Notting Hill HouseTransitional Living Room, London

Small classic living room in London with grey walls. —  Houzz
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hedger27 wrote:22 November 2015
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    Inigo & Co.
    4 years ago

    The whole room is actually about 7 metres in length, but from the point of the original wall (you can see the divide on the ceiling) is 2.9m

  • Jerrin Varghese
    3 years ago

    what paint is used on the walls please?

sonyorchid wrote:14 May 2015
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    A Life More Beautiful
    5 years ago
    What colour have you used on the walls? It looks very crisp against the white.
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    Inigo & Co.
    5 years ago
    It is Dulux's 'Chic Shadow'.
mrs_davis wrote:13 December 2015
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    Inigo & Co.
    4 years ago
    Hi - the artist's name is Robin von Einsiedel. He is represented by a gallery in Peckham, London called Bosse & Baum.
Elena Kaburova wrote:20 May 2015
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    Inigo & Co.
    5 years ago

    Lamp is vintage - from Alfie's and the rug is West End Carpets


Elena Kaburova wrote:20 May 2015
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    Inigo & Co.
    5 years ago

    It is from loaf.com


sonyorchid wrote:14 May 2015
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    Inigo & Co.
    5 years ago
    I understood ... that's predictive text for you!
    made.com
sonyorchid wrote:14 May 2015
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    Inigo & Co.
    5 years ago
    That was from made.com
melinda1002 wrote:17 March 2015
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    Inigo & Co.
    5 years ago
    Hi - the walls in this area are Dulux Endurance 'Chic Shadow' (the property was for a family with kids).

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juliebutterworth
Julie Butterworth added this to What Happens When you Hire a Lighting Designer?12 November 2018

What different levels of service do lighting designers offer?Lighting design can run from a simple plan for you to hand to your electrician to a full-on design, installation and project management service.“A scheme involving a basic lighting layout with no calculations and just a few lights added to a simple plan is usually fine for a small, three-bedroom house,” Neil says. “The lighting designer is typically only engaged at the start of a project like this.”At the other end of the scale is the complete design service. This will involve CAD plans, full lighting and controls schedules with operational setting notes for larger-scale projects that have cinema rooms or ‘scene setting’ requirements in living and dining areas. “The lighting designer is involved at the beginning and end of this sort of project,” Neil says, “as well as at key stages throughout the build.”

smwarwick
Sarah Warwick added this to Should I Get Rid of My Coffee Table?23 February 2018

Shun bumps in the night (or day)Narrow rooms can also benefit from a softer alternative to a coffee table, avoiding the hard corners that are easy to catch in passing. As well as saving shins in this room, the ottoman and the rug on which it’s positioned are visual markers that indicate the way to move through the room.

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

Clear a pathThis narrow living room also provides the access point to the kitchen. Rather than creating a treacherous obstacle course of chairs and tables, a clear strip has been left to ease the way. Long, low furniture helps to ‘elongate’ the compact space, and a footstool multi-tasks as a seat and coffee table, reducing the need for extra furniture, as does the built-in alcove storage.Kitchens come in all shapes and sizes too. Check out these ideas for U-shaped layouts

What Houzz users are commenting on:

sbrice1
sbrice1 added this to Small Apartment2 October 2020

love the muted colours and wall pint with white line near ceiling

elizabethgreene18
Elizabeth G added this to elizabethgreene18's Ideas1 October 2020

Love the ottoman and this type and colour of couch

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