Tricky front halls can be complemented by bamboo woven wood shades

Dec 6 2010

Tricky front halls can be complemented by bamboo woven wood shades
Tricky front halls can be complemented by bamboo woven wood shades
Some homes have long, intimidating front halls that can be difficult to incorporate into the rest of a design scheme and nearly impossible to decorate. However, with the right touch, any foyer can be the highlight of a house.

Long, narrow halls can be especially challenging, because they can act as routes throughout the home, but leave little wall space to hang decorations, according to The Orange County Register.

"When designing and decorating a long narrow space it is preferable to widen those narrow spaces and welcome one into the space just as you would if it were a living room or dining room," interior designer Deborah Muccillo told the news provider.

One way to make a hall feel more natural is to furnish it with pieces such as small tables, or even a desk. If these pieces complement the color of the walls, it can create a seamless, blended effect.

Others may choose to spice up a hallway with exotic pieces. For an Asian influence, homeowners may opt for bamboo woven wood shades, which can be unique window treatments for hallway windows which are also friendly to the environment.
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