Family House East DulwichContemporary Living Room, London

Ignas Jermosenka

Design ideas for a contemporary open plan living room in London with grey walls, a reading nook, medium hardwood flooring and a standard fireplace. —  Houzz
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andykakou wrote:7 May 2017
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    3 years ago

    Hi Andy,

    That looks to be oiled oak parquet blocks, can't quite tell if it's engineered or solid, however if you are interested we also supply this floor, it comes unfinished and requires a hard wax natural clear oil to protect and seal it, resulting in the above colour finish.

    Solid Block Parquet

    Please feel free to have a look.
    We are the direct importers of this product.

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    Floor Monster
    3 years ago

    Hi there,

    we have a board in stock that is very similar to the flooring in the picture.

    It looks like our Smooth Herringbone

    If this is something of interest we would be more than happy to send you out a FREE sample. We would encourage you to get in contact if you have any queries. You can call us on 0141 887 5698 or you can drop us an email:

    Kind Regards,

    Floor Monster

Anthony Hilder wrote:9 December 2018
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    Imperfect Interiors
    last year

    They are from

fullerml wrote:13 November 2016
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    Imperfect Interiors
    3 years ago

    It is Designers Guild Brera Lino linen

phillbradley wrote:29 September 2019

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Revive Your Space added this to 3 Super Decluttering Jobs You Can Achieve in 60 Minutes22 March 2017

    Assess the layoutOnce you’ve removed day-to-day mess from your living room, you should have a clear walkway that will save you having to hop over obstacles. Allocate storage for items that have to stay, such as magazines, favourite toys and remote controls, to help you limit what you have in the room and enable you to find things easily. To create a sense of order in the rest of the room, try to introduce symmetrical elements, such as pairs of candles and standard lamps.

    Amanda Pollard added this to Houzz Tour: Midcentury Design Adds Style to a Victorian Family Home31 October 2016

    At the far end of the family zone is a comfortable sofa where the kids can watch TV. Dadswell chose grey for the wall to give it a contemporary feel, but ensured it was a light enough hue to keep the space bright.Lime green Roman blinds and bright cushions continue the midcentury colour scheme.Sofa, Pendant lights, Quirk. Armchair, Swoon Editions. Roman blind fabric, Designers Guild. Bespoke sheer fixed panels, Village Blinds.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Elena Kane added this to elena_kane's Ideas10 August 2020

    Light shades, mirror, blind, flooring

    Angela McGuinness added this to Basement9 March 2020

    Blind Designers Guild Bera Lino Lines

    Aaron Sharp added this to General Commentary15 February 2020

    Like this - cozy with neutral walls and some bright colors, not trying too hard

    Midcen Tury-Modern added this to Living room lookbook10 November 2019

    I like the parquet floor here and light walls, though a bit cool in tone for my liking. I like all the individual colours - turquoise, fresh lime/olive green, flashes of red and mustard. I'm less sure that the blinds work for me and I'm not confident about blending/pulling different prints, patterns and textures together...

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