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Living Room - ManlyMediterranean Living Room, Sydney

Salt Interiors custom joinery was featured in the August issue of House & Garden Magazine. For this project, Salt Interiors worked with Senior Interior Designer for Coco Republic, Natasha Levak to provide custom joinery for the 1930s Spanish-revival home. Levak’s vision for a neutral palette helped to determine the polyurethane paint for the renovated joinery unit Salt installed in the room.

Design ideas for a large mediterranean formal open plan living room in Sydney with white walls and feature lighting. —  Houzz
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royakalhor91romina power wrote:3 June 2016

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    Susannah Hutchison added this to 10 Ideas for Neutral Living Rooms20 June 2017

    Green up with plantsOne of the easiest ways to bring a plain room to life (quite literally) is to add some plants. Whether you go for a large, tropical-style centrepiece or a more subtle collection of succulents, plants provide an instant pick-me-up in any room. Ideal growing conditions vary – some need lots of water, some very little, so check when you buy to get the most out of your new green roommates.Find out the latest styling tips for accessorising with plants

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    Ashley Balogh added this to Vista Borde18 June 2022

    Dark wood accents look nice against white especially if using grey accented

    Robyn Hulcombe added this to My ideas4 June 2022

    Like chair setting for downstairs area

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