Winkley WorkshopIndustrial Living Room, London

Double height space that links indoors and out. Brick floors continue to the courtyard beyond. Different sized windows allow for different sorts of ventilation and circulation.

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Tim Crocker

Design ideas for a small urban open plan living room in London with brick flooring. —  Houzz
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Bella Henry wrote:9 February 2016
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    Kirkwood McCarthy
    3 years ago

    They are timber, shop finished, with double glazing

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susannahhutchison
Susannah Hutchison added this to How to Deal With an Awkwardly-shaped Living Room26 May 2017

Step to itDifferent levels present an issue in many homes, and here the step up to the courtyard is quite extreme. Rather than eating into the living space with solid stairs, two step-up stools do the job, and they can also double up as tables and extra seats. In a room with defined architectural features, such as these doors, picking up the key details in the other furniture – here the slate-grey sofa and sideboard – gives a space a considered, thought-through feel.

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Patricia Tyrrell Living Landscapes added this to 10 Excellent Ways to Incorporate Steps into Your Garden14 December 2016

Rise to the challengeSome of the best designs are born out of challenging spaces. Here, a tight area with a steep approach has been made into a feature. Brick and terracotta create the steps and terraces, and are linked inside by a brick plinth. The interior steps could double as a table or seat when the door’s closed. I love the clever simplicity of this design.What kind of steps would you add to your garden – or do you have your own tips to share from experience? Tell us in the Comments below.

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Mary added this to Загородный дом17 May 2020

Многуровневое пространство. Это воплощение поможет продумать перепады пространства внутри нашего дома

audr3y06
audr3y06 added this to audr3y06's ideas27 May 2019

j'aime la grande porte. est ce que c'est plus facile construire un sous sol avec une marche a l'intérieur ?!

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