Victorian House SouthfieldsVictorian Living Room, London

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laura_renaud6Laura Renaud wrote:8 May 2018
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    3 years ago

    Hi, thanks for your question. The rug was from Hill & Co rugs http://hillco.co.uk/colourbox/ but I'm not sure if they are still trading.

nataliessmithnataliessmith wrote:16 September 2016
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    5 years ago

    Hi, the armchair fabric is Osborne & Little 'Isabella' F5940/25 and the cushion fabrics are Osborne & Little 'Nizam' F6130/04 (patterned cushions on sofa) and Boussac 'Dora' 07737002 (spotty cushions on armchairs and footstool)

jenna_cableJenna Cable wrote:18 August 2015
spigonespigone wrote:12 August 2015
ciarawhciarawh wrote:14 March 2015
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    6 years ago
    Hi, thanks for your question. The armchairs and sofa are from The Sofa & Chair company.
gurggurg wrote:7 February 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    susannahhutchison
    Susannah Hutchison added this to 7 Ways to Disguise Your Sofa if You Don't Love it30 January 2018

    Add colour with chairsYou can’t go wrong with a neutral sofa, but if you’re wishing you’d been a bit braver when agonising over the colour swatches, compensate with chairs instead. These models in soft blue velvet add a gentle dose of colour to the room and tone with the patterned rug and sofa cushions.If space (and/or budget) is limited, search for a cocktail-style chair (or chairs) without arms instead of a more traditional armchair.Love the idea of velvet? Have a look at these lush sofas

    lucysearle
    Lucy Searle added this to 10 Ways Good Lighting Can Transform Your Living Room5 January 2018

    Go for neat symmetryTalking of symmetry… This living room has a pleasing pair of matching lights at either end of the main sofa. So why would you coordinate and balance your lighting to such a degree? Well, first of all, the lamps look smart, even unlit. Then, when lit, they’ll throw even pools of light around the room, which means everyone, wherever they’re sitting, will benefit.

    kateburt
    Kate Burt added this to Beautiful Blue and Grey Living Room Ideas You're Going to Love31 October 2017

    Look to natureWhen picking the perfect greys and blues to pair up, you might find the answer in the great outdoors. Here, cerulean blue – essentially the sky on a beautiful summer’s day – and pebble grey are perfectly complementary. And you’d only have to find a shingle beach on a hot July day to come up with the combination.As expected, the pairing does conjure up a little bit of a seaside feel, but to keep that subtle the owners have steered the design away from the informality of classic coastal style and gone for polished rather than driftwood or sun-bleached timber. Symmetry is frequently a shortcut to a more formal style, too – note, here, the lamps, cushion arrangements and matching armchairs.Tell us…Do blue and grey feature in your living room décor? Show us your photos or tell us which of these rooms you love best in the Comments section.

    sophiebaylis
    Sophie Baylis added this to Ask an Expert: What’s the Best Style of Shutter For My Windows?21 October 2015

    Tier-on-tier designsThese types of shutters comprise top and bottom panels that work independently of each other. ‘You can have the top open to make the most of a pretty view, and the bottom closed for privacy, or vice versa,’ explains Lucas. ‘This type of shutter works particularly well in rooms that have an urban outlook, where privacy is always going to be a priority.’Pros Extremely versatile, allowing for excellent privacy and light control. Cons Not suitable for all windows as they can look too busy, for example, in a bay. Best for Bedrooms and bathrooms.

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    milagros_daetz44
    Milagros Daetz added this to Family room29 October 2021

    Don't like the colors but like the concept of the mix of colors and sofa + chairs

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