Traditional White Hallway Design Ideas
Intrim Group Pty Ltd
This classic New Traditional style home embraces curvaceous shapes & silhouettes of classical European design with clean, bright shapes & tones to create a sophisticated interior. While traditional interiors of the past featured dark color palettes and heavy furniture, today's traditional designs are lighter, brighter, and more streamlined such as in this beautiful home. The architectural features in this home make it a real show stopper, and even with minimal furnishings, the home exudes beauty. Intrim supplied Intrim Sk29 skirting and architrave, Intrim PR04 picture rail, and the wainscoting was created using Intrim CR01 chair rail and Intrim IN13 inlay mould. Photography: In Haus Media
Crosby Creations Drafting & Design Services, LLC
Artisans of Devizes
Portland Fossil limestone floor and bespoke steps in a Artisan Distressed finish. Available from Artisans of Devizes.
A stunning family home in the heart of London, this ‘Gothic Revival’ property is enclosed within high walls and with it’s beautiful garden, gives a sense of being in the country. Featuring quartrefoils, tracery and turrets, lost period details have been recreated and the once dark interiors now bask in new-found light and colour. When the owners first discovered the house it was a run-down old vicarage in much need of refurbishment. Broseley sourced all the materials to create the Gothic look; the brickwork is a mix of London stock with banks of red brick and the quartrefoils are carved from Portland stone. The phased project was carried out over some years and began by replacing the lightwell behind the hall with a turret, which houses the cantilevered stone staircase. It was a complex project as the outside edge of the stairs is octagonal to match the walls of the turret while the inside is elliptical. Broseley also added the arched porch at the front of the house and created rib vaulting in the entrance hall. An extension was added to create a bathroom adjoining the master bedroom, which had fitted paneling and reinstated cornicing. On the top floor, Broseley turned odd angled corners into bathrooms and realigned the layout of bedrooms. A number of fireplaces were added to all the main rooms, and extensive repair work done to the architectural finishes throughout the house. The kitchen was build by Broseley, who first enlarged the space and then made all the bespoke units. Most recently, Broseley has added a light subterranean extension, which incorporates a big ‘party room’, guest bedroom and bathroom, a compact ‘entertaining kitchen’ and a courtyard.
John B. Murray Architect
Enfilade. Photographer: Nick Johnson
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2014 Houzz
While the period homes of Goodwood continue to define their prestige location on the cusp of the CBD and the ultra-trendy King William Road, this 4-bedroom beauty set on a prized 978sqm allotment soars even higher thanks to the most epic of extensions.... Photos: www.hardimage.com.au
Orren Pickell Building Group
Intersecting arches, groin vault ceiling, and hand-scraped oak flooring. Photo by Mike Kaskel.
NATALIA ZUBIZARRETA INTERIORISMO
Detalle hall vivienda íntegramente reformada por NATALIA ZUBIZARRETA INTERIORISMO en Vizcaya. Paredes blancas, vigas hormigón vistas, pavimento laminado de roble, mueble vitrina de Hanbel y mueble comedor de herencia. Fotografía de Erlantz Biderbost.