If you have a small hallway that you're struggling with, then let me tell you that you are by no means alone. And, better than that, there's hope! By choosing the perfect paint for your small hall, you can create a stylish, welcoming first impression: here are the top ten Modern Country paint colours for small hallways....
This soft grey green has, according to Farrow and Ball, an unparallelled softness.
|Farrow and Ball Pigeon in a small Victorian hall|
For a white hall, Down Pipe shows off period detailing, such as high skirting boards, and substantial door frames...
|Farrow and Ball Down Pipe in small hallway|
Farrow and Ball Manor House Gray
When paired with lots of crisp white woodwork, this Farrow and Ball paint has a sophisticated, calming effect.
|Farrow and Ball Manor House Gray would give a similar look|
Dulux Chalky Downs
Remember this house tour top-to-toe in Chalky Downs? Dulux paints are really worth a look for some of their graduated colour schemes (Dusted Moss is another favourite) as a perfect starting palette for a whole house (for the rest of the incredible house tour, click here).
|Dulux Chalky Downs in small hall on panelling and walls and stairs!|
Little Greene French Grey
This version of the classic French Grey is a colour that looks delicious in different lighting conditions. Small hallways that twist and turn need paint colour that are thoroughly adaptable, and Little Greene's French Grey looks great by starker daylight, as well as in warm artificial light.
|Little Greene French Grey would give a similar look|
Little Greene Lead
This is a really smart Little Greene paint that, when pared with rustic accessories, creates a gorgeous Modern Country hall.
|Little Green Lead will give a similar look|
Farrow and Ball Railings
This Victorian hall has been given the wow-factor with woodwork and front door in Farrow and Ball Railings, a soft inky-black.
|Farrow and Ball Railings front door and woodwork|
Farrow and Ball Brinjal
For a strong colour below dado rails, like this deep aubergine, make sure you cut right back on the strength of colour above; Here Farrow and Ball Cornforth White is used to great calming effect.
|Farrow and Ball Brinjal below dado and Farrow and Ball Cornforth White above, in small hallway|
The slight blue undertones of this classic grey Farrow and Ball paint give an elegant feel to a period hallway.
|Farrow and Ball Lamp Room Gray will give a similar feel|
Fired Earth Pier Point
A cool greige that gives a contemporary chic feel to a period backdrop.
|Try Fired Earth Pier Point for a similar look|
Fired Earth Carbon Blue
For a period feel, keep the stronger colour below the chair rail. Alternatively, for a more contemporary take, reverse the two, perhaps adding tongue and groove beneath.
|Fired Earth Carbon Blue will give a similar feel|
See? Is that a smile I see as you drift off into decorating-land? Imagining a whole new hallway for you and your home, that you never even dreamed was possible?
Enjoy every second!
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