General Discussion: interior design


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eazypz
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3333 posts since 16/4/10

18 Jul 2021 20:44
Nice that mate.
MoB
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37150 posts since 31/8/04

19 Jul 2021 09:29
yes stoney Cool
Rdes1974
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267 posts since 29/1/14

19 Jul 2021 09:49
classy!!!
m15try
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1252 posts since 18/8/09

19 Jul 2021 15:15
Missing these to trigger Milspex

Dee
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12004 posts since 22/11/07

posted 19 Jul 2021 16:02, edited 19 Jul 2021 16:02
Reckon Covid got the little emaciated fuker, his folks can rest at ease. ^

Nice work Stoney.
stoney
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17737 posts since 22/1/05

19 Jul 2021 16:28
m15try wrote: Missing these to trigger Milspex


Cheers all. The only thing I like less than these is those canvases or prints that people stick up with a list of all their happy memories like this. I see it a lot in my job. Maybe a report to grumpy thread.



Goldie
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4805 posts since 17/10/07

19 Jul 2021 19:09
Looks mint that Stoney Ubercool
illwill
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4133 posts since 17/5/04

20 Jul 2021 11:06
You got blinds on those bi-folds @stoney?

My kitchen is a furnace today.
TheConductor
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4286 posts since 17/11/09

posted 20 Jul 2021 13:31, edited 20 Jul 2021 13:31
Looking to sell a few pieces and wondered if anyone would be interested here? I'm open to sensible offers (PM me).

Vitra Eames Chrome Wire Chair w/ Black Leather Seat - purchased from a Vitra sample sale about 4 years ago at their Clerkenwell store. I can't remember the price - I thought around £400 and was down from 6, but just googled and see new they're 4. It's in immaculate condition.

https://ibb.co/7GBZGR0

Anglepoise + Paul Smith Type 75 Edition One Desk Lamp w/ original box - purchased from Heal's on Tottenham Court Road and only ever displayed on top of an Eames side table in my bedroom. No marks and in great condition and original bulb which still works.

https://ibb.co/WcrL2sr

Obviously happy to take and send over more pics to interested buyers.

Collection in East London would be preferable.
freedom
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909 posts since 25/4/12

24 Jul 2021 15:54
Anyone on here had any experience buying and renovating a Grade II listed house? Trying to work out how difficult it is to get planning permission and if its worth the hassle?
stoney
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17737 posts since 22/1/05

24 Jul 2021 17:47
illwill wrote: You got blinds on those bi-folds @stoney?

My kitchen is a furnace today.

No, this past week with the bifolds and lantern has been mad hot, moved to front reception as it’s much cooler. I figure there are only a few days a year where it’s an issue. Bought a garden pool for the kids to compensate (yes chav) but best £120 or whatever I’ve spent all year ans it’s been hammered.

NickMSM
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417 posts since 21/8/13

25 Jul 2021 14:51
freedom wrote: Anyone on here had any experience buying and renovating a Grade II listed house? Trying to work out how difficult it is to get planning permission and if its worth the hassle?

Yes, no issues particularly. Can vary from conservation officer though, pot luck if they are sensible or not. No issues from the council for permission to knock through kitchen/dining room although it wasn't an 'original' wall so to speak. It's worth the hassle, can't beat character and the quirks.