The DairyCountry Living Room, London

Images by Rachael Smith

Medium sized country formal open plan living room in London with grey walls, light hardwood flooring and a wood burning stove. —  Houzz
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linette1l wrote:24 September 2014
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lucinda12 wrote:6 October 2014
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    The wall colour is Farrow & Ball, Elephants Breath. The flooring is a natural oak.
brendanf wrote:1 October 2014
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    Morning Brendan, the stairs to the mezzanine in the dairy are in the study. Originally the architect had designed a spiral staircase in the living room. I suggested we moved them to behind the wall for a cleaner look. We will work anywhere so please email me if you'd like to discuss your project further.
hodsin wrote:31 August 2014

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jo Simmons added this to Architecture: Marvellous Mezzanines That Rise Above it All10 July 2014

Get away from it allSometimes it’s nice to retreat to a quiet spot without completely shutting oneself away. The beautiful mezzanine living space in this converted dairy allows just that. It overlooks the open-plan living and kitchen space, but its height offers some privacy. The glazed sides keep the space looking light and unobtrusive and, of course, make it safe, too.

Jo Simmons added this to Fun Houzz: Create a Grown-up Hideaway to Escape the 9 to 512 May 2014

Make for the mezzanineIn this converted 19th century dairy, there’s a large, open-plan living space on the ground floor, but a more intimate living area has been created on a mezzanine overlooking it, perfect for a nap or a quiet read.Discover a selection of marvellous mezzanines

Natalie Wain added this to Houzz Tour: A Former Suffolk Dairy Gets a Contemporary Makeover7 May 2014

The elegant but understated soft furnishing are made from natural materials wherever possible. The sofa, in charcoal grey brushed cotton, is from OneDeko, while the walls, units and dining table are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Elephant’s Breath. This pale hue allows the furniture to recede into the background, as Lindsey was keen that the accessories didn’t distract from the building itself.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

I & D Jackson added this to idjackson's ideas5 days ago

Love the grey picture with the beech door

52leuty added this to Living Style7 December 2019

Loft space with neutral colours

ayah3arts added this to Open Floor Plan flooring10 November 2019

Can we use wall pine boards as flooring?

Ning Gulari added this to Kukuiula Home12 October 2019

Interesting to see the upperspace for play? dont like beam expose

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