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This hallway but with a slightly darker wood, mirror above the table and possibly a shoe rack

This hallway but with a slightly darker wood, mirror above the table and possibly a shoe rack

Hallways may perform an important function, but, especially if you live in a small space, you may resent them for the space they take up on your floor plan. To turn that irritation around, we're taking a look at ways you can recapture your hallway space for other uses like displaying art, creating a faux entryway, or a mini library! Check out these 10 tips.

Hallways may perform an important function, but, especially if you live in a small space, you may resent them for the space they take up on your floor plan. To turn that irritation around, we're taking a look at ways you can recapture your hallway space for other uses like displaying art, creating a faux entryway, or a mini library! Check out these 10 tips.

Modern Country Style: The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways Click through for details. Dulux Chalky Downs

Modern Country Style: The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways Click through for details. Dulux Chalky Downs

Modern Country Style: The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways Click through for details. Farrow and Ball Manor House Gray

Modern Country Style: The Best Paint Colours For Small Hallways Click through for details. Farrow and Ball Manor House Gray

The 42sqm flat in Hackney, London is pretty small: so owners Catherine Verna Bentley & Louis Hagen Hall had to be clever with storage solutions, custom cabinetry and other design ideas.

The 42sqm flat in Hackney, London is pretty small: so owners Catherine Verna Bentley & Louis Hagen Hall had to be clever with storage solutions, custom cabinetry and other design ideas.

Cosy nook with minimalistic furniture & styling

Cosy nook with minimalistic furniture & styling

The end of a hall is a great place to add floor-to-ceiling shelving. You won’t miss the space, and you’ll free up shelving elsewhere in your home.

The end of a hall is a great place to add floor-to-ceiling shelving. You won’t miss the space, and you’ll free up shelving elsewhere in your home.

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