There are different types of corridors, short and narrow, short and wide, narrow and long, long and wide, with windows and without them, with high ceilings, etc. But all have their grace if it hits the decoration.
According to the interior designers, their structure will show us what they dominate "the soul" from the hall. Once discovered, we must know how to highlight it and choose the most appropriate elements to make the most of the space without breaking the harmony of the decorative set of the home.
Narrow and narrow corridor: If you have many doors, a good solution to take advantage of the space can be to place cabinets between doors and doors.
Short and wide corridors: The best way to make the most of the space, including the corners between the doors, is to place triangular, rectangular or square base pieces for porcelain tableware or decorative objects.
Narrow and long corridors: It is convenient to break the horizontal line. If you want to visually shorten it, you can do it by using a different pavement in the bottom part, so that two optimally different zones are created.
Long and wide corridors: They can be converted into a library. If the angles have free spaces of more than 50 centimeters, they can be taken advantage of by forcing them and leaving the sunsets fully embedded.
Long, wide corridors with windows: In these cases, imagination and the ability to break molds count a lot. When the structure of the corridor meets these conditions, you have multiple possibilities to take advantage of spaces.
Hallways with high ceiling: In these cases it is advisable to lower the roof to a reasonable height. The connection between the roof and walls should be made by a perimetral recess of the ceiling or by placing plaster moldings.