High end apartment in South Kensington, London scandinavian-dining-room
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High end apartment in South Kensington, London Scandinavian Dining Room, London

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http://www.aflux.co.uk
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etienne151 wrote:
Will you please share the dimensions of the cushions? - We would like to do an L-shaped banquette but want to make sure the slant of the cushions is comfortable. I see that you offered to share dimensions with someone else. Would you also share with me please? etiennerlogan@gmail.com. Thank you!
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Mary Nell Davis

I would Love to have the dimensions of the cushions. Such a unique look!

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pogowogo wrote:
What are dimensions of slanted back cushion, at top and at bottom?
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Aflux Designs

hi there. can you message us your email so then we can send you the drawings. the answers will all be on there

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Nicole Gislason wrote:
What is the brand of lighting?
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Aflux Designs
hey. its from heals. but it was bought back in early 2014. not sure if they still stock them
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margiemcarthur wrote:
Hi. Where is the table from? Perfect!
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ironwoman1212

yes, where? love the shape.


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nbasu1 wrote:
Banquette - Where is the banquette from?
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Aflux Designs
hi. this was actually designed by us and then built by our joiners.
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Farannera wrote:
Dimensions - I love this look! Would you be willing to send me the dimensions? iamchadzmom@yahoo.com
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pogowogo wrote:
What is width of seat cushion (how far it sticks out from wall?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sara Emslie added this to Small-Space Heroes
Create sociable seating in a small alcove. A built-in bench makes the most of a small alcove for seating many people. For best results, commission a carpenter to build one to your specifications and factor in underseat storage for a fabulously chic dual-purpose furniture setup. Upholstery in rich velvet or linen is a smart touch. Consider using the same fabric for any window treatments to create an elegant but pared-down feel to the tiny space, and to give it a simple, harmonious look, rather than chopping up — and therefore shrinking — the space with different shades.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

baffada added this to Bosworth Family/Dining/Living
Breakfast nook - low bench in front of window with 2 chairs
Tracy Lovejoy added this to Lovejoy - Dining Room
The low back bench style here is I think what we imagine

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