Hallway colour scheme ideas
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Bored of your hallway? Brighten up the staircase by painting the handrail in different shades of green.
Make a statement with large floral prints, fuchsia lamps and a striped carpet. Keep the wallpaper neutral – but feel free to experiment with patterns.
Green geometric hallway
Geometric patterns can be a little eccentric, but they’re perfect for adding personality to your hallway. Team with mint green walls and white accessories.
Hallway shoe storage
If your front door has subtle hints of colour in it, try reflecting it into your hallway. We love this runner – it contrasts perfectly with the orange chair and traditional shelving unit.
London town house
Different shades of blue work well in this entrance hall. The pale shade gives the illusion of space, while the darker shade adds depth. A neutral carpet prevents the scheme from looking too heavy.
Eye-catching wallpaper gives this hallway a contemporary vibe, while a bright pink lamp adds drama. If you opt for a detailed wallpaper, choose a lighter colour so it doesn’t overwhelm the space.
Keep your hallway clutter-free with floor-to-ceiling cupboards, wicker baskets and tall shelving. Cream walls complement the stone flooring.
An easy way of updating your hallway is to create a feature staircase with bold graphic shapes. Choose bright colours on a white background to reflect the natural light.
If you have a spacious hallway, you can afford to experiment with statement furniture, such as this retro chair. Add circular rugs in matching colours to create a dramatic entrance hall.
Source: Home Klondike