Entryway and Hallway Ideas
A beautiful and well-organized entryway and hallway will make a home feel more inviting. Knowing which steps to take to get the job done may not seem that obvious. Interior Design Magazines is here to help you, combining both style and luxury, and that’s why we gathered our favorite entryway and hallway ideas for your inspiration.
The grey upholstered ottomans are super modern and go hand-in-hand with the modern look of the hallway. A leather stool with a tufted finish that brings luxury and comfort together into one. Its versatile nature ensures it adapts to most styles and functions and can be placed accordingly – by a dressing table, in a dining or living room. Timeless with a modern twist, Charla Stool is an item of boundless elegance.
Can you imagine yourself seating and relaxing in this comfortable and luxurious armchair? It seems perfect for a reading corner. Soleil Armchair is a synthesis of styles and senses. Inspired by the spirit and mission of the famous Cirque de Soleil, the purpose is to invoke, provoke and evoke. Soft, sultry curves gently embrace the sitter in this elegant vintage and contemporary style armchair. Except for the supreme levels of comfort, the brass details on the modern armchair perfectly complement the elegant lines of a timeless piece.
This door handle is absolutely stunning and exquisite. All the elegance united in one golden door handle, with a magnificent presence. Strelitzia represents faithfulness, love, and thoughtfulness. It’s inspired by a species of a flowering plant indigenous to South Africa that honors a Queen. Made of Brass, this Big Size Door Pull is the perfect piece to create a romantic impact on your project.
What an elegant door handle. Sleek and a perfect reflection of a modern and strong way to adorn your front door! Baruka is our cultural manifest, a perfect reflection of a thousand of years old legacy, an ode to Japan. Made of brass, Baruka represents culture, customs, and values, becoming a modern and strong Door Pull to embellish your entryway decor.
The armchair and the bench fit right in his modern and colorful entryway. Imagine entering home and finding this ambiance? Ibis Armchair is inspired by Ibis, beautiful birds known for their long slim legs. It’s an elegant seating solution. Upholstered in cotton velvet, this accent chair with an aged brass nailheads trim will be the focal point of any living room set.
Believe it or not, reading is good for your health. This modern-designed reading corner complemented with a shaded pink rug, promises a lot of healthy moments! Toulouse is a beautiful city in southern France known as the Pink City because of the color of their unique architecture made of rosy bricks. The breathtaking landscapes of this city inspired the creation of TOULOUSSE rug, which was born to transform any ambiance in a dream in shades of pink.
This match between the rug and the armchair is absolutely perfect! The color palettes used here, both in the upholstery and on the rug are meant for each other. TED Rug was born to create the first legacy of the shaggy collection. This exclusive rug mixes unique tones and unforgettable touches.
An absolute mid-century vibe is what we get when we look at this sideboard, right? A perfect furniture piece for retro lovers and mid-century admirers, Monocles sideboard with its solid walnut wood structures and gold plated brass feet make for a luxurious piece for any true mid-century interior. As if taken straight out of a Bond movie, Monocles oozes charm and luxury like no other piece could ever.
Marble is such a luxurious material. This office looks exquisite with the black marble desk and white marble walls! The smaller version of the Charla Office Chair much like the bigger version ties luxury and comfort together. No comfortability was compromised in this smaller version, an office chair made with the best materials. Like the original design, it’s an item of boundless elegance and a timeless design that offers a modern twist to office spaces.
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