A colourful London homeContemporary Bedroom, London

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lucysmouha wrote:20 Mar 2014
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    Where you able to get a response for any of your question?


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susiecomish wrote:26 May 2016
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    Turner Pocock

    hi, these were from Vaughan.

njmarsh wrote:30 Mar 2016
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    Turner Pocock

    hi, they are from Chelsea Textiles.

isabelle75012 wrote:19 Apr 2015
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    Turner Pocock

    hi Isabelle, this is an ottoman custom made by Ben Whistler. price on application.

Inside Design wrote:20 Jan 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    clare_zerny
    Clare Zerny added this to Renovation Diary: How do we Create a Restful Bedroom?19 Mar 2018

    Another plus about a major renovation such as this is that you can decide where you want every socket and light to be, avoiding the need to run annoying extension leads everywhere.So rather than buying a couple of bedside table lamps, I’m sold on the idea of having wall lights instead, as pictured in this lovely bedroom. They not only save space, we can also add dimmer switches for whatever different light we individually require.

    sophiebaylis
    Sophie Baylis added this to How to Find the Perfect New Bed for Your Bedroom9 Jan 2015

    Go bigChoosing a larger bed means your partner’s movements are less likely to disturb you during the night. At the very least, you should be able to lie side by side, with your arms behind your head and your elbows out, without touching. In terms of length, your bed should be between 10cm and 15cm longer than the tallest person.

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