Notting Hill Flat traditional-hallway-and-landing
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Notting Hill Flat Traditional Hallway & Landing, London

The walls are painted in Sure Grey from the Damo collection, available at Sigmar. The woodwork is Cocoa, also from Damo.
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antonygeo wrote:
Floor - Where is the floor from? Thanks
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The floor was reclaimed oak floor boards. find similar at ex: Lasco

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Luisa Rollenhagen added this to Fun Houzz: How to Re-create the Flat from ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’
Take care of your wineWine is important. Wine is great. It goes well with chocolate, keeps you company when you’re curled up in a big blanket on the sofa, and is an indispensable guest at any dinner party. Bridget appreciates this, and so should you. Make sure you keep the goods safe in a dry and cool storage area. If you don’t have a wine cellar (and which flat-dweller does?) then consider carving out a cubbyhole or finding an unused nook in which to store your bottles. Cheers!TELL US…Are you a fan of Bridget Jones’s Diary? What’s your favourite look from the film? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.
Lara Sargent added this to Decorating: How to Make Your Skirting Boards Stand Out Beautifully
Lead the eye with dark paintDark-hued, dramatic skirting boards are an effective design tool in a long, skinny hallway. The eye is naturally drawn to the darker bands of colour as they travel around the corners and curves, leading the focus to the far end of the space. Keep the walls and ceiling pale for the best effect.

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Kate . added this to All rooms
don't like dark skirting boards

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