Hurst Avenue Residence

This hallway was part of a larger remodel of an attic space which included the hall, master bedroom, bathroom and nursery. Painted a brilliant white and borrowing light from the frosted, glass inset nursery and bedroom doors, this light hardwood space is lined on one side with custom, built-in storage. Making the most of the sloping eave space and pony wall, there is room for stacking, hanging and multiple drawer depths, very versatile storage. The cut-out pulls and toe-kick registers keep the floor and walkway clear of any extrusions. The hall acts as an extension of the bedrooms, with the narrow bench providing a resting place while getting ready in the morning.

All photos: Josh Partee Photography

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Justin Rice added this to Rice Residence5 days ago

Built ins are pretty cool. The wood on the walls of the bedroom is kinda cool too.

Justin Rice added this to Justin's ideas5 days ago

Built ins are pretty cool. The wood on the walls of the bedroom is kinda cool too.

Helen Denize added this to Robert Holland - Helen's Ideas27 January 2021

This is how cupboards have been incorporated into a hallway. Not necessarily what I would choose but work well with the wooden floor. (So I am saving the shot incase I can't find it again.)

Nic Bannerman added this to My ideas19 January 2021

Hallway storage in main bedroom

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