Marlborough MansionsContemporary Living Room, London

Inspiration for a contemporary formal living room in London with grey walls and carpet. —  Houzz
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Shannon Dickson wrote:17 Jan 2018
Amanda Couper wrote:28 May 2018
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    The Sofa & Chair Company

    Hi Amanda, this is our Ziyi ceiling light. If you are interested in Ziyi, we could put you in touch with our sales team.

annejohenderson wrote:4 Feb 2018
kyriacoun wrote:31 Jan 2018
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    The Sofa & Chair Company

    Hello @kyriacoun, thanks for the question. These cushions were made by us – they’ve been very popular in the past but unfortunately, the fabric has been discontinued for a while. The Fabric team would be able to source an alternative if you’re interested in having similar cushions made.

Alex Morley wrote:25 Oct 2017
    arun bansal wrote:23 Oct 2016

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      Sarah Warwick added this to This Small Detail Packs a Decorative Punch22 Mar 2018

      Make a statementWe’ve already seen that piping works a treat alongside buttoned upholstery, but that’s not its only happy complement. This chair teams piping for the back, wings and low arms with studded detailing around the seat. Be inspired if you’re looking for a way to incorporate a statement piece in a monochrome room scheme where a patterned or bold armchair would jar. This way, you can make a piece special with stylish finishing touches.Tell us…How does piping feature in your home, and which of these rooms do you like best? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.

      Sarah Warwick added this to Here’s Why We’re Going Nuts for Velvet Sofas19 Dec 2017

      Make a leap into darkA charcoal velvet sofa makes this living space look sophisticated. The dark tone is repeated in smaller elements – the lamp base and picture frame both work the statement colour. Balancing the room’s dark elements, the walls and carpet as well as the side chair are in light-reflecting pale neutral tones, while gold highlights brighten and warm the scheme.Did you choose a velvet sofa – or would you pick one next time? Tell us or show us in the Comments section.

      Sophie Baylis added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Buying Carpet18 Nov 2016

      How should I measure up?Measure the widest and longest points of the room first. Then look at the shape of the space. “Take into account any indentations, such as bay windows or alcoves, to minimise wastage. Don’t forget to measure to the back of the door frame to allow for the carpet to fit under the door,” advises Jemma Eayman of Carpetright.Keep the measurements on hand when you’re shopping. “Always write down a plan and the dimensions of the room and take them with you when you’re looking for new flooring, so that you can budget accurately,” Eayman adds.Most carpet companies will take their own measurements, too. Double check your measurements against theirs to avoid costly mistakes or disagreements down the line.

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