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DS Interior Design
Rosebery Road
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scheme like this, creating an intimate atmosphere with a softer pool of light over the table. The bright trio also distracts attention from the world outside – useful if you live on a busy street.
“Fabulous copper lighting” — True Colours Interiors
Inspired Design Ltd
Somerset Cottage
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off a lovely soft glow, but just enough to read by – nothing too bright. At the other end of the bedroom there’s a French door with a little balcony outside. It’s a lovely room to spend time in.’ The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball Cornforth White, and Nicola found the bed linen at The White Company
“Pendant Light” — Sojourner Lang
Amitzi Architects
house G
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Focus on the positive. "The niche in which the dining table sits is rather deep and far from the outside windows," says Yuval Amitzi of Amitzi Architects. "It therefore lacks natural light, and this top-lit wallpaper surface provides an alternative focus
“round table” — bradrogersau
Paxton Gate
1 Review
Residential Deck
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for an eclectic, personalized vibe. More: Your Floor: An Introduction to Solid-Plank Wood Floors Using Flooring to Blur the Line Between Inside and Outside Designer Confessions: Torn Between Wood Floors
“Deck & garden” — americanmaid76
Tracery Interiors
Porch
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7. Outdoors. Even on a chilly day, bundling up to read outside can be a refreshing change. Carry your book out to the porch, deck or patio, along with a thick blanket and a hot drink if there's a nip in the air
“salincak ve manzara” — beuphrates
ome.co.il
orit
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Sleek and sophisticated, this low console is topped by a matching television. I must admit, I might be distracted by the beautiful view outside the windows of this particular room. But the TV display idea, I like!
“TV” — Annabelle Graham
Planet Fur
The sparkin' new home
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Tip No. 1: Go outside! The more you bring in from the outdoors, the more fall-like your home will become. Fallen or trimmed branches are free and add a unique sculptural
“Origami” — gregorlo
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Dining Rooms - Devon
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Smooth things overWooden chairs with a smooth, curved finish seem to capture the natural elements of outside and bring them in to this kitchen-diner. The reflective finish on the table keeps the room bright and fresh while the chairs look like sophisticated driftwood, beautifully shaped by the sea.
“white table and wood” — mcdonaghgf
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