Claire's Bold & Beautiful Victorian Terrace
Step inside Claire's beautiful Victorian terrace - a pink front door, a freestanding bath and a black Smeg fridge is just the tip of the...
Beth Dadswell | Interior & Garden Designer | Dulwich SE21 London (en-GB)
Interior Design by Imperfect Interiors at this Victorian terraced house in Balham, London. A palette of contemporary paint colours mixed with traditional period details- white walls, black column radiator, potted plant & original Victorian floor tiles make the entrance hallway feel elegant & contemporary. Photo by Chris Snook
Original Style Tiles ~ Tile Manufacturer and Supplier
Victorian Floor Tiles. Available from www.thetilecompany.co.uk // double door entry, high polish, half glass, centered door knob.
Kempe, London, SW16 - Dbl Fronted Location House - SHOOTFACTORY
The property is a large double fronted Victorian house, based in Streatham Common, South West London. It has recently been restored and renovated to a beautiful standard, keeping in mind the period in which it was built. It showcases many original period features such as the large detailed ceiling roses and open fireplaces in both reception rooms. It also offers a unique ravaged, industrial feel in some parts of the house.
Catherine and Rupert found that, as the layout of the rooms was very much as it had been when originally built, it meant that virtually all of the original features – including some lovely fireplaces and superb cornicing – were intact
Stacey Dyer on Instagram: “The second we walked through the front door of this house we knew it was the one for us, the hallway was everything we had ever wanted in a…”
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How High Do I Hang Pictures in My Hallway? — Whitken & Co
One of the common mistakes people make when hanging pictures or art work is hanging it too high. You'll read a lot of advice that says to hang your pictures at "eye level" but eye level for one person can be totally different than eye level for another person. Take for example Sha