A colourful London homeEclectic Living Room, London

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Michy wrote:14 Aug 2015
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    Turner Pocock

    hi, the artwork is by Natasha Law titled, "Hands in Pockets".

Ocean Rover wrote:13 Aug 2015
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    Turner Pocock

    hi, the fireplace is stone and it came with the house. you can find similar ones from Chesney's.

Emma Sowerby-Cross wrote:2 Nov 2014
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    Curved glass fire screen from Tudor Rose Antiques and Interiors (called MORGAN) tudor-rose-antiques.co.uk £125
    The Forge at Wells - theforgeatwells.co.uk £264.75 + £34 delivery
    Coalfire Grates Fireplace Accessories - coalfiregrates.co.uk available in three sizes from £190-£210
    Stovax glass curved firescreen from BHL.co.uk available in three sizes from £86.77 exc. VAT
    Curved glass firescreen from Chesney's - Chesney's.co.uk £525 exc. VAT
    Hope this has helped
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louistheo wrote:7 Sep 2014

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    cherylfreedman
    Cheryl Freedman added this to 8 Ways To Make It Look As If You’ve Spring Cleaned2 Apr 2018

    Tidy your bookshelvesClutter can often make a room appear grubbier than it is. So if your shelves are looking distinctly messy, it may be time to employ some vigorous tidying strategies. Line up book spines, ensure stacks are orderly, and remove any stray papers, toys or magazines that have inadvertently been shoved in. The result: a room that looks cleaner, even if it isn’t actually cleaner.Browse a range of bookcases in the Houzz Shop

    jenniferspaeth16
    Jennifer Spaeth added this to Why Your Room Needs an Oversized Rug27 Oct 2017

    Let luxe ruleThe sheer scale of a large rug will instantly bring a sense of decadence to a space. And, as this lovely living room proves, an oversized rug shouldn’t be restricted to big areas. In fact, where a small rug might make a room feel choppy and therefore small, a large design will have the opposite effect. And just think how a rug like this will protect you from floorboard draughts over the winter. Bliss.

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to Smart Ways to Store and Display Your TV15 Aug 2017

    Tone it inCan you spot the TV? It’s been positioned in a larger recess of the existing alcove shelving. To prevent it from impinging on the design of the space, the owners have cleverly camouflaged it. The shelves have been painted black so that the screen merges into its background and doesn’t distract from the rest of the room. Simple and effective.How have you stored your television? Share in the Comments section.

    riseart
    Rise Art added this to The Dos and Don’ts of Hanging Art Above a Fireplace28 Jul 2016

    Don’t be afraid to pick a vibrant pieceA large, colourful statement artwork is the perfect partner for a more subdued fireplace, since it has no colours with which to compete or coordinate.This space is also an example of a more eclectic interior. Compare it with the previous room and its comprehensive coordination: here, the artwork doesn’t tie in in the same way, and the space has a far more bohemian feel as a result.That said, the white in the artwork links to whites around the room, which helps to tie things together, but it’s the artwork, not the fireplace, that’s the star of the show.Styling a vibrant statement piece with a black fireplace? Try using a black frame to harness the artwork and boost the character of the fireplace.Like how the TV is blended into this room? Check out more ways to disguise your screen

    amymaynard
    Amy Maynard Journalism & PR added this to 10 Living Rooms That Don’t Revolve Around the TV15 Jun 2016

    Cleverly camouflage your tellyRather than not having a TV in your sitting room at all, you could shift the focus, as shown here – at first glance, it’s difficult to locate the screen. Investigate pre-made shelving units you can paint black, or have bespoke dark shelving fitted to accommodate your screen and watch it blend into the background. If you prefer your walls to be light, check out the various coloured televisions now available on the market, such the Bouroullec brothers’ Serif design, and see which you could potentially match to your favoured paint shade.

    michelelongoni
    Michele Longoni Interiors added this to Decorating: Inspiring Ways to Add Colour to a Grey Scheme16 Sep 2015

    Get eclecticWhile grey can provide the perfect backdrop to highlight one accent colour, there’s no reason why you have to stop there. If you fancy more of a mixture, go right ahead. As you can see with this artistic living room, variety really can be the spice of life.

    meerafinnes
    Meera Innes added this to Living Rooms: How to Do Bohemian, Eclectic Interiors Minus the Chaos28 Jun 2015

    Go big or go homeIf you love prints, why stop at one? There is so much going on here, from the contrast of the sofa against the rug to the in-your-face artwork and a bursting library, but it works thanks to the solid background colour of the bookcases and the muted walls.

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