Queens Park HouseContemporary Living Room, London

Paul Chapman photography

Contemporary living room in London with white walls and a standard fireplace. —  Houzz
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patricia_joy wrote:25 Nov 2014
  • Cat Ridley
    Talbot would you sell for £500 if still have x
  • Mariem Sarghini
    This is absolutely gorgeous... has given me ideas for my living room! Thank you.. so talented!!
mhjellis wrote:29 Jul 2014
  • Cathy Williams
    Thanks. I saw the previous posted info for the ottoman but was also interested in the grey sectional/sofa.
  • PRO
    Honey Bee Interiors
    the sectional sofa is from Bo Concept
sabina006 wrote:6 Sep 2014
  • Lottie W
    Where is the footstool from please?
  • PRO
    Honey Bee Interiors
    It is from my company as i get them bespoke made for people. If you would like to discuss getting one made up, do give me or a call on 07931 303138 or email me on vintagechandeliercompany@gmail.com. There are more pics on my website www.vintagechandeliers.co.uk.
Kate Chapman wrote:10 May 2016
jscott001 wrote:9 Jun 2015
carlyfeo wrote:30 Jul 2014

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Why can’t I finish the job?The secret of successful decluttering is to go into battle with a clear plan. Without one, you won’t know where to start or how to structure the time.“People may try to do too much in one day and feel so overwhelmed they give up, which means they’re more likely to procrastinate further,” says Young. “They may not even know where to donate or recycle items so this can cause them to delay dealing with it.”9 Simple Daily Habits to Keep Your Home Clutter-free

Feioi added this to 10 Basic Design Rules to Learn Off By Heart30 Jan 2017

Remember bigger is betterIf in doubt, go big. Bigger than you were expecting, bigger than you think is sensible. If you’re a little bit scared by how big it is, it’s probably right.A common mistake is to choose furniture and accessories that are too small and look lost within the space. Rugs, light fittings, mirrors and art will often look better in a larger size, particularly in smaller rooms.In this living room, a large rug pulls the furniture together, creating a more cohesive design. Taken out of context, some of the items are probably larger than you would expect for a room of this size, but once everything’s in place, it makes perfect sense.

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Kathryn Honig Benedict added this to kitchen4 days ago

Just showing how pops of color can be added with furniture

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