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Rear Extension Scandinavian Living Room, London

Malcolm Menzies 82MM
Inspiration for a scandi living room in London. — Houzz

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cathy Rebecca added this to How to Successfully Knock Through in a Period Property
Bypass Planning Permission…For normal, non-listed properties, knocking through the wall between the two downstairs reception rooms will not require Planning Permission. ‘Even if it’s in a conservation area, if it’s not listed you still don’t need Planning Permission,’ explains Natalie Benes. ‘If you want to check, you can contact your local council, but the rule of thumb is that listed building regulations control any renovation to the interior and exterior of the property, while conservation area regulations generally only control external appearance,’ she adds.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

o2snow added this to Renovations
How to Successfully Knock Through in a Period Property
rajanpatel added this to Hall and Kitchen Entrance
Keep a short length of wall by entrance door. Keep a supporting pillar near the stairs. Where to put the piano?
ardlouis added this to For Alan and Peter
all white has been around for a long time, still like it

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