Penthouse refurbishment in London’s Financial District.

If you have little space in open plan living, it is important to zone the space and define the separate areas. This can be achieved through a rug under the dining table or a sideboard behind a sofa.

Photographer: Philip Vile

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adismomadismom wrote:29 September 2014
  • adismom
    7 years ago
    Thanks a lot TG -studio.Will definitely contact them.
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    Midas Craft
    7 years ago
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becky
Becky Harris added this to 16 Great Ideas for World-Class, Pocket-Sized Balconies20 October 2016

12. Think about how the furnishings look from indoorsIf another room has big views of the balcony, you want to enhance them rather than block them. Here an artful statement chair by Patricia Urquiola adds a sculptural touch, while low tables keep the main view open.

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margostreifinget
Margo Streifinger added this to My Future Home11 October 2021

Sudan chair and rug under table

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Janette added this to Balcony18 April 2021

Outdoor rug under a round table.

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