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Traditional Hallway Ideas and Designs

Ladbroke Road, Notting Hill, London - W11
Ladbroke Road, Notting Hill, London - W11
Brosh Architects
Lower ground floor landing with secret door into the WC. showing the kitchen area with fire rated glass doors
Bournemouth Contemporary Home
Bournemouth Contemporary Home
Steven Dance Photography
Contemporary home in Bournemouth, Dorset. Photos by www.stevendance.com
Greeting Area
Greeting Area
Divine Custom Homes
Photos by SpaceCrafting
Salisbury Residential Home
Salisbury Residential Home
Rosenberg Kolb Architects
Salisbury, CT This 4,000 square foot vacation house in northwest Connecticut sits on a small promontory with views across a lake to hills beyond. While the site was extraordinary, the owner’s existing house had no redeeming value. It was demolished, and its foundations provided the base for this house. The new house rises from a stone base set into the hillside. A guest bedroom, recreation room and wine cellar are located in this half cellar with views toward the lake. Above the house steps back creating a terrace across the entire length of the house with a covered dining porch at one end and steps down to the lawn at the other end. This main portion of the house is sided with wood clapboard and detailed simply to recall the 19th century farmhouses in the area. Large windows and ‘french’ doors open the living room and family room to the terrace and view. A large kitchen is open to the family room and also serves a formal dining room on the entrance side of the house. On the second floor a there is a spacious master suite and three additional bedrooms. A new ‘carriage house’ garage thirty feet from the main house was built and the driveway and topography altered to create a new sense of approach and entry.

Traditional Hallway Ideas and Designs

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