London Georgian Apartment
Photo by Nathalie Priem
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Choose the right coffee tableA coffee table will reinforce the rug as a focal point and provide a useful surface for books, drinks and nibbles.As a rule of thumb, it should be the same height as the seat cushions of your main sofa, or a little lower. The overall dimensions of the coffee table will depend on your room, but allow for a space of 30cm to 45cm between the coffee table and any seating around it.
Slim it downSofas come in all shapes, but most of them take up a huge amount of space. If your room is small, consider a slim design like this, which has a less bulky back support and arms, so has a smaller footprint. This sofa also has thin, tall legs, leaving the floor visible beneath it for an airy feel.A good trick is to move your sofa forward from the wall a few inches, which will create a flow of air around it and provide a greater sense of space.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
The neutral dove grey wall colour is like a canvas which is complementing the dark walnut floor. The designer has injected the jewel colour to the sofa and to the wall paint. Rest is kept very minimalistic. To emphasise the high ceiling the designer has used tall wall mirror, also the painting is hanging quite high.