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.
Woodchuck's Fine Furniture & Decor
This modern, fun living space is inviting and great for large groups to congregate and have great conversations.
Palmerston Design Consultants
Ana Williamson Architect
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Modular meets modern, enhanced by the Modern Linear fireplace's panoramic view
Ron's Hardwood Floors & Co
Hallmark Floors Real Reclaimed Look, Organic 567 Oolong Engineered Hardwood installation and remodeled living room. http://hallmarkfloors.com/hallmark-hardwoods/organic-567-engineered-collection/ Organic 567 Engineered Collection for floors, walls, and ceilings. A blending of natural, vintage materials into contemporary living environments, that complements the latest design trends. The Organic 567 Collection skillfully combines today’s fashions and colors with the naturally weathered visuals of reclaimed wood. Like our Organic Solid Collection, Organic 567 fuses modern production techniques with those of antiquity. Hallmark replicates authentic, real reclaimed visuals in Engineered Wood Floors with random widths and lengths. This unique reclaimed look took three years for our design team to develop and it has exceeded expectations! You will not find this look anywhere else. Exclusive to Hallmark Floors, the Organic Collections are paving the way with innovation and fashion. Coated with our NuOil® finish to provide 21st century durability and simplicity of maintenance. The NuOil® finish adds one more layer to its contemporary style and provides a natural look that you will not find in any other flooring collection today. The Organic 567 Collection is the perfect choice for floors, walls and ceilings. This one of a kind style is exclusively available through Hallmark Floors.
Fairview Hearthside Distributors
The Lucius 140-2/3 is a stunning, frameless peninsula fireplace with a full view on one side and a 2/3 partial view on the opposite side.
Griffin Enright Architects
The living room is connected to the outdoors by telescoping doors that fold into deep pockets.
Green Building Supply
Colors: VirginBlue, Van Gogh, Caribbean
Le Graffe ARCHITETTI
L’eleganza e la semplicità dell’ambiente rispecchiano il suo abitante
Guideline Studios, LLC
The expansive Living Room features a floating wood fireplace hearth and adjacent wood shelves. The linear electric fireplace keeps the wall mounted tv above at a comfortable viewing height. Generous windows fill the 14 foot high roof with ample daylight.
UK PRO-BUILD LTD
New anthracite, acoustic windows; oak skirting boards; feature coppice lighting; feature media wall with mood lighting; gas fire fitted complete with flue and fireproof plaster board and plaster. The client didnt want to feel like this space was ever a garage so we added all high end fixtures to make this happen. Now its a cosy, modern entertaining space.
This 6,500-square-foot one-story vacation home overlooks a golf course with the San Jacinto mountain range beyond. The house has a light-colored material palette—limestone floors, bleached teak ceilings—and ample access to outdoor living areas. Builder: Bradshaw Construction Architect: Marmol Radziner Interior Design: Sophie Harvey Landscape: Madderlake Designs Photography: Roger Davies