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Cheshire Barn Renovation & Extension Contemporary Living Room, Manchester

Images of one of our recent Barn Renovations and Extension in beautiful Cheshire,UK. This was the large Extension and Lounge/Living Room we created for our clients, complete with: Swiss Canterlevered Sky Frame Doors, M Design Gas Firebox, 65' 3D Plasma TV with surround sound, remote control Veluxes with automatic rain censors, Lutron Lighting, Indian Stone Tiles with underfloor Heating, beautiful bespoke wooden elements such as Ash Tree coffee table, Black Poplar waney edged LED lit shelving, Handmade large 3mx3m sofa and beautiful Interior Design with calming colour scheme. From initial Architectural Design, Planning Application, Building, Construction and Interior Designed, this Llama Development Lounge Extension is a beautiful addition to our happy Clients home.
Images by Andy Marshall Architectural & Interiors Photography.
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Inspiration for a contemporary open plan living room in Manchester with white walls and a ribbon fireplace. — Houzz

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jakelouis wrote:
Fireplace - Where is the fire from and what is the cost?
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jmckenna787
My fiancé sells this fire in his showroom.. I can't remember the name but I'm always admiring it. Here's their website.. http://thefireplacespecialist.co.uk should be on there. Hope that helps.
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BFM-Europe
Hi, We manufacture a fire very similar to this one in The Collection by Michael Miller. There is the Carmello HE, or the Glimpse. If you are interested in viewing one, visit our website to find a stockist and see photos! http://www.thecollectiongasfires.co.uk/
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jlisa36 wrote:
what type of doors are they? Byfold or patio?
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Llama Group

These are Swiss Skyframe Openings.

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anniedoherty wrote:
Floor - What is the stone floor you have used? It is stunning and exactly what I have spent the day trying to find! Many thanks.
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Brendan McFayden

I have seen this floor laid at Mandarin Stone I think its called Jaipur Brushed Limestone

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Jo Simmons added this to 10 Inspiring Ways to Work Scandi Style in Your Living Room
Go big on natural materialsWood, stone, slate and animal hides are staples of the Scandi look, and it pays to use them with confidence. Here, a barn conversion has a statement wall of logs, ready for the fire, and a dramatic floor laid with oversized stone slabs.
Cheryl Freedman added this to Decorating: 10 Cosy Ways To Add Winter Warmth to Your Home
Accessorise wiselyA tall stack of freshly cut logs, a hide rug and a luxurious faux-fur throw are easy ways to warm up a contemporary barn conversion. The sleek, modern fireplace in an otherwise plain wall adds further winter wow factor.
Sarah Alcroft added this to Trend Report: Wood is the Star Material at Tent London 2014
5 Eco designSustainably grown, locally sourced and hand-crafted are still important factors for many designers working with wood – and for homeowners looking to add a timber element to their interior. Spotted at TentSebastian Cox makes everything from wardrobes to candlesticks from coppiced hazel, bringing a ‘straight from the woods’ aesthetic indoors. Discover how to use natural wood to stunning effect
Lara Sargent added this to 9 of the Warmest Ways to Cosy Up Your Living Space
Warm up a modern roomOn the face of it, this light, bright and airy barn conversion shouldn’t be cosy at all. But the real fire, original timber beams, stash of sawn-off logs and soft hide transform it into the most welcoming of rooms. And when the snow starts to fall outside, what better place to take in the spectacular winter wonderland?
Jo Leevers added this to Decorating: How to Work the Scandi Palette of Wood and Monochrome
Stack ’em highThe soaring proportions of this space make a standout feature of a simple stack of logs. It’s a good reminder of the artistic merit of simple, organic shapes – here, they contrast pleasingly with white walls and grey marble. Even if you don’t have such heigh ceilings, this display could be recreated on a smaller scale – or cheat with a clever wallpaper or mural.
Jo Simmons added this to Colour: How to Team Natural Wood with Rich, Dark Grey
Take a rustic approachThis living space demonstrates the dark grey and wood combination in its rawest form. Stacked logs and a chunky ash coffee table bring the wood component, while the stone hearth delivers a swathe of moody grey.See more ideas for a modern rustic look
Jo Simmons added this to Decorating: Five Essential Pieces for Classic Scandi Style
Seek a hideAnimal hides and skins bring a touch of the fir forest in and help to warm up a monochrome scheme. Use them as rugs or throws to introduce a pinch of Scandi style and soften up even the most contemporary, minimal space.

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