Chelsea houseTransitional Living Room, London
Hélène Dabrowski Interiors
Photo by Helen Jermyn
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Narrow rooms. In a very tight tunnel-shaped room, rather than breaking the space into multiple microzones, embrace the length and fit in one full-size sofa. When you’re watching TV or reading a book, you won’t mind that the sofa faces a wall (while you stretch out and appreciate the extra lounging space), and when simply passing through, you will notice that the space looks extra long.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Frame a doorway… Create the impression of a tropical paradise outside a doorway by placing large potted plants just beyond the frame. The result: A tantalising glimpse of foliage, even if the door only leads to your hall, bathroom or a narrow outdoor space.