Croxted Road - DulwichScandinavian Living Room, London

Photo: Chris Snook © 2014 Houzz

This is an example of a scandi enclosed living room in London with a reading nook, grey walls, painted wood flooring and a standard fireplace. —  Houzz
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Jason Wyatt wrote:18 Dec 2014
  • G H
    Not sure about this precise rug but a Google search on geometric rugs should give you plenty of alternatives.
  • pgavey100

    It's a Designers Guild rug (Giuliano Graphite).

Rebecca Hare wrote:1 Nov 2016
    Darren Tsang wrote:30 Jun 2015
      Bauma wrote:6 Feb 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        susannahhutchison
        Susannah Hutchison added this to How to Make the Most of the Space Above a Door30 Jan 2018

        Let in more lightOn an external door, consider raising the glazing right up to the ceiling, with an extra window panel above the door frame. This allows as much light as possible to flood into the room, and also gives a bigger view of the outside world.It’s a trick that can sometimes work on internal doors, too, where a fully glazed door would be too much, but a sliver of extra light on one or both sides of the divide would be welcome.Fancy a big rug like this? Check out what’s for sale in the Houzz Shop

        amymaynard
        Amy Maynard Journalism & PR added this to 10 Quick and Easy Ways to Add Personality to Your Home19 Feb 2016

        Give your floor a hug with a rugShow your floor some love by laying down a bright and beautiful rug. A bold pattern in a duo of colours is particularly striking and will instantly add style any room.The internet offers lots of budget rug options and it’s often cheaper than carpeting a whole room. If you can’t decide on a design or find a rug large enough for your floor space, try buying a couple in contrasting patterns for a more daring look.

        luisarollenh
        Luisa Rollenhagen added this to My Houzz: A Classic Victorian House Gets a Bright and Airy Redesign22 Oct 2014

        The back living room is dedicated to music practice. The couple’s son plays the violin, and this space is where he hones his musical skills. The fireplace in here is never lit, but acts as a wood store for the active fireplace in the front living room.The large white wardrobe is also from the Crystal Palace Antiques centre. Beth and her partner painted it and gave it new handles, but the inlaid mirrors are still part of its original features. The rug, which really gives this room energy, came from Designers Guild.Wardrobe, Crystal Palace Antiques & Modern.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

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        Mr Twit added this to My ideas25 May 2019

        Matching painted wooden fire surround same as walls

        patricia_ellison35
        Patricia Ellison added this to Patricia's ideas24 Jan 2019

        maximise light by glazing above the doors

        odyssey31
        odyssey31 added this to Living Room Ideas28 Nov 2018

        Draped and color on bookcase & wall

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