By Michelle Gage

Published on March 1, 2016

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by Michelle Gage

Brightly colored rugs layer down this hallowed hall. Up the opulence factor by adding in a gilded mirror and crystal chandelier.

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Incorporate artwork down the white walls of your hall. Adding in art lights make the collection appear much more thoughtful.

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Sketches, paintings and special mementos create a stunning floor to ceiling gallery wall This otherwise boring wall comes to life when crawling with your collection.

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Instead of hanging artwork, try applying it directly. Beautiful wallpaper transforms even the smallest of spaces.

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Keep it simple by creating a small vignette in your hallway. A tiny table, lightly decorated, makes use of a small space.

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A painted staircase is an unexpected twist. Here, navy acts as a neutral and needs no update any time soon.

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Art is all around. Placing it on both sides of the wall and then at the end of the hall, reinforces that you are a collector at heart.

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Deep blue walls make for a cozy corridor. Balanced against stark white trimmings, this spaces is far from neglected.

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A lack of color can often make a space feel isolated and cold. Yet that’s not the case here. Simple pieces come together to create a cool and classic look.

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A gorgeous kilim rug runs down this narrow hallway A popping pattern goes a long way when looking to bring style into a tight space.