Transitional Living RoomTransitional Living Room, London

This is an example of a medium sized classic enclosed living room in London with a standard fireplace, a brick fireplace surround, green walls, no tv and medium hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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Zoe wrote:31 October 2016
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    3 years ago

    Hi there Zoe,

    This is such a lovely living room! The sofa and armchair look really similar to our comfy Pudding sofa. You can have a good look here or browse our full collection of handmade sofas this way.

    I hope this helps!



pamela_godsmark2612 wrote:7 February 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Susannah Hutchison added this to Fit More Seating in Your Living Room Without it Feeling Crowded29 March 2017

    Add a window seatUtilising the space in front of a window, especially a bay window, creates a perfect extra seating option. Upholster the seat pad to coordinate with your colour scheme, and add scatter cushions behind to create a cosy nook.If you need a big sofa but don’t want it to overwhelm the space, take inspiration from the one here. Its pale colour, long, low shape, short, neat arms and raised wooden legs all help it to blend into its surroundings.

    Victoria Harrison added this to 11 Brilliant Ways to Use Wasted Space in the Living Room22 November 2016

    Take advantage of a bay windowIf you don’t have a great view from your living room window and have to screen some of it with blinds or shutters, it’s easy to not make full use of this area. Filling in a bay window with a built-in seat, like the one in this room, is a great way to utilise otherwise wasted space and create another seating area in a compact living room. Incorporating storage into the seat further boosts its use.

    Cathy Rebecca added this to 9 Ways to Dress Your Living Room Windows9 May 2016

    Work around a bayIf you want curtains in your living room and have a curved bay window, there are a couple of different solutions available.Most specialists supply curtain poles with 45 and 90 degree bends in them. The bends allow them to curve neatly inside the bay. Or try aluminium curtain tracking you can bend yourself. An alternative is to hang a curtain straight across from wall to wall, framing the bay window nicely during the day, and obscuring it when the curtains are closed at night.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Ashley Schiavo added this to My Project23 June 2020

    Bay window with bench & wooden shutters

    Holly Wilkinson added this to Living Room17 June 2020

    Fireplace. Not brick but could we have older brick or tiles?

    Aisling H added this to Sitting Room27 May 2020

    Dark floors vs lighter wood? Built in storage unit to left of fireplace

    Kathleen Ansaldi added this to Study4 May 2020

    Like this couch and also window treatments

    cjrowley added this to Dennis Likes28 March 2020

    Curtains extend past opening...

    Mollie Bowey added this to Mollie's ideas7 March 2020

    Mirror on chimney and built in window seat

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