The tightest passage will be just three feet wide. That is the point of confinement on adequacy from a code standard. I truly feel that most lobbies ought to be no less than four feet wide and ideally five feet or more.
Expecting that we don’t have a high roof, I would not go up more than 36″ with wainscotting with a seat rail. Else, it may feel to some degree overpowering.
You could even have it electrically fixed up to sparkle a diminish light behind them with the goal that they look more like genuine windows. I would likely utilize pearly glass, be that as it may. It relies upon what’s on the opposite side. There likewise may be sufficient direct daylight.
We could add a soffit to make a kind of entryway. On the off chance that the corridor is just 3 feet wide, we can just stand to lose an inch or two on each side however no more to make the impact of preventing the eye from moving down a long, ceaseless scope of equality.