Hallways, Corridors, and Staircases Houses and apartments have traditionally been seen as a series of rooms-but, when it comes to interior design, there is a great deal more to be considered. For example, the entrance hall is the introduction to everything that follows, making it crucial in setting the scene. Corridors and landings may have been built to give access to the main spaces, but they offer wonderful opportunities for storage and display. The stairs, too, are important since they are the single element that holds a house together, floor by floor. Hallways, Corridors, and Staircases is packed with exciting and inspirational ideas about how to develop the potential of these often unconsidered spaces. Leading interiors writer Leslie Geddes-Brown shares her knowledge and experience in the first book to explore in depth this absorbing subject.