London Loft ApartmentTransitional Games Room, London

Petr Krejci

Design ideas for a classic mezzanine games room in London with a built-in media unit, light hardwood flooring and feature lighting. —  Houzz
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bertieguardbertieguard wrote:18 October 2015
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    Woodflooring Engineered Ltd
    5 years ago
    We can produce this floor .Staining is best done on site but we can also supply a smokey grey stain ... Shades of grey are uber chic currently .
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    Floor Monster
    4 years ago

    Hi there,

    We have a few Herringbone option you may find of interest;

    Pyrenees

    Lucerne

    Brushed

    Walnut

    Smooth

    If you would like a FREE sample or have any questions regarding the flooring please do not hesitate to let us know by either email, Info@floormonster.co.uk or you can call us on 0141 887 5698.

    We wish you the best of luck in finding what you are looking for.

    Kind Regards,

    Floor Monster Team

john_smith7955John Smith wrote:4 August 2016
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    Freeman & Whitehouse
    5 years ago

    I love this room! What is the paint colour on the windows and bannister? Thank you

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    Sigmar
    4 years ago

    The paints used are from Sigmar and both from our Damo collection. The colour on the wall is "damo-suregrey" and the banister/woodwork is from "damo additions-dagger"

lexdallowL.D wrote:14 October 2017
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    Sigmar
    3 years ago

    Sofa and matching chair are Vintage, from Sigmar

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Victoria Harrison added this to 6 of the Best One-bed Flats on Houzz7 January 2019

Organisation and clutter-free living in a rooftop apartmentStorage is the key to success in this characterful one-bed flat in London. From bespoke coat cupboards to a walk-in wardrobe, every inch of wall space works hard to create the luxury of uncluttered floor space in the main living area.“The only way to make a small flat look tidy is for everything to have a place,” designer Ebba Thott says. On creating bespoke storage cupboards in the hallway, she adds, “We played with the perception of depth – the cupboards are only 37cm deep. They look bigger than that, but you don’t need a 60cm-deep cabinet for efficient storage, you just have to be clever with the hanging systems you add.” View the clever storage solutions and look around the rest of this flat.Looking for help decluttering? Shop storage and organising solutions on Houzz.

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Susannah Hutchison added this to Should I Choose Grey Window Frames For My Home?27 March 2018

Match to the woodworkTo make the grey window frames the defining feature in a room, continue the colour on the rest of the woodwork. In this loft apartment, the pillar, banister and skirting boards have been painted in the same deep grey shade as the window frames to really highlight the contrast with the paler walls. On a painted window like this, the outside wouldn’t necessarily have to be grey, too. If you live in a conservation area, check with the council before changing the colour of your external window frames.

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Susannah Hutchison added this to How to Deal With an Awkwardly-shaped Living Room26 May 2017

Choose chairsWith stairs, pillars and railings already breaking up the flow of this room, the owners skipped a bulky sofa and picked chairs and a two-seater sofa for seating. Chairs are always a smart option for awkward rooms as they can be more easily angled to work with the room’s dimensions. Opting for pieces with narrow legs rather than blocky bases is another good way to ensure a smallish space doesn’t look too hemmed in.

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Amanda Cochrane added this to Easy Steps to Renting Out Your Home and Making Handy Extra Income19 October 2016

Set up your accountCreating an account with one or more agencies is usually fairly straightforward. You need to: take some pictures of your home (some agencies offer a photography service, but quality can vary, so you may do better with your own snaps if they’re good); write a description of your house explaining why it’s a lovely place to stay; give background information on the local area, and basically provide as much information as you can to persuade a potential guest to book your home.

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Cheryl Freedman added this to How to Get Interior Design Help for Projects and Budgets Big and Small13 September 2016

Seek an extended design servicePerhaps you have a decent budget and need expert insight to ensure you spend it prudently. In this instance, you might be looking for a company that can offer an interior design vision, but also advise on and help to implement bigger structural and layout changes. Many designers work closely with builders and architects – do your research and find out what level of service and knowledge local designers offer, and whether they can match your particular demands. Many companies will assist with a broad range of projects. Sigmar, for example, will design bespoke furniture as well as offering standard interior design advice on colour, lighting and furnishings. In addition, it offers a full installation service to help every picture and curtain rail be just so.Temple Blake is another company providing an extended design service. It will help you to plan and design anything from a loft extension to a bathroom refurb from start to finish.Also hunt around for niche experts. Ace Your Space, for instance, is experienced at transforming awkward or teeny-tiny spaces, and can advise on everything from space planning and smart storage to Building Regulations.Check out 12 ideas for loft conversions to suit your budget

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Owl Design added this to 10 Typical New-build Challenges and How to Overcome Them6 July 2016

Paint uninspiring woodworkIf you want to keep the rooms light and neutral, but still set your home apart, paint the woodwork. Skirting boards, window frames and banisters look ever so stylish when painted grey. This space is a newly built part of a loft apartment, Grey works with almost any colour scheme or furniture, so you can run it throughout the house. Try just the skirting boards first in the hallways and staircases if you’re unsure about taking the plunge.

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Irresistible Interiors by Wendy added this to Maci & Luke Wilson23 September 2021

Leather chairs, with black, white and gray interiors

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Natalia Sahlstrom added this to Natalia's Ideas15 September 2021

Loft furniture arrangement/ TV placement/ hard floors

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Tawny Hurst added this to Metal House13 July 2021

I want to use this floor somewhere

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