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Bright Scandinavian dining room with roof windows and increased natural light…

Roof windows and increased natural light - Hege in France - white scandinavian dining room with wishbone chairs and a garden view. Natural light in abundance.

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Seriously, bathroom galleries are the best. I prefer one easily viewed from the toilet ;) I wish I'd photographed the magazine page collage we made in the bathroom in our old house.

with Angela Brennan artwork

I like the idea of an oversized piece of art in the living room of my home. This particular piece of oversized art looks like it's lacking something, though. Maybe different shades? It looks too two-dimensional. Search for more oversized art.

This wonderful kitchen extension in South London was filled with sunshine and style; grey cupboards with brass details and Carrara marble worktops

Imagine spending sunny summer days chilling out and cooking and pottering about in this lovely Shaker kitchen. The skylights flood this room with the softest light and the big central island is the perfect little spot for friends and family to gather.

Helen Beard

Helen Beard, ceramic bangle (could connect with history - present day versus past. Or present day versus future view)

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7 Best Ways to Decorate Around the TV - Maria Killam

Principles of design: Balance: This could at first appear to be symmetrical, but when you look at all the elements, such as the drawers on the left & the ottomans on the right, it makes it broken up more so it's not in such tight symmetry.

Gallery wall - I like the use of doubles

Eclectic gallery wall inspiration featuring vintage and modern prints and small artwork in mostly neutral colors - Art Wall Decor

Amble Hanging Seat | Tom Raffield

The graceful Amble Hanging Seat symbolises a moment to relax. Handcrafted by the Tom Raffield studio in Cornwall, England, using sustainable wood (ash).

Interior by Anne Harrington Design, painting (right) by Michelle Breton and suzanna Lang (left) from Thierry B.