Anglepoise

     

  • Country hallway with hanging rail dressed with plants

    Create a decorative feature in your hallway with a wall of botanical plants on display. Upcycle a simple curtain pole to suspend a selection of plants, all hanging at different heights in macramé planters and baskets. This creative idea is a great way to welcome a touch of the outside in, while breathing some life into the space.

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    Buy now: Racka Curtain Pole, £7.75, IKEA

  • Hallway with pink glass etched door and pink tasselled pendant light

    Hallways don’t get much more glamorous than this. The large blush pink tasselled ceiling shade takes centre stage and complements the dusty pink glass etched door. The black and glass console table is also a great match for the circular black and glass wall mirror. The unique floor tiles also add a pop of pattern.

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    Buy now: Fela Tasseled Chandelier, £228, Anthropologie

  • Country-hallway-with-console table and-peg-rails-for-cosy-layers

    Country hallway with peg rail for cosy layers and decorative door curtain

    Close the door on draughts by draping a door curtain over a doorway. This easy and effective hack will help to keep chills at bay all through the winter months. A handy peg rail can provide the ultimate storage solution ofr winter layers. A slim console table dressed with candles and lanterns will create a warm welcome.

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    Buy now: Kurva Console table, £495, Oka

    Buy now: Peg Rail, £41, Scumble Goosie

  • Wood-panelled-hallway-with-rustic-metal-framed-console-and-plants

    Wood panelled hallway with rustic metal-framed console and plants

    Nothing gives a positive vibe like plants, so what better way to create a happy welcome. Use them to fill spaces large and small, choosing baskets for larger specimens (they’re easier to move around that way) and grouping little ones into tiny clusters.

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    Buy now: Hector console table, £595, Loaf
    Buy now: Three cement basket planters, £40, Cox & Cox

  • White hallway with contemporary console table and large round mirror

    White hallway with contemporary console table and large round mirror

    A contemporary black console table and an oversized brass-rimmed round mirror create impact in this white, high-ceilinged hallway. A silver-coated radiator, black cube lampshade and three tall, thin vases filled with sprigs of seasonal blossom add to the contemporary look.

  • Modern monochrome hallway with striped wallpaper and brown stair carpet

    Modern monochrome hallway with striped wallpaper and brown stair carpet

    Dark colours create a sense of depth and cosiness in this hallway, while white walls and ceiling feel is spacious and airy. Black features have been attached to the stair rail to create an eye-catching look. Vertical stripes on the wallpaper give the illusion of a higher ceiling.

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    Buy now: Black Feathers, Hobbycraft

  • Spacious and light-filled hallway with large window panes

    Spacious and light-filled hallway with large window panes

    Take a flexible approach to decorating with white. You can change furniture and accessories easily without having to repaint, and white never looks dated or tired. White also makes this generously proportioned hallway feel super spacious, while large window panes ensure the scheme is really bright.

    Get the look
    Buy now: similar coat hook rail, John Lewis
    Buy now: Stockholm walnut veneer round mirror, £60, Ikea

  • Bold hallway with green and pink floral wallpaper

    Bold hallway with green and pink floral wallpaper

    Used in a hallway, this joyful and intricate wallpaper is the perfect choice for creating an eye-catching first impression. A generous arrangement of faux pink hydrangeas echoes the colour in the pattern behind.

    Get the look
    Buy now: Cassata wallpaper, £222 per roll, Brian Yates
    Buy now: Karinta console table in Bronzed finish, £2,805, William Yeoward

  • Traditional country hallway with wooden beams

    Traditional country hallway with wooden beams and flagstone flooring

    If you have an old property, make sure to enhance the wonderful features it has, from the wooden beams to the uneven flagstones. Add a hint of the modern era with a cushion in a pretty print.

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    Buy now: similar flooring, Farmhouse Flagstones

  • Stylish modern hallway with giant letter M decoration

    Stylish modern hallway with giant letter M decoration

    This hallway shows that it doesn’t take much to create an exceptional looking scheme. While the rest of the space is neutral and quite classic, the giant letter M elevates the room into the realms of the uber stylish.

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    Buy now: similar M light, Matalan

  • Black hallway with painted white stair treads

    Black hallway with painted white stair treads

    Black isn’t a common colour to decorate with, but boy does it look good. The key to decorating with dark colours like this is to make sure you have plenty of contrast with brightening and lightening white. The stair treads here keep the look perfectly balanced, for example.

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    Buy now: similar paint, Dulux
    Buy now: similar artwork, All Posters

  • White hallway with decorative wall clock display

    White hallway with decorative wall clock display

    Think about what you will see as you enter your home. This wall is visible as soon as you walk through the door, so the owners have made a unique wall clock display, complete with trendy lettering, to welcome them home every day.

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    Buy now: similar clocks, Newgate Clocks

  • Traditional hallway with green door and parquet flooring

    Traditional hallway with green door and parquet flooring

    Paint a door in a sage green colour if you want a traditional hallway scheme with a bit of colour. This soft shade is a great complement to the period features of the door and also the parquet flooring.

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    Buy now: similar paint, Little Greene
    Buy now: similar flooring, The Solid Wood Floor Company

  • Traditional hallway with modern signage

    Traditional hallway with modern 'way out' signage

    This hallway embodies full-on country-house chic, with an antique-look mirror, French-style console table and traditional stair runner. Modern signage adds a quirky touch to the space and shows exactly what era we’re living in.

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    Buy now: similar console table, Wayfair
    Buy now: similar mirror, Melody Maison

  • Blue entrance hall with tartan stair runner

    Blue entrance hall with tartan stair runner

    Create a warm welcome with your favourite colour. The owner of this house loves blue and the entrance hall sets the theme for the rest of the home. Carefully chosen to fit in with both the flooring and walls, the stair runner offers a hit of pattern and a comforting feel underfoot.

    Get the look
    Buy now: polished plaster walls, Sexi Wall Design (07704 667345)

  • Neutral hallway with block-print flooring

    Neutral hallway with block-print flooring

    Want an adventurous hallway scheme? Then consider block-print flooring. If you’re feeling creative, this new vinyl can be produced with your own design, or you can have an in-house pattern coloured to work with your scheme.

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    Buy now: Cross vinyl flooring in White and Mint, £59 per sq m, Atrafloor
    Buy now: Birds and Bees wallpaper in Pea Green, £140 per roll, Molly Mahon at Tissus D’Hélène

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