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Stackyard House Scandinavian Living Room, London

David Butler
Living room - scandinavian open concept medium tone wood floor living room idea in London with white walls and a wood stove — Houzz

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awdodd1 wrote:
what is on the wall behind the woodstove? Thank you

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Bryan Anthony added this to Photo Flip: 40 Wood-Burning Stoves to Set Your Heart Aflame
4. This Scandinavian-inspired living room in London by Mole Architects includes a large tiled cavity that houses a wood-burning stove and a stack of firewood. The black tiles lining the cavity pop against the crisp white walls.Browse black tiles on Houzz

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angeleg added this to FIREPLACE
12. Maintain your wood stove or fireplace. If you have a fireplace or wood stove, it’s essential for safety that you have it serviced before lighting the first fire of the season. If you haven’t done so already, schedule an appointment to have your chimney inspected and, if necessary, cleaned.13. Clean carpeting and area rugs. Have area rugs and carpeting professionally cleaned if needed, or spot-clean on your own. Rotate area rugs before putting them back in place — this will help prevent one side from becoming more worn or faded than the other.Tell us in the Comments: What’s on your to-do list this October?More: Start the Season Right With Some Fall Cleaning To-Dos
Anne Michelle Johal added this to for 231
the high internal structure and that it's square with clean lines.
Anne Michelle Johal added this to annemichelle81's ideas
fireplace in large cavity with room for the firewood

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