House in Chevening road Contemporary Living Room, London
Contemporary enclosed living room in London with a library, white walls, light hardwood floors and no tv. — Houzz
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Jo Simmons added this to
Make seating multi-taskRather than squeeze a conventional sofa or armchair into your small living space, consider having simple benches made with lift-up lids. You can top them with comfy padding and cushions, as shown in this snug room.
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1. Consider all angles Don’t despair at an awkwardly shaped room, sloping ceiling or unusual architectural feature. Instead, embrace the quirky corners and unused alcoves for storage areas, as in this living room. The best storage solutions for odd angles like this tend to be custom-made to maximise the space, so it’s worth getting some professional sketches done. Once you’ve picked the perfect option, find a great cabinetmaker to build it for you.
Victoria Harrison added this to
6. Consider custom built-insThis tricky-shaped corner could easily have been wasted space, but by building in bench seating and shelving, the homeowners have created a beautiful and practical design feature instead. If you have a similarly awkward corner in your living room, talk to a carpenter or builder about a custom solution, and see whether you can use a sloping roof or angled corner to your advantage.It’s time to go bespoke