Hallways can be a real challenge to decorate.
If they’re narrow (like mine) there’s not much you can do with them.
If they’re dotted with doors, you’re limited in what you can hang on the wall.
Today I’ve collected 10 hallway decorating ideas from Houzz.
White beadboard and yellow wallpaper create a charming farmhouse hallway.
White cafe curtains pair with lantern style sconces to create visual interest.
If your hallway is wide enough, you can install bookcases on one or both sides.
This hallway has the added bonus of a wall of windows.
Interesting light fixtures provide eye candy …
a good idea if you don’t have a lot of wall space in your hallway.
A back hallway can double as a mudroom.
Hang a shelf with hooks and you’re good to go!
This is one of the better hallway decorating ideas I’ve seen.
This hallway has a lot of great assets.
Rich wood floors, lots of natural light, and charming light fixtures.
It’s also roomy enough for a farmhouse bench.
Do you ever consider what’s at the end of your hallway?
This photo is giving me ideas for creating a focal point at the end of the hall.
An expansive upstairs hallwy shows what can be done to jazz things up.
The checkerboard floor alone is appealing and could be added to any size hall.
White walls and doors allow the the rich wood floors to pop in this hallway.
The peaked ceiling adds plenty of visual interest so no artwork on the walls is needed.
Interesting angles create appeal in this bead boarded hallway.
Simple light fixtures and framed prints add a bit of beauty.
Another hallway turned mudroom, this one contains farmhouse elements.
A crock on the floor cradles umbrellas and walking sticks while a peg rail holds coats.
A long bench creates a place to sit while removing boots and shoes.
I hope these hallway decorating ideas have provided a little inspiration!
I know they’ve got me thinking about what to do with my ho-hum upstairs hall.