I have several pots of the pretty green ivy...all started from a single plant.
I tried putting things on BOTH walls, but it felt as if the walls would come tumbling down...
I am claustrophobic and the hall just seemed to close in on me so I removed everything on the left wall except for one, larger mirror. It serves to reflect the other little mirrors across from it...
Then I could breath again..:O)
It was a VERY dark and smothering hallway until we added the French door...since the hallway
doesn't go into a room, we didn't have to worry about privacy...
I NEED a larger, longer shelf in this entry (some of you suggested this very thing) but, for the time being, I added another small white shelf.
It will work until I can sweet talk Mr. Sweet into building another bigger, longer one with the most beautiful of corbels . (and also when Social Security gives us the raise we need!! Is THAT gonna happen..? I think NOT!)
I AM THANKFUL FOR MY.....
That's a very welcoming hallway. I think your hall is more typically British than the first pic. I've lived in three houses where the hall was similar to yours. That first pic, the front door reminds me of the one in The Vicar of Dibley - have you seen this tv programme?.
SUSAN for MET MONDAY
MARY for MOSAIC MONDAY
DIANE for 2ND TIME AROUND TUESDAY