Sleeping cubbies lie beneath a walkway connecting front and back units at this modern live-work space in Halifax. Cedar decking and soffit add warmth and texture to the transitional space.
The owner of this minimal guest apartment is an avid cyclist; the home's hallway entrance features this unique storage space for his roadbike.
An assortment of art pieces decorates a wall-mounted, stained maple shelf in the hallway at this upstate New York retreat. Though it posed structural difficulties, the elongated, wall-notched skylight provides a magical moment, says the resident: “We can go to bed at night and see the moon through it.”
At this simple New Hampshire home, eastern white pine finished with Monocoat white oil by Rubio clads the entrance hall, while slatted wood accents the space and screens pipes and ducts.
Natural light and breezes pass right through the second-floor hallway of this idyllic indoor-outdoor house in El Salvador.
At this floating home in Copenhagen, a narrow entrance hall faces another door, which opens seaward. Built-in cabinets serve as both storage and display. The porthole mirror is by Jacques Adnet.