Notting Hill flatContemporary Living Room, London

Nathalie Priem Photography

Medium sized contemporary open plan living room in London with white walls. —  Houzz
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lynnee15lynnee15 wrote:31 May 2015
loobylou82loobylou82 wrote:20 April 2015
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    Nathalie Priem Photography
    6 years ago
    Hi there, I photographed the property so do not know the design details... sorry!
questnquestn wrote:29 October 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Kate Burt added this to How to Houzz: How to Get Advice and Tips for Your Project21 September 2017

    How can I find out where to get or how to achieve something I’ve seen in a photo?You’ve fallen in love with a specific design detail or piece of furniture in a photo. Good news! Generally, you’ll be able to find out where products are from – and even buy them right here – or discover what paint colour is on the walls and much more. There are two main ways you can do this via the photos you see on Houzz: Ask the community to helpPost a question directly to the designerRead all about how to do the above and how to get the the most out of Houzz photos in our previous story about using the platform for buying and sourcing products.

    Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Versatile Ways to Use Modular Shelving22 May 2017

    Blend in with the wallsThe shelving and storage in this system have been painted the same colour as the walls. The silver brackets add a subtle series of lines, but don’t contrast too much, so the whole unit is chic and unobtrusive. To keep the look pared-back and minimal, the owners have displayed their items neatly and have even left some of the shelves fairly clear to give a feeling of space.

    Kate Burt added this to 10 Décor Ideas to Go With an On-trend Blue Velvet Sofa27 December 2016

    Go nauticalHere, you can see how quickly a blue velvet sofa can become a centrepiece for a room with a contemporary coastal theme.Mixing your couch with a white wooden floor and stripes, while also adding a second, paler blue and cotton-canvas fabric in the upholstery and cushions, helps to create a nautical feel. The touches of wood in the armchairs and driftwood-style console add to the effect. A blue velvet sofa doesn’t have to feel on trend just because it’s fashionable right now – it’s a flexible and enduring piece of furniture, too.

    Cathy Rebecca added this to 13 Stylish Storage Solutions for Living Rooms You’ll Love4 March 2016

    Go for floating storageIf you don’t want to go built-in, but still have significant storage needs, try a floating shelf unit like this. It’s crisp and contemporary, and, because it’s wall-hung, it makes the room feel bigger, as there’s maximum floor space.

    Karen Wilson added this to How to Cohabit When Your Styles Totally Clash16 January 2016

    Blend contemporary and traditionalIf one of you favours clean lines and sleek surfaces, with everything hidden neatly away, while the other loves collecting vintage treasures, you can still find a happy medium. Let the contemporary lover have their way with clean white walls, a simple modern sofa, and a wall of plentiful storage to which you can add a few select pieces. Or what about having a ‘vintage corner’, perfect in an L-shaped room, where smaller knick-knacks can be displayed?

    Cheryl Freedman added this to What Goes With Indigo Blue?7 December 2015

    Give white some gravitasA dab of inky blue in an all-white scheme can be a chic way to add depth and contrast. An indigo sofa adds a smart touch to this light, white space and is also practical (no grubby fingermarks). Choose a modern, boxy shape for a Scandi feel. This sofa also goes well with the pale blue of the armchairs.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Samantha Storey added this to Home office26 June 2021

    I want floating cabinets like this

    Becky Jacobi added this to Living room20 June 2021

    Blue velvet and pale blue chairs

    Jazmin Bejarano added this to Jazmin's Ideas12 June 2021

    Very bright, might play well with opposite

    Allan added this to St Mawes, Cornwall. Jonathan & Nicola14 April 2021

    cooler colours - the risky beach house aesthetic - painted wood effect floor and recessed lighting - thoughts ?

    Alex Mattinson added this to 3c ren28 February 2021

    Ticking fabric stripes work . Failing that a grey with ticking cushions. Black framed prints and white walls. Pick up red grey orange in seats covers. Will this work with green curtains? black and white rug, Royal blue sofa.

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