Edwardian House, South West LondonContemporary Living Room, London

David Giles

Contemporary living room in London with a music area, beige walls, carpet, a standard fireplace and no tv. —  Houzz
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Nate218 wrote:14 Oct 2014
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    Rebecca Hayes Interiors
    Hi. The desk is from Case Furniture
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    Ruark Audio

    Hi Rebecca, I have seen you have used the Ruark R4i in this room!

everillbb wrote:3 Mar 2017
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    The London Craftsman
    Hello Everillbb,

    We can make Floating shelves that can hold lots of weight.
    Please PM us if you would like a price.

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lynnemills wrote:20 Sep 2014
madamemaison wrote:27 Apr 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    alicehumphrys
    Alice Humphrys {Interiors Journalist} added this to 9 Cost-effective Ways to Warm Up Your Home This Winter30 Oct 2017

    Don’t lose heat up the chimneyYou can lose a lot of heat through an unused open fireplace. If yours is purely decorative, consider using a chimney balloon to keep warm air in and cold air out. These work by effectively blocking the chimney. They’re designed to inflate and push against all four walls, holding themselves firmly in place. They come with a small vent, which will allow for a little air flow, so your chimney can still ‘breathe’. And if you do wish to use your fireplace at a later date, your balloon can easily be removed.

    smwarwick
    Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Ways to Give Your Living Room a Summery Feel4 Aug 2017

    Swap in mirrorsThe chimney breast is a natural focal point for a living room scheme. In this room, mirrors above the fireplace take the place of a large canvas to brighten the space by bouncing daylight into the room rather than absorbing it. A group looks less formal than a single mirror and an odd number’s a charm for a pleasing arrangement.

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to How to Talk to Your Client About Budget Without Feeling Awkward13 Jun 2017

    Give a quote and be flexibleDon’t assume that a high quote will scare a potential customer away. An informed client won’t necessarily go for the lower price, as they’ll probably appreciate the costs involved in quality workmanship. Give a price range for the potential client to work from. This will allow you to be flexible.“The key to a profitable business is to be adaptable to the consumer’s needs, which does mean you need to be flexible with your pricing,” explains Karpenko. “If we can beat a competitor’s quote and still be profitable then we will do it. You always need to find a golden middle with your client.”Find out how to help your client stick to their budget

    susannahhutchison
    Susannah Hutchison added this to How to Deal With an Awkwardly-shaped Living Room26 May 2017

    Use an alcoveA fireplace is an amazing feature, but in a compact room it can limit the amount of wall space you have to position furniture against. Instead of opting for just shelving in the alcoves either side of the chimney breast, go one step further with a desk. Choose the same wood as other furniture in the room – here the coffee table – and pick a design with drawers so any work in progress can be tidied away.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    sianskerritt
    sianskerritt added this to Living Room Designs16 Oct 2019

    Fireplace similar to our design, rest of the room is still modern

    elsa_thieve_
    Elsa added this to Murs15 Sep 2019

    Papier peint tout doux et discret

    stephen_correia53
    Stephen Correia added this to interior12 Sep 2019

    could old sitting room be office space on right of fire?

    taraheir
    Tara added this to Study Nook Styling8 Jul 2019

    Maybe if you had a fireplace would you change the study book location so it was enclosed??

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