Corridors play a vital role in formal as well as informal settings of design and décor. As the corridors are connected to many other rooms it is important to maintain acoustic insulation while preparing a designing idea for them.
They are made to be the silent walkways crossing many rooms, way to cross with peace, silence, relaxation and positive thoughts. They are the silent way to move from one place to another, but still they need to have some good, cozy, cool and calm designs to cheer you up and your presence whenever your pass through. Keep corridors sophisticated, touchy with relaxing feel and use of textured floors, paints, glass etc.
Adding up few interesting paintings through the walls give it a perfect silent speaking look. Such paintings or art on the walls doesn’t make the corridor look lonely and alone.
Corridors with sculptures and maybe light tone walls can be amazing pathway to walk by. It is like walking through an art gallery, so such corridor settings are very impressive.
It can be lively and smooth by placing few indoor plants. They are perfect to make a corridor look green, peaceful and positive.
Console tables are a great touch for any hallway. Arranged with a small floral elements, small statue, stack of antique books, scented candle, family photo or any other miniature décor, you may bring piece of stylish flare.
Glass walls with textured or smooth effects can make classy corridor. You may go for some stain glass painting walls to get a unique and colorful look.
Apart from all these designing and decor things keep your corridors spacious, well ventilated, and well illuminated by good source of natural light and artificial illumination. Use of mirrors, some seating, textured glasses as partition walls or steel channels to support, can be used to get a desired and appreciable looks.
Always remember, corridors are long so do not extend their length by unwanted elements. Corridors are silent but we can make them speak sweet with the tools of designing and décor world.
However, a few creative homeowners and design enthusiasts have found excellent ways to use this space. Here are some great ideas for bringing life in your corridors.