Diana's First HouseTraditional Living Room, London

This is a traditional Victorian terraced house with a double reception room separated by huge wooden doors. The front half is used as a living room where the family like to relax and watch TV, or sit when they are entertaining family and friends. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball All White, and the skirting in Cornforth White. The floorboards are original, sanded and stained. Bright colours (purple sofa with lime green cushions) help inject colour whilst the black and white pattern, the glass and mirror finishes help keep the look stylish and chic.

Example of a classic formal and enclosed medium tone wood floor living room design in London with white walls, a standard fireplace, a metal fireplace and a tv stand —  Houzz
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grish2001 wrote:Apr 27, 2015
  • beverlynn

    Where were the sofa and loveseat purchased? I'm looking for purple furniture!

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    You can find some similar inexpensive purple sofas from here would you believe: http://fave.co/2ehGBGZ

    Alternatively, www.sofasandstuff.com are great and cover in any fabric choice!

    I hope that's helpful?

    Thanks, Diana & Laura

Madhavi Rao wrote:Feb 1, 2018
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    My Bespoke Room


    The dimensions of the room are 4.45m x 3.73m

    All the best

  • diana6868

    So beautiful - brings tears to my eyes.

andreinag wrote:Oct 12, 2015
Hershey Hill wrote:Dec 31, 2016
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    My Bespoke Room

    Happy New Year! The walls are Farrow and Ball All White, and the skirtings are Farrow and Ball Cornforth White.

Kelly wrote:Feb 27, 2015
pivoinenoire wrote:Jan 26, 2015
jslailson wrote:Aug 27, 2014

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to Ask an Expert: How to Decorate a Long, Narrow RoomApr 20, 2015

Avoid the “corridor effect.” “Choose items that can be positioned to break up the feeling of a long, thin room, such as small coffee tables, side tables or armchairs,” Greenhalgh says. “Break up the corridor effect by positioning pieces of furniture in clusters, instead of in a row.” This tricks the eye into seeing a wider space. “For example, pick different seating options and arrange them together, instead of having just one long sofa against the long wall,” she says. And don’t be afraid to use bold furnishings, fixtures and fittings, Black advises, noting that they will add visual interest.

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Mi piace la mucca morta a terra

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