Knightsbridge ResidenceTransitional Bedroom, London

Elayne Barre

This is an example of a classic master bedroom in London with white walls and dark hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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sonyafacey88sonyafacey88 wrote:30 August 2015
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    Elayne Barre Photography
    4 years ago

    Hi, I was just the photographer on this project, the design was by JHR Interiors. Hope this helps, Elayne

liglaligla wrote:23 August 2015
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    Elayne Barre Photography
    6 years ago

    Hi, I was only the photographer on this project, the design was by JHR Interiors. Hope that helps! Elayne

fabcoco_102fabcoco 102 wrote:14 January 2018

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    organisedchaos
    Organised Chaos Ireland added this to 10 Life-enhancing Resolutions for Your Most Organised Year Yet3 December 2016

    I will create everyday routinesWhile many think routines are binding, in fact, they’re the opposite. We all do several of the same tasks each and every day. By grouping these tasks together at a similar time, you create a routine. With a routine, you get through these – usually monotonous – tasks much more quickly. Then you’re free to get on with the rest of your day.By making a routine out of tasks you were doing anyway, you save time. You won’t have to think about what you’re going to do because it will be habitual. Making the bed and opening the curtains every day becomes a ritual and marks the start of your day. It makes the room look good from the moment your day begins – you’re already onto a winner.You can also create routines around the school run, after-dinner clear-up, or weekly cleaning tasks. Why drag out these jobs more than you have to?

    sophiebaylis
    Sophie Baylis added this to 10 Things You Need to Know About Solid Wood Flooring14 October 2016

    What finishes are available?The finishes applied to solid wood are lacquer, oil or hard wax oil, which are all used to enhance the beauty of the wood and offer differing degrees of protection.A lacquer is essentially a plastic coating that provides a durable surface. “Lacquers can sometimes look slightly artificial, although they are advancing well and many of them now look great,” says Devenish. The one drawback with lacquer is that you can’t do much to spot-repair damage. Oil is the most natural-looking of the finishes, but will require the most maintenance. “The oil sits in the pores of the wood, which gives good protection against moisture impregnation,” Devenish explains. “However, if it dries out, it offers almost no protection, which is why it’s so important to keep it maintained.” Hard wax oil is a good halfway house between lacquer and oil because it looks more natural than a lacquer and requires less maintenance than oil. “You can also spot-repair the finish if it gets local damage or wear,” adds Devenish.

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

    Call in the cavalryIf you choose to project manage your interiors job yourself, it’s certainly an enjoyable and rewarding process, but it also takes a certain type of person. You have to be organised, calm under pressure, strategic and confident – not to mention being able to afford the time to plan, coordinate and oversee the work.If you have qualms about taking it on yourself, then consider hiring a project manager. Yes, there will be a fee, but consider that a badly managed project can cost you time and money, and you may not achieve the results you were after. A pro will take care of everything and allow you to rest easy, knowing you’re in safe hands.TELL US…Have you project managed your own renovation or refit? How did it go? Share your advice and experience in the Comments below.

    annatobin
    Anna Tobin added this to Lifestyle: Simple Ways to Boost the Feeling of Calm in Your Home18 November 2015

    Go for brightWhite is calm, tranquil and timeless and will max the natural light in your home, so it’s just the job if you’re after a more Zen-like feel. Go for a whiteout, or simply use it as the backdrop and introduce pale neutrals and varied textures to keep the look soft, rather than sterile, as seen in this restful bedroom.

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