Courthouse Conversion contemporary-basement
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Courthouse Conversion Contemporary Basement, London

Petr Krejci
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http://www.sigmarlondon.com
Basement - contemporary multicolored floor basement idea in London with white walls — Houzz

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jhope wrote:
That rug! - Is it available online? Thank you!
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nancviews

looks like a collection of rugs. Source?


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al Colasante wrote:
Wall color - Does anyone know what color wall this is?
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Sigmar

Wall colour is "Atlantic-salt" from our own "Damo" collection https://www.sigmarlondon.com/shop/paint

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jacnev wrote:
Picture Wall - I love this look. I would appreciate your sharing the dimensions of these shelves and how they are mounted to the wall. Thank you!
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Sigmar

they are 1800mm long and 150mm deep. Make & fitting was made by the contractor on the project.

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