Victorian House Southfields

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    Lucy Searle added this to 10 Ways Good Lighting Can Transform a Living Room3 Oct 2019

    Go for neat symmetryTalking of symmetry… This living room has a pleasing pair of matching lights at either end of the main sofa. So why would you coordinate and balance your lighting to such a degree? Well, first of all, the lamps look smart, even unlit. Then, when lit, they’ll throw even pools of light around the room, which means everyone, wherever they’re sitting, will benefit.

    Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to Expert Speak: How to Decorate a Small Living Room7 Nov 2017

    3. Scale down on the number of seats Too many seats can eat up a lot of square footage in a room, making it look cluttered. Plus, it restricts the inhabitants’ mobility. Bhatt says, “Ideally a two- to three-seater couch should be placed against the larger wall, with an occasional chair or a chaise next to it. Another option would be to have larger occasional chairs on either side of a small sofa and a chaise longue opposite. Many configurations can be created for the loose furniture in the living room, depending on the space and layout available.”

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    HU-907643749 added this to My ideas28 Sep 2019

    all white and blue with the oak?

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