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London Fields HouseVictorian Living Room, London

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Design ideas for a victorian living room in London with green walls, dark hardwood flooring and no tv. —  Houzz
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ggarcia22ggarcia22 wrote:5 January 2016
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    Victorian Fireplace Store
    6 years ago
    Think I might have one in our lockup,
    Will have a look on Monday or Tuesday and let you know.
    Can you email at info@victorianfireplacestore.co.uk
    And I'll try get back with pics
    Regards
    Ben
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    Victorian Fireplace Store
    6 years ago
    We have this one if you like ?
    Please contact us on email
    Info@victorianfireplacestore.co.uk
    Regards
    Ben
egrantham34egrantham34 wrote:22 September 2014
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    Chandler Upholstery
    7 years ago
    We can make something very similar
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    Just The Chair
    7 years ago
    Hi

    Check out our ideabooks, maybe not the same chair but something a bit different for you?
garibaldi8Garibaldi8 wrote:20 July 2014
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    Brian O'Tuama Architects
    7 years ago
    I recall that it's Farrow & Ball Card Room Green No. 79
  • Garibaldi8
    7 years ago
    It's kind of you to come back to me, many thanks.
lindafyfe7lindafyfe7 wrote:4 June 2015
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    Brian O'Tuama Architects
    6 years ago

    Don't know I'm afraid, the client already had it

pixie1971pixie1971 wrote:8 September 2014
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    Midas Craft
    7 years ago
    we can design for you this rug so and we have like this
    please visit to our website at www.wholesalecarpet.org for these type of rugs and you can design your rug also please mail at midascraft92@gmail.com

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sarahlalcroft
Sarah Alcroft added this to 22 Ways to Work Luscious Dark Green Walls1 December 2020

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lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to Why No Home Should Be Without Some Retro Green5 February 2018

Lift with playful shadesIf a muted colour scheme isn’t really your thing but you’ve been won over by the idea of green walls, you can liven up your room with a whole range of brighter tones in fabrics, painted furniture and accessories. What works? Yellows, turquoise and bronze add warmth. What to avoid? Anything that drags your retro green of choice back to the bad old days, so steer clear of orange and brown.

clare_zerny
Clare Zerny added this to Renovation Diary: How Do We Create a Snug (We’ll Actually Use)?19 December 2017

The snug also deserves a fireplace worthy of the period style of the space – something as lovely as this classic beauty. The new – daytime – living room will be home to a wood-burning stove, but as the snug will be more in keeping with tradition, we’re going to give it a traditional open fire. I love this style – a Victorian inset surrounded by decorative tiles and simple corbels. Hopefully I’ll be able to find something similar at one of our many local Suffolk reclamation yards.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Times Dark Green Has Transformed a Room6 October 2016

Team with turquoiseDark green works well in a living room as it can give the space a cosy feel. However, to avoid it becoming too sombre, add some bright colour to the mix. The turquoise velvet armchair here adds just enough contrast to the sage green walls.

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E Cheetham added this to elayne_cheetham's ideas3 March 2022

She living style & heights with chair underneath

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