Advantage Basements LondonVictorian Staircase, London

Chris Snook

Photo of a small victorian wood l-shaped staircase in London with wood risers. —  Houzz
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pugkeeperpugkeeper wrote:30 September 2014
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    Chris Snook
    7 years ago
    The carpet is quite thick, and has some bounce to it.. thats all i can offer
  • eswaby1967
    6 years ago
    Can you tell me where the carpet is from please?
eccab77Mrs M wrote:7 February 2015
    ariane1702Ariane Godfroy wrote:24 August 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      coralinteriors
      Coral Interiors added this to Styling: Where to Spend and Where to Save When Selling Your Home10 September 2015

      Create an uncluttered welcomeYour hallway sets the tone for your whole house, so it needs to be beautiful, inviting and, most importantly, uncluttered. Save Don’t make viewers squeeze past over-laden coat racks, piles of shoes and buggies. Stow everything away out of sight to show that your house has ample storage. Spend No need to splurge here at all. Simply dress a console table with a vase of flowers and ideally place a large mirror over it. Your buyers will soon start to imagine themselves living a serene, uncluttered life in your home and be excited to see how the rest of the house looks.Discover the secrets of decluttering

      joleevers
      Jo Leevers added this to Finding the Perfect Furniture Partner for Your Entrance25 June 2014

      Think thinMost Victorian and Edwardian hallways have very little space to play with, so it really pays to go super skinny with your furniture. This console has a large mirror above it, which makes it feel more substantial, yet it takes up very little room.

      jenniferebert
      Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to Smart Ideas for Maximising a Small Hallway27 April 2014

      Plan a mirror into your schemeStrategically placed mirrors are a great choice for small rooms, as they create the optical illusion of a bigger space, as well as boosting light. This mirror reflects a busy bookcase, visually widening the hallway.Browse 10 ways to work magic with mirrors

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