SW7 Eclectic Living Room, London
Pietra Wood & Stone European Engineered Oak flooring with a natural oiled finish.
Inspiration for a bohemian formal living room in London with white walls, light hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace and beige floors. — Houzz
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Feioi added this to
Research your fillingSo that’s the outside – what about the inside? I’ve already mentioned the foam pads for seat cushions, and dining chairs, ottomans, headboards and benches are pretty standard, so let’s talk sofas and armchairs. Filling, stuffing, padding, whatever you want to call it, these inner materials are key to both the look and comfort of your furniture.A good-quality, sprung-back seat can be perfectly comfortable, but will always have a slightly firmer feel, although you can add foam for some softness. This will work for you if you want a little more support. It also has a more formal look and is easier to keep neat, as there’s no need for fluffing and everything springs back to where it should be once you stand up. Loose cushions are for those looking for a softer, more casual look. For the ultimate squashiness, opt for natural feather and down filling, but be warned that it will always look a little crumpled and ‘lived in’, and will need fluffing up. Alternatively, a foam cushion is better at springing back and staying plump. While still feeling softer than a fixed back, it won’t be quite as comfy as natural fillings. Also bear in mind that foam is cheaper than feather and down, but natural fillings will probably last longer.Can’t decide? A happy medium would be a foam cushion wrapped in feather and down for the best of both worlds. I often suggest this for seat cushions with feather-filled back cushions, but go with your preference. Try sitting on some in showrooms to give you a better idea of how each option looks and feels.
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English sofaThe well-cushioned English or club sofa tends to have low arms and turned legs on castors. It’s a classic choice in traditional rooms, but can also work beautifully in a more modern setting. It’s also comfy, given its relatively compact shape, but look for updates with higher arms if you want something more substantial to lean against. This elegant room also proves that a pair of sofas don’t have to match to look good – the hot pink works well with the grey and adds a dash of cheery colour.
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Add some bright accentsA grey sofa in a white room provides the perfect canvas to add your own style. Here, an adjacent shocking pink sofa, some well-chosen accessories and a bright piece of artwork completely transform the scheme. To balance the sweetness of bright pink, it’s a good idea to add some black elements, too.
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Work in some hot huesThis classic Victorian living room is given a quirky twist with contemporary pieces and shots of bright pink. The bold velvet sofa doesn’t look out of place thanks to the other pink elements in the room, while an animal skin rug and quirky white coffee table bring even more surprise into the space.Want a more interesting bathroom? Discover how to give it some eclectic style
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хороший пример, как расставить два дивана в одной комнате, чтобы не создать ощущения громоздкости группы. В этом британском проекте один из диванов служит интерьерным акцентом. Ярко-розовый цвет обивки притягивает взгляд, отвлекая внимание от второго дивана