Birchgrove House modern-living-room
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Birchgrove House Modern Living Room, Sydney

The living room pavilion is deliberately separated from the existing building by a central courtyard to create a private outdoor space that is accessed directly from the kitchen allowing solar access to the rear rooms of the original heritage-listed Victorian Regency residence.
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Example of a mid-sized minimalist open concept slate floor and black floor living room design in Sydney with green walls, no fireplace and a wall-mounted tv — Houzz

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pudlma wrote:
What is the manufacturer of the sofa and the sofa name?
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Melocco and Moore Architects
Hi the coach is by Norman and Quaine (Sydney) its called the Colombia.
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Savvy Home

Hi, we carry a large number of similar on-sale styles. You can browse through them here http://www.savvyhomestore.com/select/living-room/fabric/sofa?styletags=7,21,39

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elisadivittorio wrote:
who makes the rug please
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Melocco and Moore Architects
HI the rug is from Tibet Rugs Woollahra Sydney

http://www.tibetsydney.com/index.php
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flopsycat1 wrote:
Ceiling height - How high if the ceiling at its maximum? Thank you.
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Hi , the ceiling runs form a low point of 2.5m to a high point of 3.5m
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Steven wrote:
Where are the sconces above the window from? - Considering something similar at the base of a cathedral ceiling in our new home and really would like to see if it is feasible. Completely new construction so it's easy to still add it in!
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M’facturer: Bega
Spec: surface washer 7460 1 QT-DE 12 W
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annebraseby wrote:
where are the transom louver windows from?
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