one Hallway with bright tiles and door
This entrance area is from an apartment designed by designer Vera Sheverdenok. Vera chose tiles with a bright pattern to decorate the floor, which imitates a fashionable broomstick. The color of the front door echoes the tile pattern. These are the main accents on the light background of the walls. In addition to the visual component, it is thought out and practical. There are three cabinets. The first is at the front door, built into a niche. Two more are at the opposite wall, united by a pouffe between them.
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2 Hallway from the designer’s apartment
Wallpaper with a Scandinavian brand pattern, no less interesting floor tiles, bright furniture (by the way, this is a repainted IKEA) — this is the recipe for a successful hallway interior from designer Ulyana Sinitsyna. And it was on him that she created the hallway in her apartment. Impress guests from the threshold? In such an entrance area — it’s easy!
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3 Modern entrance hall with colored walls and mirrored door
This Minsk apartment, designed by Vitaliy Savko, implements the idea of modern style and functionality. And if the main space is solved in light colors, then the entrance hall is contrasting. Blue walls, the same door, concrete ceiling, wooden panels and a sliding glass door leading to the dressing room (immediately closed the issue with the necessary mirror in the hallway) — the interior is built on a play of colors and textures.
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four Entrance hall in stalinka with a retro mood
This apartment is also located in Minsk. JL Studio, led by Evgenia Lykasova, developed and implemented a project for short-term rental — the interior turned out to be at the intersection of modernity and retro. In the hallway, this mood is also read. The color of the walls, the shape of the furniture, the pattern on the tiles, the design of the lamp — all this is reminiscent of the aesthetics of the 60s. And the stucco rosette on the ceiling refers to the year the house was built — and the classics of the middle of the last century.
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5 Hallway with color block
In this small studio for rent, designer Elina Musina applied bright solutions. The hallway is no exception. Since they do not spend much time in this room, which means that the color will not bother, the designer used a non-standard coloring method — color block. The walls with a door and a mirror are highlighted with a rich green and deep berry shade. Functionality — even in a small area — is not affected. Not only a spacious closet, but also hooks for outerwear and a shoe rack fit here.
6 Hallway with notes of modern classics
The apartment for a young couple designed by Anna Maltseva has an interior that mixes modern style and classic details. It turned out to be a beautiful modern classic, and the hallway is an area where this can also be seen. Smooth light walls, ornamental tiles on the floor that act as a decorative element, a built-in wardrobe with paneled facades, a high ceiling cornice and at the same time a mirror wall, a hanging shelf in a modern style, a chandelier with streamlined glass shades.
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7 Bright hallway with bright accents
This entrance area is from the apartment designed by Yulia Karpukhina. The interior is built on gray tones: light — on the walls; dark, medium and almost white — in the form of tiles on the floor. Against this background, the green front door stands out very brightly. The almost achromatic space is complemented by wooden elements: a mirror frame and a decorative map on the wall. The latter is an individual decision that speaks of the passion of the owners of this apartment. The map shows the places where they have already visited, and, of course, they are updated. In addition, the map is also a lamp. Behind it is an LED light.