Photo of a large contemporary formal living room in London with a two-sided fireplace and a stone fireplace surround.

East Sussex RenovationContemporary Living Room, London

Photo of a large contemporary formal living room in London with a two-sided fireplace and a stone fireplace surround. —  Houzz
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leniaa4 wrote:29 Aug 2014
  • Bharti Khetani

    Hi Tillman can you please guide me to who can help me get more info on the sofa?

    Greatly appreciate it

    Bharti

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tseale wrote:30 Dec 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    smwarwick
    Sarah Warwick added this to Here’s Why We’re Going Nuts for Velvet Sofas19 Dec 2017

    Make room for a crowdIn a room that’s filled with horizontals and verticals, this generous velvet sofa introduces a gentler, curvaceous line that emphasises its comfort. Rich colour differentiates it from the neutral surrounds as well.A rug anchors the seating area here, a strategy worth adopting if you’re planning a scheme for a large or lofty room.How to choose the right rug for your space

    cherylfreedman
    Cheryl Freedman added this to Forget Open-plan – Explore the New Trend for ‘Broken-plan’ Living17 Jan 2016

    Be creativeThink creatively about ways to break up a space. In this modern property, the tall chimney breast effectively interrupts the long living space and helps each room to retain a sense of privacy, while simultaneously allowing a sneaky view along the length of the space either side.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    kelly_smith20
    S. Loughman added this to kelly_smith20's Ideas14 May 2019

    Use chimney wall to break up long room and add mystery and light to what is beyond

    zeeni0423
    J J added this to living room15 Feb 2019

    sliding door to divide space when it is needed ,but keep it open

    lganes
    lganes added this to Farmhouse fireplace15 Feb 2019

    Like this grey and lighter toned stonework. Classic shape and texture too.

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