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Finlay Street Contemporary Living Room, London

Contemporary living room in London. — Houzz

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Fire surround - What is the stone for the fire surround please
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Cathy Rebecca added this to How to Successfully Knock Through in a Period Property
Check whether the wall is structuralA common mistake people make is to assume that just because a wall sounds hollow, it’s not structural. ‘A structural wall is one that’s there for a purpose, either to support the walls on either side or the floor above it,’ explains Natalie. In a row of terraced houses, the wall between the living and dining room is often bracing the walls either side to keep them vertical. ‘These walls are almost always structural, even if they’re not carrying a load,’ says Hugo. ‘It’s a very dangerous misconception to assume that hollow means it’s OK to remove without the relevant precautions.’ Similarly, not all brick walls will be structural, so check with someone who knows what they’re doing.

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Caroline added this to Living Area
Lighting for floating shelves??
Gillian Curtis added this to living room
how our living room could look with the wall fully removed
Gillian Curtis added this to kitchen
how our living room could look once the internal wall is fully removed.
nadinekswartz added this to Kitchen Extension
Small thin ceiling height bookcases with wood shelf and lighting underneath
Zeinab Ozigi added this to Zeinab’s Dream
I like the idea of bespoke fitted shelves as well as a fireplace/ wood burner, in our snug but not this one.
NEWCASTLE PRESERVATION added this to philhutchie's ideas
shelving under base unit lighting

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