Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Decor Inspiration: Arched Hallways...

As it is usually the first part of the home visitors see, the entry/hallway  is a very important space! When we first bought our home I thought mine was quite big but having looked at so many gorgeous homes online it now seems small in comparison! If I were rebuilding  my favourite design would be a long arched hallway as seen in photos below...





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I love everything about the above photo ... the wood floor, large mirror, floor rugs and art on the wall! Perfect!
I may keep on dreaming unless I win the lotto in the meantime!

Have a lovely day:)
Anne xx

21 comments:

  1. Looks beautiful, I love the thickness of the arch too! :-)

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  2. Such a lovely post: these spaces are great!
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  3. It's so pretty and stylish. I love the last photo. It's a beautiful interior.

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  4. I LOVE arched doorways. My home does not have any, but if we ever remodel, I want to make a couple of the doorways arched.

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  5. Gorgeous suite inspirations ! I love the first one ! Kiss x


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  6. These are fabulous - I love them all, particularly how they all draw your eye into the rest of the house...now I'd love a sneak peak into some of the other rooms!

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  7. I wish i had a little foyer at home - but i live in an apartment and you walk right into the living room :(

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  8. You're right _ I love this arch too, its the arch of promise and romance

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  9. These are beautiful and really make me want to do something to spruce up my entryway!

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  10. I love arches in architecture! These are all so beautiful.

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  11. I have always loved looks like these too! I was in love with #1 til I saw the last one! Great post!

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  12. Hi Anne,

    These entrances and hallways are so beautiful and thanks for sharing.

    Happy day
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  14. The hall is very important as it welcomes you in and gives you a hint of the atmosphere of the home. But where are all the teenage-shoes, dogs, umbrellas and drying coat and boots... Perhaps the answer is the huge wardrope!

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