Come to stay: Tips for narrow hallways

Gekommen um zu bleiben: Tipps für schmale Flure

Come in!

A hallway should be inviting and friendly, for it is the reception area.because it is the reception area in in the house and apartment. Find ideas for hallway design and the best and the best tips for a homely ambience in a narrow hallway. We present you hallway furniture from designers designers, which make the hallway look visually larger and show you how Scandinavian lightness moves into your hallway!

1. Multifunctional metal furniture in the narrow hallway

At a metalClothes rail, with the help of hangers or hooks, you can hang various items of clothing and even find a place for one or two accessories. On a narrow shoe bench made of metal not only shoes can be placed on a narrow metal shoe bench - you can also put on and take off your shoes on the bench. RUBI clothes rail and NEVA or BOVI shoe rack are such all-rounders that can be integrated into any style and hallway.and hallway. Multifunctional, high quality and durable!

Bench NEVA | Table lamp FAROL | Credit: Tobias Stern

2. Creative wall design for the hallway

The walls in a narrow hallway can be used wonderfully. A few wall hooks here and there and you've created a space-saving wardrobe that doesn't take up too much room. The PALO coat hooks from Metallbude prove once again: less is more.

Hooks PALO | Credit: Tobias Stern

3. Dark hallway? - Light colors, light metal furniture and light

Often lacks daylight in the hallway to create more space. Here are wonderful indirect light sources, such as the discreet table lamp from Blomuswhich not only serves its purpose, but also acts as a decorative eye-catcher in the hallway.eye-catcher in the hallway.

Bench NEVA | Table lamp FAROL | Credit: Tobias Stern

4. Bring a lightness into the hallway with fresh flowers

Fresh flowers create life and joy in any room. The hallway should not be a transit station, but a place you love to visit when you coming home when coming home. A few fine Deko-elements work wonders and create Scandinavian lightness.

Credit: Tobias Stern