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Chelsea house Transitional Living Room, London

Hélène Dabrowski Interiors
Photo by Helen Jermyn
Traditional living room in London. — Houzz

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joshbosh9168 wrote:
Where are the devices e.g. DVD, Sky box etc? - If they are in the unit underneath how do they function using the remote controls?
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Helene Dabrowski Interiors
The devices are hidden in the cupboard and work remotely with a magic eye
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blueiscool_ct wrote:
name? - what is the name of the sofa and tv console
neelraval wrote:
Living room diemensions - Hi, I am doing a extension and will have a narrow living room, could you tell me how wide your room is, so I know weather I can do what you have done. Thanks Neel

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