Hallway Interior Design
The entrance hall in this apartment has a long oblong shape and is divided into two parts: the entrance area and the corridor, which directly leads to all rooms. To make the narrow hallway look more spacious, we removed the cement block wall separating it from the living room and replaced it with veneered slats, through which the living room is already visible and sunlight penetrates.
A mirror from floor to ceiling was installed to the opposite wall, which not only fulfills its direct function, but also helps to expand the space. The hanging bench, which was placed under the mirror creates convenience, but it does not clutter up the space. Separation of the two hallway zones was implemented using different flooring. So, the entrance area designed with tiles, and the corridor leading deep into the apartment is covered with a laminate, thus connecting to the space of the kitchen-living room. But at the same time, the laminate is in harmony with the different-colored wood-like tiles, echoing the colors and creating a common space. Along the corridor wall we designed closet from floor to the ceiling with white facades and vertical black handles, which visually merges with the white walls, making the room spacious and supporting the overall concept.
The white color, which occupies a large part of the room, made the interior easy, and also emphasized the graphic and the “woody” textured materials that metered in a tile pattern, veneered battens and flooring, which connects the corridor with the Living room. Due to such tactile materials, the interior takes on of its own individual character, and contact with them causes a feeling of harmony with nature.
The picture located on the opposite to the door wall as decor, “invites” to go to the end of the corridor to visit other rooms. The stripes of the picture harmoniously complementing the profile black handles stripes of the closet attach the graphic and rhythm to the room, accomplishing the overall concept of the apartment.