Diy mirror decorating ideas

Diy mirror decorating ideas

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Embracing the ‘clutter’ makes a little space feel less encroaching. A enjoyment peg board-style wallpaper creates a sense of purpose on one wall.

Diy mirror decorating ideas

Paired with a simple peg rail and attractive baskets the space becomes immediately identifiable as the put to store garments, nothing more.

A handy bench provides an elevated seating area, where the baskets can be neatly stowed underneath – making the best use of limited space.


Maximise space with bespoke storage

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Maximise the decorative potential of storage by choosing built-in open units instead of those with doors.

Diy mirror decorating ideas

Put against a wallpapered wall – here, a grey geometric pattern not only makes a unused backdrop, but turns each section of the storage unit into an attractive separate storage zone.

Introduce a zingy secondary colour for added up-to-date style and why not get the children involved with low level hooks just for them? Alongside signature yellow, use black and white accessories to make the space homely.

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Revel in the practicality of brilliant shelving

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A simple shelf, above concealed storage units, provides the perfcet put for keys, welcoming vases of flowers and family photos to give your little hallway a touch of personality.

Mirrors are always a grand thought for little spaces, to reflect light. In a hallway they become even more valuable to quickly check your hair before you leave the home.

Diy mirror decorating ideas

A mirror with a shelf  in a hallway, well that’s just magic! You get the light, the reflection and a put to pop things to remember or keepsakes to display. Win, win.


Diy mirror decorating ideas

Single out a wall for pattern

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Add a summery feel to your hallway with a splash of sunshine. The area under these stairs would be a dark, uninteresting space if it wasn’t for the uplifting flash of yellow wallpaper that cheers the room up no finish. A yellow bin, cleverly used as shoe storage, adds a modern twist. Stir the tones from sunflower to sand with a standalone bench and jacket hook in warming beech wood.

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Cow Parsley, Cole & Son Contemporary Selection Wallpaper Collection, Wallpaper Direct


Add a sense of depth with a stair runner

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Look to the stairs to assist open up an internal staircase. Hallways with steps that own a solid wall rather than open balusters can be among the trickiest of spaces to decorate. Make the most of this tiniest of spaces by making a feature of the stairs. This stripped back oak staircase is a thing of beauty and it provides a visual contrast to the grey painted wall panelling either side.

Diy mirror decorating ideas

Fit a brilliant stair runner with a strong linear stripe that draws the eye upwards to the light-filled landing above.

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Runner, Shetland runner in Sudbury Light Grey, Roger Oates

Do you desire more stair runner inspiration? READ: 10 of the best stair carpets


Stop them in their tracks

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Blend moulded forms, geometric design and classic marble for a timelessly elegant glance.

Diy mirror decorating ideas

Make a bouquet of unused green foliage your focal point by planting it in a larger-than-life lacquered planter. Here, a geometric faceted head demands to be looked at. Break up an expanse of white and grey with a vibrant colour – yellow works a treat in a contemporary scheme.

Love these little hallways? READ: Little living room ideas for a cute, cosy and compact space


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