Stylish South Kensington, SW7Transitional Living Room, London

Photographer: Graham Atkins-Hughes | Sofas are the 3 seater 'Connor' sofas in Concrete and Olive, from | Cushions and coffee table from Andrew Martin | 'Platinum just rug' and 'Greta' cabinets (framing the fireplace) from West Elm | Samsung 'The Frame' TV, flush mounted | Eichholtz 'Bernardi' chandelier, from Houseology | 2 x Aerin 'Montreuil' wall sconce lights in the triple configuration, gilded finish, from IJL in London | Wall hanging from West Elm, framed by Acrylidex in the Uk | Wall colors are Farrow & Ball's 'Ammonite' - woodwork contrast painted in Farrow & Ball's 'Strong White' | Fire surround is reclaimed marble - insert by

This is an example of a traditional living room in London with white walls, dark hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace and brown floors. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to How to Change the Mood of Your Room with Artwork10 September 2018

Lift the schemeThe formal furniture arrangement and muted colour palette in this room is chic and elegant. However, the designers have added another layer that elevates the space.The artwork above the fireplace features the same sharp shapes that appear in the rest of the room, and a hint of the greeny-gold from the velvet sofa. However, the bolder colours in the painting are enough to add another dimension to the neutral scheme.

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Heather added this to NJ Living Room30 August 2020

Two sofas facing and are close to the fireplace

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