Home / Blog / 5 Wallpaper Ideas To Maximise Your Hallway Space 5 Wallpaper Ideas To Maximise Your Hallway Space Who says inspiring modern interior decor can’t extend to hallways as well as in the main rooms of the house. Although less time is spent here, the hallway is often the first space people see as they enter your home, so why not make a lasting impression. This curated selection of murals have been chosen to jazz up your hallway, introducing contemporary design to increase the impact of the space, as well as tying all the corners of your house together. Blue Circuit Design Geometric Striped Repeat Pattern Wallpaper - £37.00 /m2 Shop Now Navy Blue Two Tone Wave Effect Geometric Wallpaper Mural - £37.00 /m2 Shop Now Hallways, like any room of a home are very versatile, and come in all different shapes and sizes, so you want to make sure that you are utilising the space you have. Wallpaper is the perfect design solution for hallways, as not only are they beautiful to look at, but it also adds texture and depth to your space. The Circuit and Tone designs, are great example of how a mural can inject real interior flair to your hallway, without compromising on floor space. Black and Beige Wavy Line Abstract Wallpaper Mural - £37.00 /m2 Shop Now Peach and Turquoise Fade Ombre Wallpaper Mural - £37.00 /m2 Shop Now Simplicity is the way forward when styling a smaller space, and a mural creates an opportunity to go simple, without necessarily going minimal. Adding a beautifully designed piece of art to your walls can completely transform your space, and give you a focal point to style around. Don’t feel like you have to hold back on accessorising, a room feels much more collected and pulled together with complimenting furniture. These modern hallways ideas show how you can be practical with your styling, using stylish wooden furniture to compliment your wallpaper. Nico Geometric Wallpaper Mural - £37.00 /m2 Shop Now This modern wallpaper has completely enhanced the impact of the hallway, allowing your mural to take centre stage and control the atmosphere of the room. So why not get creative in your hallway and choice a design that compliments the interior styling in the rest of your home.