The apartment-style hallway offers a first glimpse of a home where a busy urban lifestyle is reflected in its pared-down, stylish decoration. Planned with creative flair, the furniture is streamlined, the storage practical, and the color scheme distinctive. Utilizing space in a visually pleasing and innovative way is a priority. Hallways can be small and narrow, or airy and open plan, with boundaries between the hall and the living or work areas not traditionally defined.
Check your smoke alarms. Depending on the age of the building, smoking alarms may be required inside each unit, outside in the hallway, or inside the sleeping area itself. Check the batteries frequently and replace them as needed, at least once per year. Know the locations of fire extinguishers. An apartment is required to have a fire extinguisher inside each unit or down the hallway within a certain distance of each room.