Interior Design in Putney

Last week we showed you an overview of a recently finished project in Putney, today we are going to show you even more detail on the gorgeous design for the living area!

One of my favourite elements in this area is the coffee table, it is bold, modern and chunky – it works perfectly to bring together the very traditional designs of the sofa and chairs and really help highlight the pops of colour.  The window seating was actually one of the only pieces of the previous design that was kept and it works great with the new cushions and shutters.  The drinks cabinet on the right is an absolute god-send in an area that is used for a lot of entertaining!

See how well the table off sets the pops of colours in the bespoke rug?!

The blue in the rug was picked to specially match these beautiful stools, it’s always so exciting to see a more modern take on a very traditional rug design and the bright blue, orange and yellow really make this rug a centre piece.

The base colour for the rug was also designed to work well with the high back chairs that are in a beautiful brushed cotton, these chairs also help to zone the room so that you can feel like you are completely secluded and not part of the kitchen area – something that is so important in an open plan space.

Even from this angle the living area is very separate from both the dining table and kitchen – it’s own little haven within this gorgeous large space.

What’s your favourite design element in this room?

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3 comments

  • Daisy April 4, 2012   Reply →

    Love the chairs! They look perfect for a read of a good book!

  • net curtains September 7, 2012   Reply →

    Awesome carpet. I not really a fan of carpet but this one is so beautiful.

  • dear head October 23, 2012   Reply →

    On first glance, the both of us had the same first thing to notice about the living room, which is the chunky coffee table. Indeed it made quite an impact on the room's whole ambiance with its simple accented design over its visible features.

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