Long CrendonScandinavian Living Room, London
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26. A layer of bricks behind the wood-burning stove in this London living room by Mailen Design helps to protect the wall. The tops of the bricks also provide a great ledge for displaying art.
Stick to neutrals. This inviting space has been given a warm glow with a combination of plywood cabinetry and off-white walls. The room is quite open with glass on either side, but the warm caramel tones throughout the space help it feel snug and inviting. Accents of black and gray work well in the modern space, as they help balance out the pale brown hues.
1. Enjoy a cozy sitting room. This is a place where people are the focal point. Think of comfy chairs, shelves packed with books and photo albums, nice lighting and perhaps some games or cards on hand. If you have a fireplace or wood stove, make use of it and gather round the fire on a crisp fall evening.Updated Wood Stoves Keep Home Fires Burning