First impressions count: creating a hallway with impact

May 7 First impressions count: creating a hallway with impact

When faced with redecorating a small space, it’s natural to be drawn to light, bright neutral hues that you’ve been told will open up even the pokiest spaces. But choosing a brave, dark colour can be much more effective, creating a cool, dramatic look with an on-trend vibe. From moody hallways to sultry bathrooms, we’ve enlisted the help of some top designers from our SheerLuxe Interiors Panel, to give their tips on how to work dark shades into your home…

How To Use Dark Shades In Small Spaces

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This amazing chandelier was sourced from Hastings Antiques Centre, and sits happily in the spacious landing. #WTinteriors #interiors

This amazing chandelier was sourced from Hastings Antiques Centre, and sits happily in the spacious landing.

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Having internal doors built both back and front instead of curtains/secondary glazing. The grand chandelier in the entrance catches the light beautifully.

Different shades of blue work well in this hallway. The pale shade gives illusion of space, while the darker shade adds depth. Neutral carpet prevents scheme from looking too heavy.

Hallway colour schemes

London town house Different shades of blue work well in this entrance hall. The pale shade gives the illusion of space, while the darker shade adds depth. A neutral carpet prevents the scheme from looking too heavy.

Farrow and Ball Stiffkey Blue in my living room https://www.facebook.com/shorthaircutstyles/posts/1759023051054801

Farrow and Ball Stiffkey Blue for dining room- window wall with radiator cover painted same colour and posh blind to tie in

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