Not to long ago we were coming up for hallway ideas for one of our favourite clients! The interesting thing about working on a hallway is that, unlike in most conventional rooms, you cannot view all of the products simultaneously. As a result, when designing hallways one must approach the design in a more linear manner – as opposed to seeing a room as a singular blank canvas.
The advantage with a more linear approach to design is that you can more comfortably bring in a variety of looks which look fantastic together – we will be using a gravelly wall-covering (from Phillip Jeffries – shown below) next to a rather grand and opulent blind material from Romo. This works because the blind is at the top of the house and the wall-covering is at the bottom meaning that their link only needs to be slight in order for it work. This is a useful principle that may encourage you to be more daring in communal passageways and use a range of materials and looks within the same scheme.