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Hyde Park ApartmentContemporary Living Room, London

Design ideas for a large contemporary open plan living room in London with grey walls, dark hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace surround. —  Houzz
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holland316holland316 wrote:25 October 2014
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    Violet & George
    7 years ago
    It is by Alec Monopoly
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    Cubit by Mymito
    7 years ago
    Cubit isnow on Houzz, you can tag your great Cubit shelving! goo.gl/AGmN9m
pippa5pippa5 wrote:11 March 2015
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    7 years ago
    Hi many thanks, the one above the mickey painting
    best wishes
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    Violet & George
    7 years ago
    It is from Roll and Hill in the US
mark_pallmark pall wrote:10 July 2018
  • mark pall
    3 years ago

    right of the chimney breast, wise diamond , top left beside colour boxes, pretty peacock , in another picture of the boxes shelves to the right . its called jewel creek 4 ? what is the actual colour of the chimney breast and the room ?, as I would like to use that colour for the walls in my living room

riseartRise Art wrote:10 September 2015
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    Violet & George
    6 years ago

    Thanks!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Amanda Pollard added this to Could I Create a Mezzanine in My Home?25 March 2019

Know your measurements Not every space suits a mezzanine, so you’ll need to measure carefully. “Generally, mezzanine levels are located either within the roof space or in a room with oversized head height,” James Hood says. “As a rule of thumb, you’ll need a minimum of 2.2m under the mezzanine platform, plus a floor thickness of 250mm, and a minimum of 1.6m to 1.8m to the top of the mezzanine itself,” he says.When it comes to regulations, Michael Schienke explains: “No Planning Permission is needed for a mezzanine, unless you intend to extend your property externally.” However, any work must adhere to Building Regulations. “It’s important to check with your designer, architect, engineer or local building control department to ensure the upper mezzanine level doesn’t fall outside of Building Regulations,” James says. “Usually, they’re classed as uninhabitable spaces and don’t have the same restrictions as a normal room.”

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Meera Innes added this to Decorating: 10 Quirky Ways to Perk Up Your Home20 July 2015

Channel your inner childThere’s no rule that says décor for adults can’t feature our favourite childhood themes. Iconic cartoon characters in particular can appeal to all ages and instantly add an element of fun. This unique painting gives heritage a distinctly modern treatment that’s the perfect foil for a very grown-up interior. TELL US…Have you made any tweaks that had a dramatic effect on your décor? Share your tips in the Comments below.

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Jo Simmons added this to Ask an Expert: The Secrets of Buying Original Art26 March 2015

Take adviceGallery owners and online sites should know lots about the artists they sell, which will help you make your choice. They can also offer advice on which pieces might suit your space, so ask lots of questions. In addition, many art websites have quizzes and fun, psychological tests you can try to help identify your tastes and narrow down your search.

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Lara Sargent added this to Decorating: 10 Ways to Update a Victorian Living Room14 January 2015

Make use of high ceilingsOne of the great benefits of grander Victorian dwellings is the ceiling height, which can be very lofty. Such proportions offer the perfect opportunity for building in a mezzanine level – a great architectural solution if you need to squeeze more rooms into an apartment. Go all out for a striking, sleek glass version for a modern statement amid the decorative plasterwork. TELL US…Have you updated your period living room? Please share your design tips, tricks and photos in the Comments below.

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Lara Sargent added this to Styling: 10 Ways With Circular Tables26 November 2014

Keep it compactSometimes, a bulky coffee table simply becomes a dumping ground for piles of magazines and other paraphernalia. Instead, plump for a neat, circular version that’s just big enough for the bare essentials (and that doesn’t mean your feet!).

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Mark Mason added this to Marks Lounge20 February 2022

3d box art .. but not colours like that

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Tasha Facey added this to Tasha's Ideas6 June 2021

Everyone needs at least one large piece of art that they will not tire of

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