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London Loft Scandinavian Living Room, London

Danish living room photo in London — Houzz

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Maison Jolie wrote:
Flooring - Is this an engineered board or a new depth laminate ?

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Jo Simmons added this to Houzz Tour: A Bright and Open London Loft
Morris was intent on preserving the unique features of the loft, such as the concrete ceiling. “I could have added a new ceiling below the original concrete one and then fitted lights into it, but I wanted to keep the loft aesthetic,” she says. Drilling into solid concrete would have been too difficult, so instead Morris used exposed galvanized conduits to cover the electric cables. “None of the lights are flush-fitted and I think that was the right thing to do,” she says. “There are various pillars and beams that could have been covered up too, but I didn’t want to lose the things I’d originally liked about the space.”
Victoria Harrison added this to Storage Ideas for Small Living Rooms
3. Use vertical space. Think you don’t have room for a bookshelf? These homeowners tapped into their apartment’s vertical space by installing metal shelves on this concrete pillar to support a tall stack of books. This is an idea that could work in any sliver of wall space.You can try a book tower like this one, or use compact metal bookshelf brackets which can be attached to the smallest of wall spaces to create instant shelving.Browse bookcases

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HU-242256466 added this to webuser_242256466's ideas
Love the shelf and the left long "galley" feel
R Keeney added this to Bookcases, Office
Interesting way to store items - CDs?
gobby66 added this to Kitchens
floor. Dinesen. Danish real wood plank flooring
dog dog added this to Bookshelves
Book ‘pile’ love this idea for a bedroom
Red Fox added this to lounges
Small but sensible use of space

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