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Bohemian living room in London with white walls, medium hardwood flooring and a standard fireplace. — Houzz

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Cathy Gardner wrote:
Picture or mirror above fire place?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to 8 Ways to Use Task Lighting
Create a reading nook A separate seating area is the perfect place for an illuminating light fixture of its own. This cosy lounging spot has plenty of light for reading. When natural light isn’t an option, the swing-arm lamp provides the perfect amount of task light.
Natalie Wain added this to Decorating: 10 Zingy Ways to Use Zigzags
Opt for accessoriesA few carefully chosen herringbone accessories, such as this beautiful cashmere throw, are the perfect choice for the graphic-shy. They’re a good way to enjoy all of the pattern with none of the commitment.
Amanda Pollard added this to 11 Ways Your Home Can Make You Happier
Make a space for youIn a busy household it’s important to find a place to gather your thoughts and spend a few minutes by yourself. Being alone for a while will allow you to recharge, and get ready to face the world again. If you can’t grab a whole room for yourself, a cosy corner will do fine. Here, the armchair is ideally located next to the fire, with an angled table lamp placed perfectly for reading. If you have a hobby, such as crocheting or painting, create a designated space for it. Devise storage that will keep all your equipment to hand, so you can easily dip in and out whenever you have some spare time.
Amanda Pollard added this to Here's What Your Mum Really Wants for Mother's Day
A quiet spot for reading Give your mum her own corner to relax and read a book. A home library with rows of shelves and a ladder is a dream idea, but it’s also a pretty tall order. Instead, position a comfy chair or beanbag somewhere warm and quiet. Buy your mum a good-quality reading lamp and satisfy her passion for design with some pretty vintage books.Discover some of the best reading nooks
Lucy Searle added this to Haven’t Got Built-in Alcove Shelving or Cabinetry? Don’t Worry...
Create a cosy reading cornerIn a narrow living space, it’s practical to push seating towards an alcove, which isn’t possible if it’s fitted with shelves or cupboards. Doing so can look a little unnatural, however, unless you give the seating a bit of context. Creating a reading corner like this is the simplest solution. A sofa can sit square on, but an armchair will look more welcoming placed at an angle.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

kimyoder88 added this to Farmhouse
These look like old family reunion photos - just like ours!
J S added this to Abbie/James Living Room
nice -- but don't like the wood mantle

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