Transitional Living RoomTransitional Living Room, London

Example of a transitional light wood floor living room design in London with a music area and gray walls —  Houzz
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alemat wrote:Jan 16, 2015
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    Hub Architects and Designers ltd
    HI, The client and house owner found the giraffe in Banana Republic, it had been used as part of a shop display and was going to be thrown out. The builders collected it and carefully stored and moved it around the site during construction. Best wishes Kate (director Hub Architects)
  • damo0501

    Expensive but try FAO Schwarz they have a lot of animals like that

cathyols wrote:Apr 9, 2016
  • dd_sylvian

    It looks like Benjamin Moore's November Rain to me.

racsun_81 wrote:May 10, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Shana Levy McCracken added this to 10 Tips for Scoring Deals at Estate SalesJul 7, 2017

    5. If you love it, buy it. No matter how unusual an item is, if you love something, there’s someone else out there who will appreciate it too. Yes, prices may go down tomorrow, but the risk is too high that if you pass it up, the piece you dreamed about overnight will be gone when you return.This applies to the period of time you’re at a sale as well. Recently I spied a couple of super-cool shopping totes made of straw. I made a mental note to come back to them after I’d checked out the rest of the house. By the time I returned to the living room, another lady was in the process of paying for both of them. (How could she not leave at least one for me?!) The best way to avoid this is to either pick up the item right away and carry it with you or set it aside. There is usually a table near the register for this purpose. You can always change your mind later.

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