Ideas to take advantage of a hall room: decorative elements

How to take advantage of a corridor in our home

One of the most forgotten spaces in a house is the hallway. These should not be used only as a mere place of passage to get from one room to another, but that much can be taken advantage of when it comes to gaining space , especially in small homes. Today in our decoration blog, we are going to show you some ideas to take advantage of a hall of a house .

How to take advantage of a corridor in our home
Among the main uses we can give to a corridor are:

Storage

One of the most frequent uses to take advantage of a corridor is storage. However, it is not something that can be done at all but should be one that has the necessary width. In this way, you can place shelves or bookstores to place the books. You can even take advantage of two columns and place shelves that act as support. It is also quite common to install furniture.

On the other hand, if you have enough space, it is also very frequent to install a closet or a shoemaker and be able to gain space in the room.

Hangers or coat hangers

Related to the previous point, to take advantage of a narrow corridor you can place hangers or hangers on which to hang your daily clothes, such as coats, for example.

Hall mirror to take advantage of a hall

Placing mirrors is perfect for a corridor as it will allow us to visually expand the space . This is because, as we have said before in other posts, the mirrors reflect the light and the effect is multiplied giving a feeling of spaciousness.

However, we must choose well what mirror to put since it must be the right size so that it does not stand out much over the rest of the decorative elements of the hall.

Colors

The color is very important, both the walls and the furniture. Using a single color can lead to a boring stay. That is why it is usually a good idea to mix shades of a color to give it more dynamism.

In short, there are many things we can do to get the most out of a hallway in our house and gain space in other rooms. What idea did you like best?