Much more than just an entrance or the first thing we see when opening the front door, a hallway is part of your home, so why not take the time and turn it into a welcoming and stylish zone.
Saying that, one of the most important things you need to consider when decorating hallways is choosing the flooring. We have selected for you some suitable options of durable flooring that we think will stand up to a vast amount of wear and tear:
Wood–effect tiles – low maintenance tile made from a hard wearing material. A good choice if you prefer a more traditional look. Add a no fuss sofa or bench to provide guests or family members with a spot to deal with seasonal footwear.
Tiles used in this setting: Oakwood Grey from the Tileworks collection
Natural Stone tiles – if you are looking for something unique and beautiful, natural stone is what you are looking for. Long lasting and versatile your natural stone floor will be admired for many years to come. Incorporate a spot where the whole family can have their gear organized such as coats, shoes and bags.
Tiles used in this setting: Byzantine Bronze from the Earthworks collection
Victorian Floor tiles – another option for durable floors. Victorian floors in beautiful repeating patterns will be at home in a traditional Edwardian or Victorian building. The patterns don’t have to be complicated to transform the ordinary into something amazing. Adding extra texture with good quality furniture will complete the look and inject elegance and beauty.
Tiles used in this setting: Nottingham pattern from Victorian Floor Tiles collection
Patchwork ceramic tiles – another way of adding character to a hallway is using patterns. Our Odyssey collection is packed with many interesting ideas gathered from around the world. Why not use the patterned tile designs and borders to create a rug effect?
Tiles used in this setting: Romaneque pattern ( 8021v ) from the Odyssey collection