Living Room with No Fireplace Ideas and Designs
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studio, eclectic look, blue
Truly unique, this captivating seven-bedroom family home is a visual feast of arresting colours, textures, finishes and striking architecture – fortified by a playful nod to bygone design quirks like the 60s-style sunken seating area. Entirely open-plan, the ground floor kitchen, living, and dining space stretches out into a verdant garden through a wall of striking Crittall doors.
Slick, colourful and open plan providing an incredible space for both dining and entertaining.
Andrew Jonathan Design
Tallon Perry Interiors
Adam Carter Photography & Philippa Spearing Styling
Absolute Project Management
A formal lounge has been selected to complement the stunning original features and natural light. Elegant cream sofas, bespoke built in bookshelves, an atique chandelier and a mirrored alcove make the best of this lovely light room. This project was completed by Absolute Project Management, interior design and project management for home renovations in the London and Brighton and Hove area. Click here to find out more about Absolute Project Management: https://absoluteprojectmanagement.com/ Click here to see more of this project: https://absoluteprojectmanagement.com/portfolio/kristin-hampstead/
Lynn Palmer Architects Ltd
Minoli ceramic floor tiles add some interest to this airy living room. Bi-fold doors leading out into the garden allow the room to flood with light.
Thomas Davies Kitchens
Stunning Nolte German kitchen in an unusal 'T' shaped space combining a kitchen, living and dining area. The doors are a light grey/cashmere colur with the island in a genuine metal finish. Key features include a BORA induction hop with integrated extractor, corian worktops that run seamlessly with corian sinks, a Quooker Flex 3-in-1 boiling water tap, an L-Shaped breakfast bar, a full height Liebherr wine conditioning unit, Miele ovens, a tinted mirror splashback. We also designed and installed the media wall cabinetry in the area opposite. Christina Bull Photography
Kährs Chevron – chic, classic looks with a modern twist. Kährs has introduced a new patterned wood floor collection for Spring 2016. Offered in four on-trend colour tones, new Chevron creates a classical parquet-look with speed and ease. Matching frameboards can then be used around the edge of a room, to create a border for the stunning design. Unlike traditional parquet staves which are glued down piece-by-piece, Kährs’ Chevron has a modern, plank format – measuring 1848x300x15mm - which is fast to install. The angled chevron pattern and ingenious ‘parallelogram’ short ends create the continuous V-shaped design, which is further emphasized by a bevelled edge. All boards are brushed to create a tactile lived-in look, which complements the warm white, weathered grey, classic brown and dark brown colour tones and the lively oak graining. Kährs Chevron has a multi-layered construction, made up of a sustainable oak surface layer and a plywood core. This eco-friendly, engineered format makes the floor more stable and ideal for installation over underfloor heating.
Fabulous open plan kitchen, dining, sitting room with very clearly defined areas. Interior design & bespoke kitchen designed by Ensoul.
Stylish neutral living room using subtle on trend gold tones adding realistic faux plants. Adding intrest with detailed lighting.
Ed Kingsford Photography
Ola Jachymiak Studio
This holistic project involved the design of a completely new space layout, as well as searching for perfect materials, furniture, decorations and tableware to match the already existing elements of the house. The key challenge concerning this project was to improve the layout, which was not functional and proportional. Balance on the interior between contemporary and retro was the key to achieve the effect of a coherent and welcoming space. Passionate about vintage, the client possessed a vast selection of old trinkets and furniture. The main focus of the project was how to include the sideboard,(from the 1850’s) which belonged to the client’s grandmother, and how to place harmoniously within the aerial space. To create this harmony, the tones represented on the sideboard’s vitrine were used as the colour mood for the house. The sideboard was placed in the central part of the space in order to be visible from the hall, kitchen, dining room and living room. The kitchen fittings are aligned with the worktop and top part of the chest of drawers. Green-grey glazing colour is a common element of all of the living spaces. In the the living room, the stage feeling is given by it’s main actor, the grand piano and the cabinets of curiosities, which were rearranged around it to create that effect. A neutral background consisting of the combination of soft walls and minimalist furniture in order to exhibit retro elements of the interior. Long live the vintage!
Honey Bee Interiors