Revamp your HALLWAY
WOMAN'S WEEKLY|November 09, 2021
Turn this often-forgotten space into a stylish entrance to welcome you home

1 First impressions

Use colour to create a calm atmosphere the moment you step inside. Stick to earthy tones of blue, green and sandy beige. Try painting the woodwork and back of the door first to see how the colours work in your hall from day to night.

2 Mirror, mirror

Create the illusion of space with an oversized mirror to help bounce light around a dark and small entrance. Opt for a panelled style to give the impression of an extra window.

3 Open plan

When your hallway is part of your front room, it’s important to define the two different areas with some carefully chosen furniture. Keep styles simple and minimal, choose a coat stand to fill a corner and a short bench for changing shoes.

4 Rugs and runners

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