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Simon Maxwell

Photo of a contemporary dining room in London with concrete flooring. —  Houzz
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stemorrellstemorrell wrote:18 February 2015
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    Casey & Fox
    7 years ago
    Hi Steve,

    That's a question for a builder I'm afraid, They would supply the materials and the labour. Print off the pic and show your builder and ask him to quote you for some thing similar.

    Kind regards,

    SC
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    Poised to Move
    7 years ago
    A well piced option would be faux brick panels. Brick work panels can be really convincing and most of the brick walls you see in pubs, restraurants and bars are in fact faux panels. An advantage is that panels have a much shallower depth than real brick, come in a variety of colours and the surfaces come ready finished so don't need sealing. I recommend you have a look at Faux Brickwork http://www.fauxbrickwork.com/ where you can order samples before placing an order. The panels can be installed by your builder or Faux Brickwork can send along their own fitters. Hope this helps and good luck with your project.
1conn1conn wrote:15 February 2015
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    Casey & Fox
    7 years ago
    Hi there, I'm really sorry, this was some time ago and I've not been able to get hold of the builder to ask him. You could always try printing out this image and showing you builder....or local builders merchant and ask them.

    I'm sorry I've not been able to be helpful on this this occasion.

    SC
chrisfoss100Christian Foss wrote:19 October 2014
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    Casey & Fox
    7 years ago
    This was a few years ago, however I believe you might be able to find similar tables from Metro Retro. ( http://www.metroretro.co.uk/)

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Sarah Warwick added this to Is Rose Gold the Metallic Tone of the Year?20 December 2017

Show off a spectrumRose gold doesn’t need to sit alone. Mix it with other metallics, as in this group of pendant lights, and you can appreciate the qualities of each of the metals against the others. Changing only the finish on the same style of shade will make the grouping cohesive, while an odd-numbered set (here three, but it could be five if the shades were smaller) is an interior designer’s trusted strategy.Check out pendant lighting in the Houzz Shop

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Cathy Rebecca added this to Styling: 9 Tricks to Boost Your Home’s Appeal for Less Than £50030 April 2015

Revitalise your pendant lightingYou don’t have to tear the whole house apart to revitalise your lighting. Existing fittings can easily be updated (by a qualified electrician) with creative and fun alternatives. So get rid of those boring white ceiling pendants and create a real impression with a smart design, such as this metallic trio by Tom Dixon.See what to consider before hanging pendant lights

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Lara Sargent added this to Trends: 10 Ways To Go For Gold in 20155 January 2015

Try a mix of metallicsIf you can’t make your mind up about metallics, then why not go for a combination of copper, silver and gold. This trio of shiny pendant lights creates a striking line-up and injects just a teeny hint of glamour to the bare brick walls and timber furniture.

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Jo Simmons added this to Styling: Why Three is the Magic Number21 November 2014

Hang three lampsA trio of pendant lights looks both practical and stylish. Ideally, hang them over a surface (three pendants hanging in the middle of an empty room might look rather lost). Suspending them over a kitchen worktop or island is a popular route, or try hanging them over a dining table, as here.See a selection of perfect pendant lights

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Bharti D'Souza added this to back room21 April 2022

Exposed brick with light/ grey floors

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matthewjholmes added this to Boundaries Rd Idea book - Kitchen12 April 2021

Large dining space with character

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light fixtures love the metal colours, Im liking this idea for the island maybe?

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