Chelsea HouseTransitional Living Room, London

The living room at the house in Chelsea with a bespoke fireplace surround designed by us and supplied and installed by Marble Hill Fireplaces with a gas stove from interfocos. George Sharman Photography

Inspiration for a medium sized classic formal living room in London with beige walls, a standard fireplace, no tv, a metal fireplace surround and carpet. —  Houzz
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Bren wrote:4 February 2016
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    Nash Baker Architects
    4 years ago

    Hi thanks for your question, the fireplace was a bespoke surround designed by us and supplied and installed by Marble Hill Fireplaces with a gas stove from interfocos

Dan Travers wrote:7 May 2015
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    Nash Baker Architects
    4 years ago

    Hi thanks for your question, the fireplace was a bespoke surround designed by us and supplied and installed by Marble Hill Fireplaces with a gas stove from interfocos

hwilliamson wrote:18 October 2014
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    Nash Baker Architects
    4 years ago

    Hi thanks for your question, the fireplace was a bespoke surround designed by us and supplied and installed by Marble Hill Fireplaces with a gas stove frominterfocos

jowoollacott wrote:11 November 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    parsonsgray
    Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to A Simple Guide to Reinstating Period Features in Your Home7 November 2017

    Warm up the fireplace If you’re reinstating the surround of an old fireplace, it’s important to think about the materials you go for. Do as our ancestors did and choose marble, stone or cast iron for principal rooms, and either wood or cast iron for secondary or private spaces, such as bedrooms. As a rule of thumb, you should avoid removing the fireplace in a reception room. This is because it adds a focal point to the room and creates valuable air circulation in an old house. If your disused fireplace is draughty, you can buy inflatable chimney balloons that you fit to the inside of the flue.

    joleevers
    Jo Leevers added this to Decorating: How to Group Mirrors Together For Impact24 May 2015

    Frame a chimneybreastThe alcoves on either side of a fireplace are the ideal place for a pair of decorative mirrors. Make sure you get the proportions right, like these grand, arched designs that frame perfectly the handsome fireplace and imposing artwork above it.

    cathyrebecca1
    Cathy Rebecca added this to Houzz Tours: Popular Houzz Tours of 201410 December 2014

    A period town house in ChelseaHouzzers were interested to see inside this Grade II listed building in Chelsea. The light, neutral colour scheme and elegant decor ensured this urban home felt airy and spacious.See more of this Georgian home

    jenniferebert
    Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to Houzz Tour: A Period House in Chelsea Gets a Sleek, Modern Update1 May 2014

    The living room is the most relaxed space in the house, with plump sofas and a slightly more traditional aesthetic kept on the contemporary side by the pale, neutral palette. The light-enhancing mirrors nod to the square Georgian window panes.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    jodiboat2001
    jodiboat2001 added this to 2419 LVD34 minutes ago

    i like the sleekness of the fireplace

    flyg105
    Donna Bradley added this to flyg105's ideas9 October 2020

    The silver metal around fireplace

    riven920
    Riven added this to Great Room Fireplace19 September 2020

    Like the steel/chrome fireplace

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