Barn Lounge with Log StackContemporary Living Room, Cheshire

The large Lounge/Living Room extension on a total Barn Renovation in collaboration with Llama Property Developments. Complete with: Swiss Canterlevered Sky Frame Doors, M Design Gas Firebox, 65' 3D Plasma TV with surround sound, remote control Veluxes with automatic rain censors, Lutron Lighting, & Crestron Home Automation. Indian Stone Tiles with underfloor Heating, beautiful bespoke wooden elements such as Ash Tree coffee table, Black Poplar waney edged LED lit shelving, Handmade large 3mx3m sofa and beautiful Interior Design with calming colour scheme throughout.
This project has won 4 Awards.
Images by Andy Marshall Architectural & Interiors Photography.

Design ideas for a large contemporary formal living room in Cheshire with white walls, limestone flooring, a ribbon fireplace and a plastered fireplace surround. —  Houzz
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fureywalker wrote:11 September 2018
  • fureywalker
    2 years ago

    could you give me an indication of price - how much did this one cost?

    thank you so much for getting back so promptly too!!

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    Janey Butler Interiors
    2 years ago

    Yes of course, the cost of this sofa was £10,000. The cost is dependent on size, fabric choice and location. Please do contact us at the Design Studio if you require more information. +44 01625 861935.

kajaldey wrote:29 January 2015
  • Matthew Decorator
    5 years ago
    Bright feature wall colour perhaps and keep everything else white
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    Studio Schubert
    2 years ago

    Love the built in log store for the fire, it makes such focal point in the room whilst maintaining the understated look!

    Love the complimenting tones and the mix of the old wood and contemporary slate/tiles!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Smart Ideas for Living Room Side Tables14 March 2017

Go back to natureBring an earthy feel into your living space by using a tree trunk as a side table. This one has been beautifully restored to form a smooth surface. It warms up the grey colour scheme and ties in with the exposed beams above.

Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Home Items That Will (Almost) Change Your Life28 February 2017

Light a fire in a flashGlowing flames give a home an instant cosy feel, and nothing beats relaxing near a roaring fire on a chilly day. The only downside is the whole rigmarole of lighting one – buying the logs, storing them, lighting the fire and then remembering to put it out at bedtime, not to mention the mess. You could ditch all this though and invest in a gas fire instead. There are plenty of stylish versions on the market that will give you all the benefits of a real fire without any of the faff.

Kingston Lafferty Design added this to 11 Easy Ways to Work Grey into Your Living Room2 November 2016

Create an optical illusionComing up with a decorating scheme for an open-plan, double-height space can feel like a major challenge. In this bright, white room, the owners have added interest and complemented the slate flooring by painting one corner in grey. The subtle shade adds depth and breaks up the space, while the timber beams bring warmth and help to lower the ceiling for a cosier feel.Need inspiration? Take a look at these stylish grey living rooms

What Houzz users are commenting on:

kelly2396 added this to Kitchen4 September 2020

Tree coffee table and accent logs in drywall alcove

mala10 added this to 2nd meeting with Joe1 September 2020

another look for the wood beams in family room with ceiling windows

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