Hallways can be pretty lackluster spots. From their narrow width to their awkward shapes, it's often easy to overlook these corridors. Well, it's time to finally show these areas some love. From statement runners to gallery walls, these tips will help you transform yours into a noteworthy part of your home.
New traditional blends elements of modern and classic style together to create elegant, tasteful and timeless design. See examples on HGTV.com.
Exposed structural elements, a mixture of textures and sleek, urban-style details define this cool, edgy trend. Learn more about industrial style at HGTV.com
Scandinavian design celebrated minimalism and functionality over luxury. Browse through photos on HGTV.com to see how these simple spaces showcase high style.
Clean lines and the combination of new and old materials characterize this timeless design trend. See best examples on HGTV.com.
Originating in the 1930s during Hollywood's Golden Age, this style celebrates larger-than-life details, Art Deco elements and gold accents. Check out this fabulous style on HGTV.com.
Whatever your green thumb prefers, there's no question that a houseplant adds life to interior design. See these ideas for how to work your favorite fiddle leaf fig, pothos, snake plant or succulent into your decor.
Forget the macrame and fur decor of the 1970s and '80s. Today's handcrafted fiber art and decor has a fresh look that adds instant coziness and a touch of bohemian chic to any home.
Like the sparkly earrings or an eye-catching necklace, stylish statement chandeliers put the perfect finishing touches on beautifully designed rooms. See some of HGTV's favorite light fixtures.
A feature wall will freshen up you space and act as an accent that will make your home unfotgettable.
Gallery walls offer an eclectic mix of artwork + personal pieces - making an otherwise blank wall an eye-catching design trend.
Whether you choose to display your dishes, glassware or artwork - these images will make you want to rip out your cabinets and opt for open shelving.
HGTV loves the versatility of wallpaper and how effectively it can add color, texture, dimension and personality to a room.
HGTV loves the trend of using tropical patterns to add a fun, bold and colorful liveliness to any style or room.
HGTV loves the trend of using watercolor to add color ranging from subtle to bold to walls, fabrics and artwork.
HGTV loves the trend of using large floral patterns to add life, color, boldness and personality to a space.
HGTV loves the trend of adding the herringbone pattern to a design to create visual interest and add contrast and uniqueness to a space.
HGTV loves the trend of using 3-D textures and geometric shapes to add visual interest and personality to a design.
Often used to lend a casual feel, natural grass materials can tend toward beachy or Boho, traditional or trendy.
The fluid look of marble works with styles from truly traditional to completely contemporary. See examples of marble, both the stone and materials inspired by it, to see how this texture can make a space.
Matte finishes are having a moment — often in black but also seen in greens, blues and grays, the look is earthy and upscale at the same time.
When it come to materials direct from nature, live-edge wood pieces prove its best not to mess with a good thing.
We're seeing metallics on everything from walls to furniture to fixtures. See some of our favorite shiny surfaces and decide whether metallics are your texture of choice.
The design experts at HGTV.com are loving the hot trend in plush rich velvets.
HGTV shows you how to bring an energetic glow to your home decor by using the color combo, turquoise and red.
HGTV.com inspires you how to add a little sparkle to your space.
HGTV.com hows you how to incorporate millennial pink and gray into your home decor!
Be inspired by designs that incorporate the black and white color palette seen on HGTV.com!
Check out the trendy Sage and Forest Green color palette on HGTV.com
Get inspired by these blue and white color combos for your space seen on HGTV.com.