Potts Point 1 bedroomContemporary Living Room, Sydney

Sue Stubbs

Contemporary living room in Sydney with beige walls. —  Houzz
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laurenamber wrote:27August,2014
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    Jumble & Stack
    5 years ago
    Hi Lauren, You can get the sofa from Jardan. Its called the 'Marvin'. http://www.jardan.com.au/
  • Damith Samarakoon
    5 years ago
    Love that black plant. Assume its artificial? Any idea where its from ?
Melissa Tarron wrote:29December,2014
  • Christine Ghrayche
    5 years ago
    Hi Melissa, considering both the size of the mirror and the designer of the room I strongly believe that the mirror is custom made. Of course you can find similar products online, but if you want the same thing you would need to speak with a professional picture framer. I would estimate it could be made for as low as $500, or as high as a few thousand, but that all depends on the quality of the mirror, the quality of the timber, and the quality of the craftsmanship.
Kelly H wrote:11October,2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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    Warm white lightAt the lower end of the Kelvin scale, warm white light ranges from 2700K to 3500K. This produces a warm, yellow light that is closest to an early sunrise or late sunset.

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    Sartorial Interiors added this to Don’t Be an Interiors Chromophobe!17 July 2016

    Strategy 4: Lean on natural materials for warm huesLook to natural timbers and leather to add warm hues to your home’s interiors, without actually adding colour. In the living room pictured here, the tan tones of the leather sofa create warmth in an otherwise plain room. A beige-coloured textured wallpaper and gold accents complete this modern sophisticated look, which comfortably takes its cues from the colourings of the natural materials.

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    Louise O'Bryan added this to 5 Timeless Pieces Every Home Should Have31 May 2016

    Leather sofas, for example, are beautifully versatile and work with everything from contemporary to country-style living spaces. Their classic good looks ensure they’re never in or out of fashion, and they’re perfect for family homes that need a practical option to stand the test of time. To find a leather sofa that captures a timeless essence, look out for sleek lines and elegant legs.

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    Tennille Joy Interiors added this to Fabric Vs Leather: Which Sofa Best Suits You?16 February 2016

    LEATHERThe upsides Leather upholstery lasts at least five years longer than fabric. Hides are stronger than fabric, stain resistant (in darker colours) and less likely to tear or fray. Because of this, a leather sofa is one you’re likely to keep for half a lifetime. Unlike fabric, leather can be easily wiped down to clean up spills when babies, kids and pets are around … or a grown-up manages to slosh their red wine about.What to pair with leather furniture

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

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    Vanessa Wallace added this to Back Living20 hours ago

    similar to what we have - brown leather, black mat, creamish walls - do I still like it???

    alison_m64
    Alison M added this to En-lai's ideas2 May 2020

    masculine feel - brown, black accents

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