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A corridor or a passageway in a house, hotel, office, institutional or commercial building.

What does it mean when you dream about a hallway?

Hallways often symbolize the unconscious passageways through which people travel to either life or death. They also represent a new level of consciousness or a new experience, as well as a journey into the unknown. (See also Corridor).


A corridor; a passageway.
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Even tiny hallways can make a statement with a little creative thinking.
DON'T overlook your hallway - it's the first room people see when they walk into a home so its decor, or lack there of, can speak volumes.
THE entrance hallway is one of the busiest areas of the house and commonly the main thoroughfare, so subject to a fair a mount of wear and tear.
The sense of an old hacienda is back, with arched hallways, massive ceiling beams, a spiral staircase with wrought-iron railing and a sunken garden.
WALLS WALL areas in hallways are normally vast, so it is a good idea to divide the walls into two horizontally in order to lead the eye through to the end of the hallway space.
The system traces each resident individually to their precise location--net just their room, but hallways, bathrooms and common areas too.
Webcams patrol the hallways and parking lots at Mississippi's Canton High School, and are being installed in classrooms this fall.
Here one saw the corridors of the title, a series of office hallways where the displaced artworks had formerly hung.
Designed by hospital safety experts for use by hospital personnel, the WheelChair Mover(R) fits all standard wheelchair sizes and models in any healthcare facility, easily transporting patients safely and securely around hallways, in elevators, and up and down ramps while reducing potential injury or physical strain to the caregiver.
EVERYONE knows how important it is to make a great entrance, so I can never get my head around houses with bland and boring hallways.
WHEN it comes to decorating, hallways are often neglected compared to other rooms in the home.