Design ideas for an enclosed living room in Buckinghamshire.

Buckinghamshire Full House Refurbishment Living Room, Buckinghamshire

A modern bright living area used by adults and children.
Lots of great textures and colours to provide interest and inject some colour.
Picture shelf to showcase some fun prints.

Photography by Olly Gordon

Design ideas for an enclosed living room in Buckinghamshire. —  Houzz
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tracey1980 wrote:7 Jun 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Times Geometric Wallpaper Made a Room5 Feb 2018

Make them lookIn this room, a bold geometric wallpaper guarantees the sofa wall is a scene-stealer. Stopping short of the ceiling, it draws the eye to the picture shelf (which takes the place of the traditional picture rail) and its fun mix of typographic prints and artwork, as well as the reach-out-and-touch-me green velvet sofa below. Blue paint above the picture shelf and floor-length curtains, which both tone with the wallpaper, keep the scheme cohesive, while the spearmint colour of the seating is picked up in the display above.Here’s why we’re going nuts for velvet sofas

sallysmith64 added this to 9 Easy Tricks to Give Your Living Room Instant Character12 Dec 2016

Be creative You don’t have to spend a lot of money on expensive artwork to give your living room a boost. Simply display an eclectic mix of framed photographs, quotes and prints on a picture shelf. The gallery shelf here looks particularly dramatic with the geometric wallpaper beneath it.

Victoria Harrison added this to 11 Brilliant Ways to Use Wasted Space in the Living Room24 Nov 2016

Utilise the wall behind the sofaA slim shelf is a great way to use the often forgotten wall behind the sofa for displaying books, art or accessories. Run it right across the room for maximum impact, or you could even double up with a couple of picture ledges, one above the other, for twice the storage.

Bhavin Taylor Design added this to 10 Ways to Go Bold With Wallpaper14 Apr 2016

Put a spin on a feature wallWhy not take your feature wall to the next level? Use eye-catching wallpaper up to the height of a picture rail, then add a thin shelf on which to display your favourite artwork. Painting the wall above in a colour picked out from the paper will add more drama and create the perfect backdrop for your pictures.This technique can be used with many colour combinations, so let loose your imagination.

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HU-242256466 added this to webuser_242256466's ideas27 Mar 2019


istren added this to Идеи пользователя istren7 Mar 2019

Полка между двумя цветами обоев

jbschach added this to Inspiration1 Mar 2019

Would we ever do a 2-tone paint job?

Валентина added this to Фотоколлекция1 Mar 2019

два цвета стены разделены полкой

Olga added this to интересные приемы1 Mar 2019

Сочетание двухцветов обоев через полку

natasha_nm72 added this to обои25 Feb 2019

Тот же приём — сочетание двух цветов обоев — но уже не через молдинг, а через полку.

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