This week I posted a quick hallway tour video on my YouTube channel. (Have a little watch below!) Although usually not the most interesting place in a house, I really feel you can have so much fun injecting personality into a hallway – which you then get to enjoy as you move around your home. Ours is full of holiday souvenirs from trips to India and our honeymoon in Sri Lanka, as well as great memories from our wedding day. I love it!
Below you can find up-close photos of our hallway as it wiggles its way around our flat. I’ve included links where I can in case there’s something you love.
At the top of our entrance I have lots Tokaree baskets hanging on the wall. I keep so much in these, including hats and scarves for the winter, dog leads and toys for Poppy as well as recycling!
The pigeon (and the peacock in the video) is from a handicrafts market in Delhi in India. I thought it had such charm and looks really sweet hanging above our hallway.
I picked up these clogs from a second hand stall at a market. They are attached to the wall using extra strong sticky tabs!
The prints are from one of our holidays in Goa. There is an amazing Saturday night market in northern Goa where you can find all sorts of amazing things like this. These ones are originals by the artist and I love how much vibrance they add to the hallway in their yellow frames.
These Bloomingville copper plant pots are from Geo Fleur and were a wedding present from the Sew Over It team. I love how they bring a little of the outdoors in, perfectly leading out to the roof terrace.
This fabric garland was another present from the Sew Over It crew. They made the welcome sign for our Indian-themed wedding and this was part of it. It’s made from strips of Kangan Arora fabric which is so colourful and happy.
I had to add this little fella in!
My stairs are all decorated with MissPrint wallpaper, which I think is so effective in bringing in some easy personality and colour into a hall. The best thing is it’s very easy to change – a huge bonus if you’re someone who likes to mix things up. If you think you might like to have a go, I made a tutorial on how I wallpaper my stairs, which you can watch on my YouTube channel.
And that’s my hallway! I hope you enjoyed having a look around. I’d love to hear what you think!