Period Features combined with Contemporary Style in SW LondonTransitional Living Room, London

Design ideas for a large traditional formal enclosed living room in London with grey walls, painted wood flooring, a standard fireplace, a tiled fireplace surround and a wall mounted tv. —  Houzz
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bellascarr wrote:15 Jun 2015
marygrace56 wrote:29 Aug 2015

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sarahlalcroft
Sarah Alcroft added this to Architecture: Show Off the Bones of Your Home with Exposed Finishes9 Sep 2015

Dare to bare… bricks (in a period house)If you’re lucky enough to have a good-looking internal brick wall in your home – like this chimney breast – then simply treat it and seal it with clear or coloured products that can be found at any builders’ merchants. If not, then brick-effect panels can be fitted, the benefit of which is that you can identify a pattern and colour that works for you.Discover more ways to bring out the beauty of bare bricks

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efwaldrop62
efwaldrop62 added this to master bedroom8 Aug 2019

use my fireplace tiles (not ornate mantle)

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