How narrow can a corridor be?
People also ask, how narrow can a hallway be?
Hallways are no exception. I would never build a hallway that's just 36 inches wide. The bare minimum width, in my opinion, is 42 inches. Four feet wide would be ideal.
Subsequently, question is, how narrow can a doorway be? Called a 6/6 door, it's reserved for closet and utility doors. Standard interior door width is 32 inches. This is the minimum width required for a passage door. You may also find a few narrower doors in stock, including 30 inches, 28 inches, and 24 inches.
In this way, how do you make a narrow hallway look wider?
Turns out there are some easy fixes to transform a narrow hallway into a warm, light, and inviting space.
- Use mirrors. credit: Gordon Duffinton.
- Incorporate cubbies. credit: Decorpad.
- Illuminate the space.
- Paint the walls.
- Add color to your trim.
- Incorporate molding.
- Add artwork.
- Install recessed shelving.
What width should a hallway be?
The bare minimum width, in my opinion, a hallway should be is 42 inches. Four feet wide would be ideal.