Sorrento House Living Room

"This is an example of one story being told holistically: the architecture and the interior talk to each other - beautifully. Unadorned materials are used inside and out completing the narrative'. Rob Mills Photography Earl Carter

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Susan Redman added this to How to Buy a Sofa15 Oct 2018

ProfileSofas that encourage prolonged lounging and relaxing often feature plenty of plush pillows and cushions, a wide frame and ample cushioning on broad arms. Additionally, these kinds of sofas often come in various pieces or modular forms, which means the sofa can be transported to other homes or living spaces as separate pieces and assembled in whatever combination works.

Vinita Kunnath added this to 9 Stunning Wall Treatments for Living Rooms15 May 2018

3. Concrete coverWho would’ve thought a concrete-heavy scheme would look so peaceful, cosy and inviting? Here, an oversized, lavishly cushioned L-shaped sofa in a chalky hue softens the look of the cool, edgy feature wall, creating a serene living space.Tip: If you wish to retain the vast expanse of an unbroken concrete wall, yet get some colour in, stain the concrete with your preferred choice of colour.

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happyolio added this to New Cardon Sol13 Aug 2019

I like the tile carpet around the sofa and I like the sofa and the back part where you can sit on it

serinataylor added this to Fireplaces22 Jul 2019

Another fireplace that looks like it is floating... cast concrete? unsure of material we should use.

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