Interior design ideas required on old 1920s house in London

Olufemi Paul
6 years ago
last modified: 6 years ago

Images of the property can be found here - http://imgur.com/a/fq7Yb

I have recently completed on a 1920s period property in London and will like interior design ideas to transform the house into a conservative victorian period property.

I have compiled an ideasbook therefore I can share with those that are interested what I am looking to achieve but in summary here is what we are looking to do downstairs

1.Main entrance –
a.White wooden railing and dark oak banister
b.Central carpet on stairs with railing to hold carpet in place
c.Victorian (Black and white) tiled flooring
d.Remove the entrance radiator in order to create additional space
e.Walls will be painted off white to create an impact

2.First living room (W/ Chimney)
a.Create new failure place (Pine wood)
b.Shelving on either side of the chimney
c.Plantation blinds
d.Cast iron radiators where existing radiators are in the living room
e.DarkWood semi solid wooden floors
f.3 seater http://www.sofasofa.co.uk/chesterfield/chesterfield-3-seater-sofa.html
g.2 seater (Blue) http://www.sofasofa.co.uk/2-seater-sofas/grosvenor-2-seater-sofa.html
h.1 seater (Neutral accent)
i.Walls will be deep blue with white skirting

3.We will extend the property into the garden (4.5m) and create a new kitchen and dinning area
a.Kitchen will be traditional shaker style cabinets w/ island in the middle
b.Dinning areas will have a dinning table that will kit 10 people
c.Extension will have a 3 fold door that provide a perfect view into the garden

So what do you guys think of the house and ideas..

What are some of your ideas?

Please provide links if possible and we are very open to salvage or antique shopping

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