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Corridor design

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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corridor can either be a spatial disaster or a seamless link between rooms. How much we store or decorate our hallways with is completely subjective; some prefer to leave it bare, acting purely as a transitional space, others like to make people linger that little bit longer. 

Whichever way you see it, the corridor is an essential passage in the home. Generally speaking, it is the main spinal cord or axis of the home and plays an important role in the way we interact with our homes. Whether a thoroughfare or gallery space, we have some brilliant corridor designs available from our experts. You will be sure to find one that suits the style and needs of your home. Take a look.. 

Industrial chic

 Corridor & hallway by decorazioni

Projekt Harvestehude


With a relatively classic setting, the corridor in this home has been transformed to a scene with a quietly industrial feel. The addition of the steel boxes provides not only a practical design element, but also creates a completely new aura. The same applies to the steel base chairs and rack; you get a sense of the modernist era in this century.


 Corridor & hallway by wohnhelden Home Staging
wohnhelden Home Staging

Altbauwohnung Verkaufs-Optimierung2

wohnhelden Home Staging

A white corridor with simple selection of wall hangings will always remain in fashion in this ever changing day and age. The hall table, whilst still a very classic shape, has been given a totally new lease on life with the silver paint. The white and silver colour palette is neutral and ethereal; you can be sure to pass through this space feeling pleasant and calm.

Light filled

This beautiful light filled hallway is peaceful and calm. It leads the eye directly to the glass french doors at the rear and leaves you wondering what secrets this home has to offer. The beams of light from the adjoining rooms peak out into the space in a heavenly fashion, illuminating every nook and corner in the room. With simple decorations, these framed memories blend into the background yet add personality and character to the home.


A stair landing is always an area of unused space that we are often unsure how to fill. Leaving it empty can sometimes look sad and bare, but then it is also difficult to find furniture to fit a space that can be narrow or oddly shaped. A lounge or sofa is a brilliant way to fill a corner; it can add a pop of colour or texture and definitely brings the space to life. Be wary the kids don't use it as a storage spot for coats and clothes though!

Colour pop

Wow! This image speaks in volumes for itself. To finish, we have this absolutely zany and vibrant corridor. With a pied piper like feeling, you are completely drawn by the colour into the space; you just have to know what is around the corner. The light coming from the opposite end adds a hue of pink to the white marble. A creative and outlandish example of colour for the more daring home owners out there. A truly artistic and original setting.

To see more examples of corridor, hallway and stair landing ideas see ’Staircase designs and Staircase lighting’.

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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