Glenshaw Mansions, West Hampsted, LondonContemporary Living Room, London

Contemporary living room in London. —  Houzz
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foxhalw6foxhalw6 wrote:25 April 2016
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    FinditBee Sourcing
    5 years ago

    Hi - If it helps at all, we would be delighted to source something similar for you if you're still having trouble. Do you have any idea on dimensions you're looking for?

    Hope this helps.


  • f_langer
    5 years ago

    I love those tiles, could you please tell me where there are from. Thanks

vinniehudvinniehud wrote:14 May 2017
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    ProHome Construction ltd
    3 years ago

    Hi there, sorry for late reply. Please ask rise design studios for details. We have manufactured but the design was theirs.

jill_anselljill_ansell wrote:6 January 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Feioi added this to 10 Basic Design Rules to Learn Off By Heart30 January 2017

    Make a planPreparation is key to interior design. Before you do anything, start formulating a plan for where everything will go and how it will look. This is so much better than trying to design as you go along, as you’ll have the time and clarity of mind to properly consider all the options and make informed decisions. Designing on the fly adds an unnecessary element of pressure to the situation and, with part of the work already underway, you may be restricting your options.Consider everything from your layout, colour schemes, electrics, plumbing and storage all the way down to minor details, such as decorative accessories and furnishings. That way, you’ll have a clear idea of how your finished room will look, which will help you focus your mind.

    Feioi added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Managing an Interior Design Project19 February 2016

    Become a serial list-writerThis is important – writing lists is key when it comes to project management. It’s the only way to properly organise your thoughts and prevent any details from being forgotten. The most important list is your ‘specification of works’. This is basically a detailed list of everything to be done, from start to finish. If you’re dealing with one main builder who’s organising all the work, then you’ll need to make sure he or she is given a copy, so the brief is clear and all the information is provided. Also, having a detailed specification makes it easier if you want to obtain multiple quotes, and you’ll know it’s a fair comparison, as all the builders will be quoting using the same brief. Check out expert advice on how to see the potential in a neglected property

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Ash Alleyne added this to living room11 April 2021

    exposed beams, sort of industrial feel without the exposed brick and pipes

    Mrs T Gill added this to Kitchen27 August 2020

    Light and bright, but avoids being too clinical with plants, natural wood and dark touches

    Louise Bown added this to Living Room17 August 2020

    Opening between living room and kitchen

    DLP added this to Living Room2 August 2020

    Everything. Living and dining room colours table and lighting

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