Interiors

Minimalist hallways: 7 stylish examples

The minimalism style that has been actual in recent years in the interiors of the hallway. Find 7 stunning minimalist hallways in our new selection.

A minimum of items, a complete lack of decors and a maximum of functionality are the main features of minimalism. Is it any surprise that designers love this style so much when it comes to decorating the hallway. Indeed, in a small, narrow entrance area, where every useful centimetre counts, the principle of “nothing more” is as relevant as possible. We have collected for you inspiring examples from projects of Laskasas, which once again prove: Less Is More, period.

Vertical silhouettes & high-quality details in minimalist hallways

The Desert entrance hall features an elevated passageway with chic design solutions, vertical silhouettes and high-quality details.


Super-cosy foyer

Home entry is the first thing visitors see when they step inside a house. The Feelgood entrance hall is a super-cosy foyer placed in a high-comfortable living room.

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Set a fun air of irreverence for the rooms ahead

The Nowhere entrance hall is a transitional space that sets a fun air of irreverence for the rooms ahead. This minimalist decor evokes a complete sense of calm through warm and seamless design.


Embraces French interior design styling

The Proust entrance hall embraces French interior design styling. The curved angles of the console give a modern edge to the foyer.


Impressive marble console

The Eliot entrance hall is a small but impactful entryway. Its impressive marble console provides an eye-catching contrast with the neutral floor and walls.


Perfect to greet family and guests

The Botton entrance hall is perfect to greet family and guests each time they walk through the front door. This glamorous interior provides memorable first impressions with a fun touch of irreverence.


Reimagine the classic reception areas design

The Aire entrance hall reimagines the classic reception areas design. At the beginning of this contemporary home, the mirror, the console, the table lamp and the pouf create a spectacular view enhanced by an extravagant revolving door.


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