Modern hallway pictures

Modern hallway pictures for all the entrance hall decorating inspiration you need. Find your perfect modern hallway design and learn how to put the scheme together. On the hunt for more hallway ideas? Try these gorgeous traditional hallway designs or take a look through our country hallway gallery for tons more style suggestions.

  • Modern hallway with bright yellow pegboard wallpaper

    Paint a pegboard wall bright yellow to turn something functional into a stylish and surprising feature. Choose wooden designs that are easy to re-colour when your scheme changes style. A trio of woven baskets not only look effortlessly stylish, they also help to maximise the storage potential.

    Get the look
    Buy now: Wall covered in Peggy wallpaper in mustard, £45 a roll, Mini Moderns
    Buy now: Brunel bench, £329; bench cushion, £79, both Heal’s
    Buy now: Clockhouse six peg rail in charcoal, £38, Garden Trading
    Buy now: Stratford two tone baskets, from £27 each, The Holding Company

  • Modern hallway with yellow ombre stairway and grey walls

    Start by painting the treads to match your other woodwork, then choose a paint chart in a colour you love and buy tester pots in as many shades as your have stairs. Start with the darkest at the bottom and work up, using a lighter shade on each riser. The bright yellows bring the grey walls to life – or try this idea with shades of pink.

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    Buy now: Wall paint, Plummett 272 estate emulsion, £45, Farrow & Ball
    Buy now: Agnes rug, £70, Habitat

  • Tropical hallway with palm-print wallpaper and ceramic furnishings

    Yellowy-green shades naturally freshen and energise a space, while keeping the vibe cool and calm. They work brilliantly in rooms that overlook outdoor spaces, blurring the lines between inside and outdoors. Mottled stone ceramic pots help contribute to this effect, evoking a shaded garden in a hot, humid country. The finished look is funky and summery, but still smooth and refined.

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    Buy now: Palm Jungle wallpaper, £99 a roll, from Cole & Son
    Buy now: Saskio planter, £27, La Redoute
    Buy now: Artichoke tea light holder, £8.50, The Contemporary Home

  • 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

    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

    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.

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    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

    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

  • 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 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.

    Get the look
    Buy now: similar paint, Dulux
    Buy now: similar artwork, All Posters

  • 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

  • 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

  • Exposed-brick hallway with spiral staircase

    Exposed bricks and solid-oak flooring make for a super-impressive spiral staircase, where architectural design meets rustic materials. This look is all about the materials, so the oak treads have been given a very neutral-looking varnish that highlights their natural variation. A slimline handrail and white paint under the stair keep the scheme uncluttered.

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    Buy now: similar wood flooring, The Natural Wood Flooring Co

  • Hallway with oversized wall clock and bench

    Make your entrance hallway something special with pieces you won’t be able to miss. Here, an oversized clock with a distressed finish takes centre stage. What else do you need to make a neutral space look cool? Not much is the answer. However, a pretty bench is ideal for taking shoes on and off.

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    Buy now: clock and bench, Vintage Barn Interiors

  • White hallway with grey painted stair runner

    Take an innovative approach to painting your staircase. Rather than one colour of paint, choose two so that you create the effect of a stair runner. Paint banisters white so the grey really stands out and you don’t have lots of different shades to confuse the look. And make masking tape your friend to get a straight line.

    Similar paint
    Farrow & Ball
    Similar star decoration
    Not On The High Street

  • Neutral hallway with stone flooring

    Make neutrals your friend in a modern hallway if you want a light and bright space. Texture is added with the different styles of flooring. Stone flooring downstairs is great in high-traffic areas; carpet on the stairs sends out comforting vibes, while deadening the sound of footsteps.

    Similar carpet
    Carpet Right
    Similar floor tiles
    Topps Tiles

  • Neutral hall with understairs table

    The sense of flow in this hallway is greatly enhanced by the open space under the staircase. Instead of a cupboard door, a Gustvian-style table has been tucked in neatly and used to create an attractive display.

    Similar table
    Maisons du Monde
    Trunk
    Scumble Goosie

  • White hallway with colourful chandelier

    Paint a hallway in the purest of whites to create a light and bright space. A slightly off-white shade below the dado rail provides a bit of warmth. Chandeliers are excellent for emphasising high ceilings and this intricate design has plenty of space to spread some colour.

    Similar chandelier
    Woodpecker Interiors
    Umbrella stand
    India Jane

  • Light-filled entrance hall with textural wallpaper

    This space has been carefully thought out so that it feels homely and welcoming, while displaying serious style. The beautifully textured wallpaper matches the paint on the other walls exactly, for a seamless look. Interesting shapes in the dark wood furniture make the most of this hallways’s generous proportions.

    Wallpaper
    Laura Ashley

  • High ceiling staircase in modern hallway

    Make the most of your joining rooms and hallways. Here the staircase makes a pleasing contrast to high the green walls, which inspired the colour scheme throughout the house. The carpet and stair runner add a touch of luxury and warmth, while the open fire brings the whole thing together in a homely way.

    Similar carpet
    John Lewis

     

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