Mid Century Apartment in the City of LondonTransitional Living Room, London

Living room. Use of Mirrors to extend the space.
This apartment is designed by Black and Milk Interior Design. They specialise in Modern Interiors for Modern London Homes. https://blackandmilk.co.uk

Inspiration for a small classic enclosed living room in London with beige walls and medium hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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billandpatb wrote:13 November 2017
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    Black and Milk | Interior Design | London
    2 years ago

    Hello, sorry, I think it's a one off unique painting

  • Sonia
    2 years ago
    Can I suggest you try King & McGraw, an online printed art supplier. They sell thousands of prints, framed or on canvas. I recently bought a framed print and it was wonderful quality. They do all genres of artwork and you may be able to find something similar?
HU-899971427 wrote:1 December 2019
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    Black and Milk | Interior Design | London
    12 months ago

    Hello, sorry I didn't understand your question?


pugnaciousk wrote:23 March 2018
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    Black and Milk | Interior Design | London
    last year

    it's from a trade supplier which doesn't sell to public. sorry ( Cushions were also supplied by the manufacturer

Frank Carey wrote:1 October 2017
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    Black and Milk | Interior Design | London
    3 years ago
    Yes, we use fire rated doors with fire rated pocket door systems.
Frank Carey wrote:1 October 2017
  • PRO
    Black and Milk | Interior Design | London
    3 years ago
    You can have fire rated doors and fire rated pocket doors systems. Just contact the manufacturer.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 9 Times Designers Used Mirror Ingeniously9 January 2020

Double your spaceSo clever is the use of mirror here, that it might take a few seconds of looking at the photo of this small living room, designed by Black and Milk, to figure out what’s going on. Got it? Yes, that full wall mirror, directly behind the sofa, gives the impression there’s a whole room behind the furniture. It opens up the space magically, and manages to be both incredibly stylish but also playful.Find the perfect interior designer for your project in the Houzz Professionals Directory.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Clever Ways to Play Tricks With Mirrored Walls in Your Home22 May 2018

Go wall to wallIn this flat, the mirrored wall behind the sofa was already in situ when the owners moved in. However, when the builders had to cover it up during the renovation, the designers realised just how effective it was at reflecting light and creating a feeling of space. They decided to leave it in place to open up the living room and make it feel larger.

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 5 Excellent Design Ideas for Flats from our Houzz Tours16 January 2018

Reflect yourselfThe star feature in this elegant sixth-floor, one-bedroom flat designed by Olga Alexeeva of Black & Milk Interior Design is so clever, you might miss it at first glance. Ironically, while refurbishing the entire flat top to bottom, it was one of the few details she chose to keep from the original design. Spotted it yet? Yes, it’s that full-wall mirror behind the sofa. “The builders covered it up to protect it during the work and this made us realise how much it actually helped the room, so we decided to keep it,” she explains.

victoriaharrisonwrites
Victoria Harrison added this to Sliding Pocket Door Ideas You're Going to Love11 September 2017

Play with symmetryThis tiny apartment is packed with clever space-saving ideas, not least of which are the two pocket doors shown reflected in the mirrored wall behind the sofa. Two regular doors in a room this compact would have eaten into valuable floor space, impacting the furniture arrangement. But using two neatly symmetrical pocket doors instead provided a much smarter solution. The doors can slide discreetly and efficiently back into the wall to open up and connect the three spaces when required and they also allow a better flow throughout the space.Would you use a pocket door in your living space? Tell us in the Comments section.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

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Marina Bolshakova added this to Комната21 October 2020

Идея с фото: тонированное зеркало увеличивает эту гостиную ровно вдвое. Кажется, что здесь диван стоит посреди огромной кухни-гостиной. Но нет, это всего лишь стена и отражение

mary_wildman36
Mary Wildman added this to General11 October 2020

Double your space So clever is the use of mirror here, that it might take a few seconds of looking at the photo of this small living room, designed by Black and Milk, to figure out what’s going on. Got it? Yes, that full wall mirror, directly behind the sofa, gives the impression there’s a whole room behind the furniture. It opens up the space magically, and manages to be both incredibly stylish but also playful.

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Lyn Sapstead added this to webuser_989061462832692891243's ideas20 September 2020

Dress sofa for n whatever colour want orch marine blue plum then match curtains

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