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Designer's notes

The Transformation of a Long Narrow Hallway into a Welcoming Passageway That is an Integral Part of the Home

When considering the design and style of a long and narrow hallway, there is a need to maintain a delicate balance between choosing elements that may make the hallway feel even narrower and yet not shy away from using the plentiful lateral space the corridor naturally presents. Mirrors in small places are almost always a good idea and we divided the long wall into two by installing a large mirror in the middle. The mirror is flanked on both sides by beautiful contemporary black wood sculptural panels. To one side of this is a gorgeous large serene Buddha painting (copied from an inspiration image artist unknown found online) and one that my client loved. To the other side is a beautiful gallery wall of pictures taken by my clients on their many travels. In the entrance vestibule, we have added a stunning console table with an equally stunning brass mirror to allow for practical entrance requirements. Coats and shoes are housed in the cupboard opposite the table. This project is a great example of why interior styling is an integral part of the design process. I as a designer am driven to create wow factor 'curbside' factor appeal spaces that enchant the moment you walk in. Given this, I love how this hallway has transformed from a narrow walkway to a charming entrance that serves my clients practical and aesthetic demands.

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