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WIMBLEDON FAMILY HOUSETransitional Living Room, London

New painted timber French windows and shutters, at one end of the living room, open onto a roof terrace situated atop the rear extension. This overlooks and provides access to the rear garden.

Photographer: Nick Smith

Photo of a large traditional open plan living room in London with a reading nook, grey walls, light hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround, beige floors and feature lighting. —  Houzz
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lucysmouhalucysmouha wrote:9 February 2014
  • minipie
    8 months ago

    Where is the leather armchair from please?

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    LEIVARS
    3 months ago

    The interior design of the home was completed but LEIVARS Interiors Studio. The architecture was completed by Stephen Fletcher. Sorry if this is misleading.

lucysmouhalucysmouha wrote:9 February 2014
  • Paula Ho-chow
    7 years ago
    Could you tell me what make in BM is the paint , thanks :))
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    LEIVARS
    7 years ago
    Sorry - we had the paint matched to a sample we had, it has a soft purple hue to the grey. Regards, Rebecca.
cazjocazjo wrote:5 January 2015
  • cazjo
    7 years ago
    Thanks Rebecca - they look very like a Louis de Poortere Fedra light grey rug that I like but I have only seen it online and it is hard to judge quality.
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    All The Hues
    7 years ago
    Hi Cazjo,

    Have you come across vintage over dyed rugs? They are real vintage rugs made of wool which are transformed into a contemporary piece. They can offer a contemporary as well as traditional design with a faded (distressed effect). If you'd like to see similar pieces, please take a look at our website www.allthehues.co.uk

    Thank you
xxmahimaxxrestaurant wrote:17 December 2014
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    LEIVARS
    7 years ago
    Hi there - most items here were bespoke items and the rest purchased trade on behalf of the client. Unfortunately this is client / confidential and whilst I am happy to advise where items are purchased from and guide where I can, I am not able to detail what clients have paid for each item. I am sorry if this isn't helpful but it's a core part of our relationship with our clients with discretion being paramount. Warm regards, Rebecca.
amg10001amg10001 wrote:5 October 2014
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    LEIVARS
    7 years ago
    I designed the library unit. Our company was responsible for the soft side Interior Design of this project including furniture and reception joinery design. Regards, Rebecca.
einlondoneinlondon wrote:21 September 2014
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    LEIVARS
    7 years ago
    The central chandeliers are both from Ochre. Regards, Rebecca.
badger29badger29 wrote:21 October 2017
    gaurav_aidasaniGaurav Aidasani wrote:17 June 2016
      emmabillinghamemmabillingham wrote:1 May 2016

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        Sarah Warwick added this to How to Paint Furniture (Beautifully)7 February 2018

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        Smart storage always appealsThere are so many lovely elements in this incredibly popular room – not least the striking bookcase and ladder combo. It’s a great example of making the most of a high ceiling, and the mixture of open shelving for books and treasures and a row of roomy drawers for less lovely essentials is the perfect balance. Or was it the plump teal velvet ottomans or the glorious chandelier that got your attention? Discover how to make the most of your Victorian mouldings

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        ejc2000
        ejc2000 added this to Living Room6 days ago

        Buy the base then paint …. Paul could make shelves?

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