Hallway with black and white stairs and green panelling with a white door

Painted in School House White No.291 | Estate Emulsion & Bancha No.298, Studio Green No.93, School House White No.291 | Estate Eggshell


We’ve always been taught that first impressions are important, and the same goes for your home. As the space that welcomes you at the end of a long day, and the first glimpse your guests are given of your personal style, your hallway is the perfect opportunity to make a statement. What that looks like – a secret pop of pink, all-over colour, or a floral feature wall – is up to you.


Red hallway with hanging plants and  large windows overlooking a garden

A Strong Start

Painted in Wimborne White No.239 & Rectory Red No.217 | Estate Emulsion

Deep, strong colour doesn’t just make for a memorable introduction to your home, it also creates contrast with the rooms coming off it, making them appear lighter and larger.

White hallway with dark grey front door painted in Down Pipe

Statement Trim

Painted in Down Pipe No.26 | Estate Emulsion; Strong White No.2001 | Modern Emulsion

Green hallway with window and side table

Floor to Ceiling

Painted in Bancha No.298 | Modern Emulsion; School House White No.291 | Estate Eggshell


White and pink hallway with chair and shelves

Personal Touches

Painted in Rangwali No.296 | Modern Emulsion & Wimborne White No.239 | Estate Emulsion & Estate Eggshell

The most welcoming spaces don’t take themselves too seriously – let your artwork do the talking with a colourful gallery wall, paper a feature wall in oversized florals, or paint an alcove in a shade that makes you smile.

White hallway with dog sat on wooden floor

Whites and Brights

Strong White No.2001 | Modern Emulsion

Light blue hallway with Hellborus wallpaper and a dark brown radiator

Floral Feature Wall

Wallpapered in Helleborus BP5604


White hallway with stairs

Fresh and Bright

Painted in All White No.2005 | Estate Emulsion & Estate Eggshell

Clean and crisp, white woodwork is a classic choice for hallways, no matter what you pair it with. Try a glossy black bannister or deep wall colour for striking contrast, or break up a large-scale pattern with a white dado.

Dark blue hallway with white woodwork

Classic Contrast

Painted in Inchyra Blue No.289Strong White No.2001 | Modern Emulsion

Inky blue hallway with Feathergrass wallpaper and a bicycle propped against a white radiator

Botanical Pattern

Wallpapered in Feather Grass BP5107

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