Neutral Hallway with Colour BlockingContemporary Hallway & Landing, Hampshire

Showcase graphical lines and neutral blocks of colour to make an impact and elongate your space; teaming white, grey and cream gives a harmonious colour scheme perfect for a hallway.

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joannasimmons
Jo Simmons added this to Lifestyle: How to Ease the Transition Between Homes When You Move17 Jun 2015

Personalise the placePaint a wall, hang up photos or order some new blinds. Even if the rest of the redecorating will take months, a few small tweaks can really help you start to stamp your personality on your new home.

larasargent
Lara Sargent added this to Decorating: How to do Neutral Colour Blocking in Your Home15 Jun 2015

Try out a stripeBe experimental with your neutral tones and be amazed at how much character and spirit can be had from cream, grey and taupe. Don’t be restricted to single neutral blocks on separate walls. Why not paint out a thick horizontal band that stretches right around the room or use a contrasting neutral on skirting boards and door frames? It’s a simple technique that can work wonders.

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katiagiordano added this to CASA7 Apr 2019

mi piace l'idea, incornicia la stanza

zarinamelik
Zarina Melik added this to Cool Molding21 Mar 2019

Dark molding and door frames, lighter walls - the opposite of what is mostly done.

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