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Inspiration for a large scandinavian open concept medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room remodel in Stockholm with white walls and no tv — Houzz

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elmo62 wrote:
Who makes this sofa ?
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Savvy Home

Hi, we carry a large number of similar fabric chaise sectionals. Please view our entire selection here http://www.savvyhomestore.com/product/fabric/sofa/broadway-sofa-by-lazar-industries

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Monarch Sofas

i think this company is located in scandinavia... so if you're looking for a sectional in the US, we can help.

if you need custom sizes, let me know. we can make the perfect sofa or sectional for you. you send us the exact size you need, and we make it to those exact dimensions, to perfectly fit your space.

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intriguing interiors wrote:
Coffee table? - Who makes the coffee table please?
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stjohnturtles

I'd like to know this too.

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smkj
make/model/color of area rug?
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Devin wrote:
Love the paint - What color is it?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Decorate a Coffee Table
Candles and flowers. Flowers and taper candles are two design standbys that will help your coffee table style reach new heights. Additionally, flowers add a pop of color, while candlesticks can add a flash of glam metal, so they’re even better together.If you have multiple candlesticks, try slicing an inch or two off the bottom of one candle to vary the heights, adding even more interest.
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 7 Major Decorating Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
2. Buying furniture without measuring. It’s hard to judge the scale of furniture when it’s sitting on a vast showroom floor. That’s why homeowners are sometimes shocked to find that the beautiful sectional or coffee table they saw in a showroom looks as though it eats up the entire room when it’s sitting in their living room. Solution: If you know what measurements you’re shopping for, you can let the cold hard numbers guide you when your eyes might be playing tricks. Measure (or even mark with tape) the area available for each major piece so that you can figure out an acceptable size range. Bring these measurements with you when furniture shopping and stick to them. If you fall in love with something out of your size range, ask if it comes in different sizes, or have it measured and bring the measurements home to tape off in your space to make sure it’s a size you are happy with.

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