Residential projectContemporary Entrance, London

Marek Sikora Photography for Venessa Hermantes

Photo of a contemporary hallway in London with grey walls and painted wood flooring. —  Houzz
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        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        smwarwick
        Sarah Warwick added this to 5 Things You Never Knew You Needed in Your Hall27 Feb 2018

        FoliageA bunch of flowers is a welcome addition to a hallway, but how much nicer (not to mention time- and money-saving) would it be to have a permanent display of greenery? Plants add a living element that’s a joy, as well as introducing interesting shapes – especially if you opt for a mixed collection, as here. Adapt the display to the space available. Gathering a group of plants at mid-height on a dedicated tray table or stand may work if there’s a niche, or fit them on a shelf or console table. In large halls there’s space to go to town with tall plants in pots at floor level.If a lack of natural light is an issue, consider some of the convincing artificial foliage around these days.How to keep houseplants alive

        smwarwick
        Sarah Warwick added this to The Timeless Piece of Small Storage Every Home Should Have7 Feb 2018

        Group greeneryA deep tray table gathers houseplants to make a display in this nook. With most of the planters unseen, it’s a way to put all the focus on the contrasting leaf shapes and shades. The picture above is hung at a level that associates it with the group below, as the tallest foliage overlaps the frame, while a low pendant light slightly overlaps the decorative arrangement at the top left, and illuminates the niche perfectly.How to keep houseplants alive

        lucysearle
        Lucy Searle added this to 10 Ways Good Lighting Can Miraculously Transform Your Hall6 Feb 2018

        Conjure up atmosphereA hallway should be inviting, drawing guests into the house. An easy way to achieve this is by installing low-level lighting – like this mini pendant – to supplement your more practical fittings. The aim here is simply to create a soft pool of light to highlight what’s nearby, so fit a low-wattage bulb, one with a warm tint, or one connected to a dimmer.

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        lynnmark5
        Lynn Mark added this to Wish List12 Aug 2019

        White light walls and dark accents

        hmerhi95
        hmerhi95 added this to Indoor plants9 Aug 2019

        interesting composition plant pot & photograph & lamp

        meyerschristopher
        meyerschristopher added this to Paint5 Aug 2019

        Voof in hall beneden tot aan groot raam?

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