Douglas fir lines the walls of the entryway of a vacation house in Denmark. A narrow striped rug adds texture to the white-painted wooden floor from Dinesen.
The narrow entrance hall of a Copenhagen floating home faces another door, which opens seaward. Built-in cabinets serve as both storage and display. The porthole mirror is by Jacques Adnet.
The architects of a historic Barcelona flat had always wanted a library but didn’t have the space, so they took advantage of the wide hallway to install bespoke shelves they designed themselves. The lower cupboards are used for storage.
A glass wall, custom fit within the curve of a carved-out stone wall, povides a sharp contrast between old and new in a renovated Swiss retreat.
Shelves from Danish company We Do Wood, pendants by Uno & Osten Kristensson, a rug by Pappelina, and a vintage chair add personality to a hallway in Royan, France.
This light-filled hallway overlooking the staircase in a Texas home features extra book storage and a statement chandelier.
In a modern Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin home, a glass-framed corridor crosses a central courtyard to connect a separate wing with a studio and the main house.
An angular home that architect John Wardle designed for a couple in coastal Fairhaven, Australia, features striking, eucalyptus-lined hallways.