At No 19
We were called in to totally revamp the lounge in this 1990's house. The room was totally dominated by an enormous red brick inglenook fireplace. The client had a few pieces of wooden furnitue they wished to retain. The fireplace area was totally revamped by removing a huge oak mantle and plastering over the brickwork. An inset multifuel burner installed and window seats within the old inglenook doubled up as log and coal storage. We removed the carpet and laid Quickstep laminate. The existing wooden furniure was professionally spray painted and a bespoke TV and display unit manufactured to match. Inspiration for the colour scheme was taken from the original stained glass windows within the inglenook. A large sofa with chaise, a smaller accent sofa and a leather Stressless recliner chair and stool sought to finish the scheme. Luxaflex Silhouette Shades were added for solar and privacy control.
CHRISTIAN DEAN ARCHITECTURE, LLC
Lauren M. Levine Interiors
Photo by Tim Prendergast
Creative Furniture Galleries
Features: Wood Veneer Frame 2 Frame Finishes 9 Front finishes The rear panels are in the chosen frame finish The lacquer lamination surfaces in high gloss and matt are very scratch-resistant because of the UV-lacquer The single pane safety, clear glass doors are glue-processed with high quality fittings All doors and drawers have a soft close mechanism, drawers are full pull-outs LED lighting optional, regulate your lighting atmosphere with a transmit dimmer and infrared repeater Dimensions: W 117.70" x D 20"/12.20" x H 74.80"
Brett Bulthuis Photography
Whipple Russell Architects
Laurel Way Beverly Hills modern home office lounge area
Photo By Adza
En esta vista general del salón vemos al fondo la separación con la zona de noche. A la derecha una ventana en mirador que deja entrar mucha luz natural que se completa con una candileja perimetral para la luz artificial indirecta. emmme studio
We were commissioned to give this clients tired and dated living room a makeover. They wanted a room that was contemporary and modern but one which felt homely and inviting. We went for a very simple colour scheme of greys and whites with a pop of colour brought in from the plants. The key to this scheme was the fabrics we used for the curtains and pelmet and then brought it into the scheme with these gorgeous cushions on the sofa. We also went for fully wallpapered walls using this beautiful Casadeco Wallpaper The end result was a room that felt inviting and calming. The client was delighted.
LDB HOMES LLC
SAV Digital Environments
Whitney Kamman Photography