Less room doesn’t have to mean less style. With clever ways to furnish even the smallest of spots, there’s a solution for every compact living room and awkward corner space. We’ve chosen some of our best designs that work perfectly in smaller homes where.
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Our Penelope armchair, with its high, tufted back makes it one comfy place to take the weight off your feet and its smart, turned legs are a lovely traditional feature. Penelope would work brilliantly as an accent chair to offset larger items around the living room or, alternatively, would sit very pretty in the corner of the bedroom. The Penelope armchair is shown in magenta and teal velvet fabrics, but can be made bespoke in any fabric that you'd like.
When it comes to furnishing your home, it is easy to play it safe and opt for neutral colours that you can dress up. Instead why not try something a bit more daring? A splash of unexpected colour can transform a room from boring to breathtaking so if you're .
Reading Room - Bookshelf Ideas - Living Room & Study Design Ideas (houseandgarden.co.uk) Want to recreate the look? To see our fantastic collection of desk and task lamps click here: http://www.shinelighting.co.uk/all-lighting/interior-lighting/table-floor-lamps/type/desk-+-task
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Frame armchair, £599 MADE.COM It makes a feature of its structure. Slender yet strong, its elegant brass frame supports the back and arms, seamlessly transitioning into the legs of the chair, giving an industrial feel to every living room.
Teal Appeal: 5 ways to use this bold colour in your home. Teal provides a great backdrop for other bright colours to stand out. Below we styled bold pink, red and green shades in front of a subdued teal background which allow them to really pop.