Entrance Ideas and Designs
Storylines Interior Design
Photographer: James York
Mr Buckley Interiors Ltd
Back Hallway at Coates Place Cloakroom decorated in Arte Wallpapers Corbusier Dots in pink & burgundy with two tone pink & cerise lamp shade and lots of colourful clothes and trainers on an engineered Oak floor.
Photo credit: The Secret Drawer Neckar is double fumed to produce a dark, rich brown floor, and with its herringbone pattern it creates an on-trend look. It is unfinished 2 ply and has a square shoulder profile.
The entrance hallway of the Edwardian Herne Hill project in London was painted in Little Greene Slaked Lime which contrasted with the dark wood floors, the black meta wall lights & pendants.It opens into the living room via sliding pocket doors
The generous proportions of the front door and surround in the entrance hallway were emphasised by being painted black, whilst the contemporary stained glass panels add a softness. The geometric black and white tiled floor is reminiscent of an original Victorian tiled hallway, but reimagined in a more contemporary style. And the panelling underneath the stairs is in a contemporary v-groove style, which has been used to create hidden shoe & coat storage.
Whitewash entrance hallway to create light and open space, enhanced with natural materials and neutral finishes.
Anna Stathaki | Photography
ZAC and ZAC - Photography
StuartBarr Construction Design Renovation
Lucy Walters Photography
Mowlem & Co
Take a (bespoke banquette) seat! One of the many advantages of bespoke design is the ability to create precisely the right furniture for any space, and at Mowlem &Co we also specialise in beautiful banquette or bench style seating, whether for built-in dining booths, boot rooms, hallways, dressing rooms, studies, bedrooms, bay windows...wherever maximising space, comfort – and in some cases extra storage – would be a benefit.