Residence MContemporary Hall, Melbourne

Christine Francis

This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary hallway in Melbourne with white walls and concrete floors. —  Houzz
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Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: Clever Ways to Work Kitchen Cabinets Into Other Rooms16 March 2017

In the hallwayA large hallway is the perfect space to create some additional storage. Items such as coats, shoes, umbrellas, linen, brooms and the vacuum cleaner can all be stored in hallway cabinetry.Here timber-look doors give the illusion of wall panelling as opposed to cabinetry fronts. Kitchen base cabinets can be used for the lower cabinetry, and either more base or overhead cabinets can be used for the upper cabinetry, depending on the depth required. For tall storage, a kitchen pantry or broom cupboard with matching doors can be used. Using no visible handles on these cabinets creates a clean and streamlined look in this long hallway. Push-to-open doors allow for easy access to the cupboard behind, and give this storage more of a furniture look.

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Géraud added this to Idées de Géraud9 February 2019

des touches de marbre dans la deco - j ai deja table saarinen ovale marbre blanc

Rebecca Adams added this to Rebecca's ideas2 August 2018

Marble (or polished concrete look) for back of bar

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