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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 decorative mantlepiece radiator protector

    Turn your functional radiator into a beautiful element in any room with a made-to-measure cover, that you can paint to match or contrast with the walls. It can also be used as a mantelpiece to display photos and flowers. Or, as in this case, vintage cards with letters on to spell our your names.

    Radiator cover

  • Modern hallway with pale blue stairs and surf board

    Create a welcoming coastal theme with a soft blue staircase in your hallway. Oiled floorboards tones of pale blue, grey and white give this modern hallway a refreshing sun bleached style. A white cover keeps the radiator neatly hidden while a reclaimed and updated surfboard adds a themed vintage touch.

    Floor paint
    Farrow and Ball

  • Rustic hallway with pared back accessories

    Team monochrome accessories with rustic stone walls for a pared back look with character. Sculptural paper lanterns make a statement against shades of soft terracotta, while matching accessories pull the look together. Simple linear furniture gives it a minimalist look.

    And Tradition at Aram

    Béton Brut

    Holly’s house

  • Super smart hallway with black console and pebble mirror

    Make a splash in the hallway and wow your visitors. This glamorous space mixes ebony black furnishings with warm wood and polished reflective surfaces. Go for eye-catching artwork to make the space special – this piece is mirrored by the long narrow console below. A slimline sofa makes the ideal perch for enjoying the surroundings.

    Console table

    Les Trois Garcons

    Derrick Greaves at Goldmark

  • Classic hallway with grey damask wallpaper and painted clock

    A soft grey damask wallpaper and a painted clock create a soothing scheme in the hall, while the stone floor brings a rustic feel to the farmhouse space. The elegant white shape of this grandfather clock silhouetted against the wall adds character and personality.

    Laura Ashley

    The Swedish Chair

  • Fresh green hallway with botanical print wallpaper

    A sideboard not only provides storage, but acts as a useful serving area when entertaining, while faux plants are a pretty, low-maintenance choice. An abundance of fresh foliage will add an extra touch of summer freshness to your scheme.



    Rousseau wallpaper at Cole & Son

  • White hallway with floral wallpaper stair risers

    Give your hallway personality by decorating the risers on a plain staircase. Plain white can seem clinical and lacking in character so this mixture of floral prints gives it a soft feminine personality. Using a mixture of prints will make it all the more eye-catching and completely unique.

    Similar wallpaper
    Graham & Brown

  • White hallway with stripped floor and stair runner

    Make a grand entrance with a simple, neutral scheme – sometimes less is more. Using white and muted tones accentuates natural light, creating the perfect contrast against the rich natural texture of exposed floorboards. Finishing touches like a radiator cover that matches the walls and a luxurious stair runner in an understated pattern will finish the look.

    Similar stair runner

    Crucial Trading

    Similar radiator cover

  • Modern grey and white bathroom with patterned floor

    This typical narrow hallway has been given a lift with modern grey walls and bright typographic artwork with colourful inspiring quotes. Reclaimed shelves add edgy interest and are mounted high to keep the cheerful space uncluttered and open.

    Similar rug

    Similar printsNot on the High Street

  • Modern grey hallway with upcycled painted storage

    Turn a small hallway into an organised space with interesting upcycled storage. This colour co-ordinated corner has made use of space using a repainted tray table and cubby hole shelf to keep clutter to a minimum. A large, bright green clock adds a modern touch while a few colourful post cards are informal and fun.

    Hall table


    Similar clock

  • Traditional hallway with slimline storage and table lamp

    Placing a slimline étagère in an unused area allows the display of much-loved tableware and quirky curios without taking up too much space. Keep your feet warm with a sisal rug – ideal for classic country schemes.

    India Jane

    Table lamp
    Out There Interiors

  • Classic hallway with wooden plate rack and hessian wallcovering

    Against the textural look of a hessian wallcovering, an understated wooden plate rack is ideal for showing off the whimsical beauty of cabbage ware. Adding subtle hand-thrown ceramics to the display prevents the effect from becoming overwhelming.

    Plate rack
    Rowen & Wren

    Side table

    Josephine Ryan Antiques

  • Modern black and white hallway with hits of lush green pattern

    When dressing a glazed door it’s worth considering a single curtain that can be pulled right back when not in use. Soften the hard lines of a traditional black and white tiled floor with the soft shapes of botanical prints and refreshing shades of green – perfect for a space that overlooks a garden.

    India Jane

    Cole & Son

    Curtain fabric

  • Black and white hallway with mural wallpaper and spot lamp

    Let a monochrome scheme shine in a hallway. This elegant space, with its landscape mural and shoji screen, is the essence of serenity. A statement floor lamp, designer chair and purple bicycle add interest without overcrowding the room.



  • Neutral modern hallway with tribal-inspired prints

    Use a cotton fabric and hanging rug to bring a touch of texture to hallway walls. Create a stopping point with a pair of designer chairs dressed in complementary cushions and a handy stool that can function as a side table, too. Bring in eye-catching wall art as the finishing touch.

    Rug on wall

    Linie Designs at Heal’s

    Werner Aisslinger for Lema UK

  • Spearmint hallway with wooden console table and picture frames

    Break up a solid block of colour on walls with white frames and folk-art-inspired pieces. While most greens will perk up an icy blue, go for those with a yellow base for an even livelier effect. Opt for earthy shades, such as cumin or nutmeg, to give your scheme some welcome warmth.


    Test tube

  • Fresh green hallway with summery wallpaper

    Soften strong stone walls with lush garden greens. The historic features of this stately hallway have been complemented by a distinctive and unique wallpaper. Lush, digitally printed wisteria flowers make a stunning statement, framing the room beautifully. Grass green curtains pick out the ombre effect while plenty of lush house plants and wicker furniture complete the Georgian conservatory style.

    Summer Palace, Designers Guild at Designer Wallpapers

    David Village Lighting

  • Modern hallway with ombre-effect walls

    Give a hallway something a little different with ombre-effect wallpaper. Hallways are sometimes overlooked but that certainly isn’t the case here where an abundance of light allows the room to become an artistic gallery of co-ordinated statement pieces. Pretty floral fabric is used for both a Roman blind and the upholstery of a French-style sofa. Colourful tones have been picked out from the pattern for a lampshade and section of feature wall that heads down the stairs.

    Designers Guild at Wallpaper Direct

    The French Bedroom Company

  • Bright country hallway with leaf curtains

    Dress up your hallway with refreshing colour and pattern. Draw the eye from the door to the floor with a floaty leaf-motif curtain and a lattice design washable rug. For an extra hit of colour, paint tongue-and-groove panelling to head height in a zingy shade of lime on the walls. Keep the look balanced by painting remaining woodwork white and go for rustic storage pieces like old fruit crates and vintage suitcases.

    Curtain fabric
    Inglewood, Jane Churchill


  • Country hallway with console table and oversized clock

    Create a hall with wow factor by bringing in a wooden trestle-style console and using it to display fresh foliage, animal-inspired trinkets and matching table lamps. Collect characterful, well designed items of furniture and accessories and they’ll carry off any trend – like this rustic, woodland-inspired look – with ease.

    Similar console


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