Practical Hallway

It is clear that even the smallest hall can be transformed into "candy", and in terms of finishing it did not concede another spacious hall suburban mansion. But now we are on the hallways, which resemble the former "front" in the city's palaces, mansions and palaces, country-houses. Of course, the first condition for creating such a masterpiece – A large area. Essential attribute of the hall is the fireplace. And because the interior hallway appear willy-nilly stone, marble and forging. Or, depending on the style of the room, brushed chrome, tempered glass, shiny nickel-plated parts. Needless to say, a fireplace in the hallway, even in this, which goes into the living room – this is a serious approach. No less impressive detail in the foyer hall will be such as a sofa or chair.

And it does not that the owners are planning to swim in a soft headset, reclining next to the door. That is to say, decorative items, however, agree that a scope! And there is the practical meaning: let's be careless as a fur coat to throw a chair. However, huge plush sofa in the hallway – it's overkill. Here, for example, a small wrought-iron sets – far from it. Today, these rough and slightly asymmetrical pieces of furniture are actively an interior fashion, we appreciate them for their handmade imperfection and uniqueness. Agree, looks impressive forging, and if also combined with a fireplace – just so lovely sight! In addition, often in the hallway, lobby, a country present mansion staircase leading to the next floor of the house. In this case, forging and irreplaceable, only in combination with mahogany, marble steps, framed landscapes on the walls and, say, a huge chandelier in as a source of illumination. And then who's to say that this is an entrance hall, lounge and not the palace?

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