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A House for All SeasonsScandinavian Living Room, Melbourne

This is an example of a mid-sized scandinavian open concept living room in Melbourne with concrete floors and grey floor. —  Houzz
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Melissa Gerke added this to How to Use Recycled Timber in Your Renovation4 February 2020

Another way to combine timbers is by juxtaposing their features. ‘Feature’ grade wood has more gum veins and knots – and even insect trails – than ‘select’ grade timber, which has a more consistent tone. Combine the two and they won’t clash for attention. Your turnHave you integrated recycled elements in your renovation? What did you learn from the experience? Tell us in the Comments below, like this story, save the images for inspiration, and join the conversation.MoreWant more design inspiration? Check out 9 Times European Designers Used Mirrors Ingeniously

Georgia Madden added this to 23 Great Joinery Features From Homes Across Australia18 December 2019

8. Window frame. Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Poly Studio

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Distinct Design by Jenfura added this to Jennifer's Ideas3 October 2021

Extra hidden storage and seating

jlkj added this to Townhouse living16 July 2021

possible idea for the townhouse instead of access via sliding door??? eg - have normal door and window seat??

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