Fulham townhouse Transitional Living Room, London
Design ideas for a traditional living room in London. — Houzz
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The drawing room, at the front of the house, is Juliette’s space, while the open-plan living and dining area at the back is more her daughters’ domain. The drawing room has a decidedly tranquil feel. The portrait of the Tibetan prayer boy is one of a pair, and reminds Juliette of her travels. ‘They are calm and peaceful photographs,’ she says.Photograph, Trowbridge Gallery. Rug, The Rug Company. Vintage C Jeré/Artisan House 1960s wall sculpture, Talisman. Stool, found in a shop in LA. Sofa, vintage, but find similar at Brissi.
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Decide whether you want to work with an architectWorking with an architect isn’t entirely necessary for a simple knock-through, although working with an architect might help to prevent things going awry later on. ‘If you’re having it done properly, things like whether or not the floors are level will come out in the design process, which will help to give people an accurate idea of budget and time frame,’ explains Hugo Tugman. Working with an architect from the early design stages might also help you to make use of the space in ways you wouldn’t initially have envisaged.