London Loft Apartment transitional-family-room
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London Loft Apartment

Petr Krejci
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http://www.sigmarlondon.com
Example of a transitional loft-style light wood floor family room design in London with a media wall — Houzz

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tka2014 wrote:
Size of the area above stairs - Thank you for providing measurement for the entire flat - any chance you can tell me the size of the area shown here in the photo. Above staircase. Thank you in advance
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Sigmar

We dont have the details anymore Im afraid but the open space is roughly around 6x4m or so before the kitchen area im guessing. hope this helps

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tka2014
Great - Thank you !
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Cathy Bianculli wrote:
Wall paint - What color is the wall paint??
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Sigmar

The colour is "Sure grey" from ourdamo collection, at Sigmar

https://www.sigmarlondon.com/shop/paint


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leighbaker33 wrote:
Flooring - Is the floor wood or tile, made to look like wood?
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Sigmar

it is a herringbone oak wooden floor.

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tka2014 wrote:
Size of space - What are the dimensions of this space here
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Sigmar

The total of this one bedroom flat was 69 sqm

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C R wrote:
chair stools - Can you tell me where to get the small stools?
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Sigmar

Im afraid that they are a vintage find that we recovered in tan leather. look at 1st dibs. best of luck

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juliematteau wrote:
Love the windows! - Which make are they?
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Sigmar

They are the old Victorian windows of the building. not new ones. simply painted dark.

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singkatlean wrote:
Where did you find your shallow cabinets? - We also have a dire need of shallow cabinets (under 15" depth). Please, where did you find yours? Thank you for your help!
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Sigmar

Hi there, the built in storage was designed by Sigmar and then custom made for the space. Hope that helps and best of luck with your project!

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Sean Moore wrote:
Love the chairs and couch! - I'd love the info on the leather chair and matching couch, along with the recliner please! Thanks!
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Hi Sean, these pieces are all vintage. The chair is a Borsani P40 lounge chair. Hope that helps!

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jo Simmons added this to Houzz Tour: Smart Design Boosts Space in a Snug Apartment
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A single professional womanLocation: West LondonSize: About 750 square feet (69.6 square meters); one bedroom, one bathroomDesigner: Ebba Thott of SigmarTo increase the feeling of airiness in the flat, the team removed part of the ceiling over the living room and exposed the roof beams. “We painted the ceiling white to contrast against the gray walls,” Thott says. “It lifts the space in here.”The living room is furnished with vintage pieces that suit its scale. “You should spend on things that fit the space and that you can take with you for your whole life,” Thott says. “So, nothing large and bulky.”Wall paint: Sure Grey from the Damo paint collection, Sigmar; metal pendant light: vintage Henning Larsen; 1950s suede Swedish sofa and armchair and 1930s Italian floor lamp: Sigmar; lounge chair: vintage P40, Osvaldo Borsani; pillow: Holland & Sherry
Feioi added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Managing a Remodel
6. Stand by for decisions — and more decisions. Your builder will present many questions and decisions to you along the way. Which tiles do you want on the walls? Where do you want these wall lights? What color do you want on the baseboards? Your best bet will be to try to pre-empt as many of these decisions as possible and have the answers ready or, even better, provide the information in advance. Making these decisions under pressure can lead to impulse moves you may regret later. However, taking too long could hold up the project, costing you time, money and the patience of your builder. No one wants an unhappy builder. Inevitably, there will be some questions you couldn’t have anticipated, but if you communicate well with your contractors, they should, where possible, give you time to make a decision without holding up the project. Don’t be afraid to ask their opinion on the best course of action, but don’t feel pressured to compromise on the design if you don’t want to.

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