First impressions matter, so you would think that your home’s entrance hallway would get plenty of consideration from a design and decor point of view. Unfortunately, though, this tends not to be the case – all too often we neglect this part of the home, simply not seeing it as a room requiring thought and attention. But your hall is more than just a functional space, and only viewing it as such wastes its potential. No matter the shape or size of your hall, one of these entrance hallway design ideas is bound to catch your eye.
The entrance hallway of your home is a great place to experiment with colours and designs, particularly if you’re not ready to try them out in the spaces you actually spend your time living in. This colour block hallway is daring, and manages to stand out as a room in it’s own right.
A simple and understated entrance hall design. The space is defined by muted colours and clean lines, which helps the chrome and glass chandelier stand out as a statement piece.
Decor can evoke in us all manner of feelings, and walking into this entryway painted in duck egg blue will make anyone feel instantly calm and relaxed.
With its dark slate floors and white walls, this entrance hallway is the epitome of restrained style.
This entryway is more than just a space to travel through. Thanks to the inclusion of the chair, rug, table, and accessories, it has been transformed into a room of sorts.
The splashes of colour in this hallway create interest in what is otherwise a low-key space.
This traditional, narrow Victorian entrance hallway has been cleverly opened up by the addition of the floor to ceiling mirror.
Free your crockery from the kitchen, and anything else for that matter. Try doing something different with your entryway and display things you wouldn’t normally consider for that part of the home.
If you’re going to go down the conventional route, though, and hang art in your hallway, then be sure to make a feature of it. This hallway has a captivating gallery wall made up of a variety of pictures and prints.
Entrance hallways don’t come much more chic and stylish than this one – the black and white tiles really do take it to another level.
It’s busy, yes, but undoubtedly interesting. No one will be able to walk through this hallway without taking a good look around them – the colours, patterns, and whimsical accessories all draw the eye.
The stark black and white colour scheme of this entrance hallway gives it a dramatic appearance.