Midcentury Hallway Ideas and Designs
Tindall Architecture Workshop
Entryway with new builtin storage and restored room divider.
Penny Black Interiors LLC.
The architecture of this mid-century ranch in Portland’s West Hills oozes modernism’s core values. We wanted to focus on areas of the home that didn’t maximize the architectural beauty. The Client—a family of three, with Lucy the Great Dane, wanted to improve what was existing and update the kitchen and Jack and Jill Bathrooms, add some cool storage solutions and generally revamp the house. We totally reimagined the entry to provide a “wow” moment for all to enjoy whilst entering the property. A giant pivot door was used to replace the dated solid wood door and side light. We designed and built new open cabinetry in the kitchen allowing for more light in what was a dark spot. The kitchen got a makeover by reconfiguring the key elements and new concrete flooring, new stove, hood, bar, counter top, and a new lighting plan. Our work on the Humphrey House was featured in Dwell Magazine.
Wiedemann Architects LLC
Photography: Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography.
Lauren Shadid Architecture and Interiors
Gallery Wall / hallway of Master Suite. photo by Holly Lepere
Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography
Dynan Construction Management
SRQ Magazine's Home of the Year 2015 Platinum Award for Best Bathroom, Best Kitchen, and Best Overall Renovation Photo: Raif Fluker
Neil Perry Photography
Alison Damonte Design
Photo © Bruce Damonte
Sutton Signature from the Modin Rigid LVP Collection: Refined yet natural. A white wire-brush gives the natural wood tone a distinct depth, lending it to a variety of spaces.
Expression Architecte Intérieur
Bhavin Taylor Design
Photography - Jake Fitzjones Photography Ltd
Mahle Design, LLC
Park Slope Coop Hallway
Kansas City Homes & Style Magazine
A stylish mud room, custom and repurposed furniture, pendant lighting, ornate decorative mirrors and a hammered copper guest bath sink are just some of the main floor’s treasures that celebrate the past. Photo by Matt Kocourek http://www.mattkocourek.com/
Heather Garrett Design
While this home has a distinctively modern style with a nod toward its mid-century roots, the hardworking homeowners wanted it to have the feel of a high-end hotel experience.