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HOUSE NO. 7 Isle of Tiree, ScotlandContemporary Dining Room, London

Inspiration for a medium sized contemporary open plan dining room in London with white walls, light hardwood flooring and a wood burning stove. —  Houzz
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      Jo Simmons added this to How to Choose an Architect1 April 2022

      Is it vital to ‘click’ with your architect?“Definitely,” Brian says. “That’s probably the most important thing of all. You’ll be seeing a lot of them over the course of the preparation, design and construction stages of a project. In many cases, this will be more than a year in your life, so it’s crucial there’s a meeting of minds, and that mutual trust can develop.”“I would say the most important thing is trust and whether you can see yourself working with this person for several months, if not a year,” Michael says. “Ask them questions and speak to their previous clients if you feel you need more convincing. More than anything, see if you like talking to them. If yes and their fee is not unreasonable, go for it!”

      Sophie Baylis added this to Ask an Expert: How to Choose and Install a Wood-burning Stove26 November 2015

      Why a wood-burning stove?Why not?! Wood-burners not only look fabulous, they have plenty of practical benefits, too. ‘They provide a great deal of heat for relatively little cost, and are highly efficient in comparison to open fires,’ says Oliver Neal of Hot Box Stoves. ‘Plus, they will provide heat even if there’s a break in the power supply.’ For the most part, wood-burning stoves are environmentally friendly. However, make sure your wood supplier is committed to replanting the trees harvested and source locally to reduce your carbon footprint. Get more ideas for wood-burning stoves

      Jo Simmons added this to Houzz Tour: An Award-winning Island Home in the Inner Hebrides28 January 2015

      In contrast to the robust, slightly agricultural feel of the exterior, the inside of the living house is light and airy. Tiree benefits from long daylight hours and plenty of sunshine in the summer months, so numerous windows were installed to make the most of this, but they were positioned at various heights to avoid overlooking a near neighbour. 1006 Navy chair, Emeco. Dining table, Green Oak Furniture

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