A colourful London home eclectic-entrance
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A colourful London home Eclectic Entrance, London

Photo of a bohemian entrance in London with yellow walls. — Houzz

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applebyupholstery wrote:
Wallpaper - Hi there, The yellow wallpaper in the hallway is this the Manuel Cavenos Bellgarde trellis? It looks much more vibrant than the wallpaper I have, is this an earlier season? Kind Regards, Terri Appleby
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Turner Pocock

it is, the picture looks much brighter than the actual sample.


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Jo Simmons added this to 10 Ways to Make a Stylish Entrance
Decorate with abandonWe don’t tend to hang out in our hallways, only pass through, but this means you can afford to have fun with the décor. Pick a bold paint colour or dramatic wallpaper for an entrance with attitude.
Jo Simmons added this to Houzz Tour: Extending and Updating a Victorian Home in West London
‘Hallways in Victorian houses are often dark and tend to get ignored,’ says Emma. ‘But you don’t spend lots of time in the hall, so you can afford to be bold. This yellow Manuel Canovas Trellis paper is the colourful backbone running up through the house. It’s like Miami in here!’
Rachel Christie added this to How to Make a Skinny Hallway Feel More Spacious
Bring in some sunshineYellow is a cheery, sunny shade that really can put a smile on your face. If you feel as if your hallway could do with a bit of TLC, then the right pop of yellow can work wonders. Keep the shade bright and pattern graphic to prevent the space from looking too wishy-washy.
Jo Simmons added this to Decorating: Weave Some Magic with Trellis Patterns
Employ bright and whiteIf you plan to hang trellis wallpaper in a narrow space, such as a hallway, it’s a good idea to choose a design in bright, fresh tones. This yellow and white number delivers detail and zing to this entrance without nibbling away at the feeling of space.Peruse 10 ways to pep up a tired hallway
Jo Simmons added this to Lifestyle: The Fast-fix Way to Get Your Home Ready for Entertaining
Tidy the entrance hallPut away coats, shoes and scarves and, if possible, create space on a peg rail or in the coat cupboard for your guests to hang their stuff up. If you have a mirror in the hall, give it a quick clean. Move some fresh flowers or a plant to the hallway console table, too, to make a great first impression.
Anna Tobin added this to 10 Ways to Make Open Storage Attractive in a Hallway
Invest in attractive coat hooksIf your coat hooks are hidden inside a coat cupboard, what they look like is irrelevant. When they’re on display in your hallway, however, it’s worth spending a little bit more on hooks that will look good whether they’re covered in coats or not. This metal and enamel design adds a vintage touch to this Victorian hallway. It can take a good few coats, but still looks stylish when it’s empty.
Feioi added this to Clever Design Ideas for Narrow Hallways
Go boldThe instinct with compact spaces is often to go for lighter colours and smaller pieces in an effort to make the space feel bigger. In fact, the opposite can be a much better way to go. Narrow hallways are often long, with large expanses of wall, so any art or groups of artwork need to be of an appropriate size.As you can see from this vibrant entrance hall, the bright patterned wallpaper and large artworks don’t appear overpowering and, if anything, make the space feel bigger. A hook tucked around the corner keeps coats out of sight and the narrow part of the hall clear for the wallpaper and art to be admired.

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