It’s reader request time, and this one comes from Sarah. “I love your site, and wanted to write in with a design problem I’m facing in an NYC apartment into which I’m about to move. The apartment’s front door opens into a very long, very narrow hallway with no room for furniture and no windows. Do you have any wall decoration recommendations to create a cool entrance effect?” Here are some inspirational photos for you Sarah. Now, some are not THAT narrow and have room for a bit of furniture but I found how the spaces were designed very intriguing (ie. the Domino mag photo after the jump).
|Marie Claire Italy||Target Living|
|Gaelle Le Boulicaut||Elle Decor|
|Apartment Therapy||Adrienne Chinn|
|Stuart McIntyre||Margaret Mulligan|
|Sköna hem||Eric Roth|
|jj Locations||Location Works|
|Decor Demon||Sköna hem|
So you have a hallway. And you have some art. How about hanging your art in your hallway? Hallways don’t just have to be pass-throughs from one room to another – why not make it into your own little art gallery? Here are some examples to get you thinking of the potential of your own bland, boring hallways that are screaming for a little attention.