Traditional living room in London.

Chelsea houseTransitional Living Room, London

Hélène Dabrowski Interiors
Photo by Helen Jermyn

Traditional living room in London. —  Houzz
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Cheryl Freedman added this to 12 Ways to Make Your Flat Feel Like It Has a Garden21 Feb 2017

Frame a doorway…Create the impression of a tropical paradise outside a doorway by placing large potted plants just beyond the frame. The result: a tantalising glimpse of foliage, even if the door only leads to your hall, bathroom or a narrow outdoor space.

Jo Leevers added this to Fun Houzz: No pet? No problem. Faux Dogs and Pets That Add Woof Factor2 Feb 2015

Go with the colour flowHooked on a rich shade, such as purple? No problem – if you go for a faux pet, it can be totally coordinated with your scheme. And if you update with a brighter pastel, not a problem – just check which other shades your furry statuette comes in first.

Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Decorating: Use Full-sized Furniture to Make a Small Space Feel Larger28 Jan 2015

Narrow rooms In a very tight tunnel-shaped room, rather than breaking the space into multiple micro-zones, embrace the length and fit in one full-size sofa. When you’re watching TV or reading a book, you won’t mind that the sofa faces a wall (while you stretch out and appreciate the extra lounging space), and when simply passing through, you will notice that the space looks extra long.

Jo Simmons added this to How to Work With an Awkwardly Shaped Living Room13 May 2014

Think thinIn a narrow living space, choose slimline, non-fussy furniture. A blind with vertical stripes over the door and a skylight above help draw the eye up, increasing the feeling of height and making the room feel more airy.

Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to Small Space Living: Inventive Ways to Big Up a Compact Living Room31 Mar 2014

Elevate the TVAsk yourself, can I mount my TV on the wall? If you can, you’ll be able to do away with a bulky TV unit, which will instantly free up floor space. Here, a sideboard provides storage space for DVDs and devices, but these could easily be stacked on shelves to open up the space further.Check out these top tips for positioning your TV

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Tonya Morgan added this to My ideas12 May 2019

Long narrow living room furniture placement

nancyoshea2 added this to nancyoshea2's ideas28 Apr 2019

Narrowbplan, low bookshelves, TV area

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