Notting Hill Flat Transitional Entrance, London
The floor has stone slabs in the middle, which is hard and durable, great for an entrance. The stone is edged with the same oak planks that flow through the rest of the house. The walls are painted in Sure Grey from the Damo collection, available at Sigmar. The woodwork is Cocoa, also from Damo.
Photo of a traditional hallway in London with grey walls and a double front door. — Houzz
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Inset with woodCombine tiles with timber to create a floor that’s rich in texture and tone. Here, slate tiles help to zone the entrance of this apartment and are laid in a neat square. Their hard-wearing, easy-to-clean surface makes them a practical choice for a heavy-traffic area like this, too.
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Add a frameIn this rather grand London flat, the entrance area has been given a practical square of stone tiles. It’s a good way to deal with potential mud and scuffs before guests and family members move through to the wooden floor elsewhere. To merge the two materials, a timber board has been laid horizontally to form a framed edge to the stone. The brown and charcoal shades are tied together by architectural features and furniture in similar tones.