Hallway Trends 2024

While hallways may often go overlooked, they play an important role in setting the tone for your home while offering a first impression for visitors. They can also provide a challenge for homeowners looking to achieve a style that also balances practicality in a high-traffic zone.

We look at some of the most popular hallway trends for 2024 and how they can easily be achieved by choosing the right accessories and flooring.


Siena Sand 100% undyed wool from £78 per m2, Riviera Home UK, rivierahomeuk.co.uk

Bring the outdoors in by incorporating natural elements into your hallway design. This could include wooden flooring, potted plants, or a gallery of nature-inspired artwork. Choosing organic materials, such as this 100% undyed wool carpet, adds warmth and helps to connect homeowners to the natural environment.

To The Max

Hand block printed cushions from £20, Candy Floss Bamboo lamp tall from £150, Issy pink and green lampshadde from £65, Shivani Indian Cotton Rug – Mustard from £195 [email protected] | huddlecollection.com

Maximalist trends allow homeowners to get bold and expressive with colours in a mix of patterns and textures. Use this style to incorporate an eclectic gallery of art, accessories and soft furnishings in hallway settings.

Great Expectations

left: Impressive Patterns, Royal Oak Natural laminate from £32.49 per m2 middle: Majestic, Desert Oak Warm Natural laminate from £43.99 per m2 right: Palazzo, Frosted Oak Oiled hardwood from £109.99 per m2, Quick-Step, quick-step.co.uk

From Saltburn to Downton Abbey, glamorous country piles provide aspiration in home design. Parquet designs and wood plank floors can instantly help support grand hallway schemes while providing practicality in high-traffic areas.


Papercut 9364 Rust from £175 (80 x 150cm), Louis De Poortere, 01505 615663, louisdepoortere.com

Plain or neutral hallways remain a popular choice for those looking to make a feature of accessories and art collections. Adding comfort and creativity through a carefully sourced rug can provide an eye-catching talking point.

Patterned Practicality

Velvetex collection, Evora cushion vinyl from £25 per m2, LeoLine, leoline.co.uk
Patterns continue to be a popular choice in hallway areas. Coping with the odd muddy footprint can easily be solved with a floor, such as this stylish choice from LeoLine, which replicates the look and feel of tile with all the practicality of cushion vinyl.

Away From The Noise

left: Moduleo LayRed Millstone 46200 from £47.99 per m2 right: Moduleo LayRed Silky Satin 46920 from £47.99 per m2, Moduleo, moduleo.co.uk

We’ve seen a rise in minimaluxe spaces that combine the clean, crisp and uncomplicated lines of minimalism with luxurious finishes, such as marble and stone. While natural stone may be out of most budgets, Moduleo has recreated the look and feel into its luxury vinyl tile collections.

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