How to Decorate a Reception (Hall)

Often, when decorating our house, we focus on the living room, bedroom, kitchen or even the garden, and forget the hallways.
Since necessarily to go through to change rooms, in order to get the most out of them; just follow these simple tips:
- The first thing to note is that the corridors should give a sense of freedom and comfort to facilitate and expedite the transition in your home. You must also consider that there is no natural light, so the responsibility falls to us to enlighten them properly.
White and beige paint are the most popular choices.

- Re-size the space: The placement of light sources will largely depend on the height of the roof we have. To do the light overhead, use foci located directly on the ceiling or wall at top of the walls, illuminating hard for light to flood the hall.
If, on the contrary, we are at a high, the solution can pass through socket. At the top place a strip similar to a wood floor.
Another resource is the use of mirrors, which will help you play with the dimensions due to its reflection.


- Classic choice: Depending on the width you have, it may be advisable to include some furniture to liven up the pace. Racks or libraries give more life to this area, avoiding that seems deserted.
A mat is a good solution, since it will bring warmth giving a more friendly and hospitable impression. If you have enough space you can also place a small table with a lamp on it.


- Beware of excess: It is important to remember that you can not place objects near the doors, because for the chance to hit them. You must avoid at all costs overloading the corridor, since our goal is to make it as light as possible.
Another alternative is to create a small art gallery; as pictures.


Now you know all that is necessary to correctly decorate this part of the house, often neglected. A well furnished halls will flow coherence and joy to your home.

1 comments:

  • Nicole Gamble says:
    January 11, 2012 at 2:21 AM

    Great article! I’ve learned a lot from your blog! Keep on going, I will keep an eye on it.

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