General Discussion: interior design


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TheConductor
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4233 posts since 17/11/09

16 Sep 2020 10:14
burny wrote:
TheConductor wrote: Burny, any more info?

Do you mean on the Judd exhibition? From what I can tell it's very small. Just a few of the chairs. It's at The Edit Shop in Notting Hill. https://shop-edit.com
Ta!
R
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13051 posts since 17/5/03

16 Sep 2020 19:33
morning mist wrote:
R wrote: I don't use insta, but it's been big for years. great chair - going to get a couple I think.

going to look great with your Noguchi table and Basquiat collection

ironically the table has grown on me a lot recently. always hated it.
eazypz
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3218 posts since 16/4/10

17 Sep 2020 19:15
Does someone on here have an Ercol Love Seat? And what do you think of it?
velvet
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9546 posts since 12/6/06

posted 18 Sep 2020 16:46, edited 18 Sep 2020 16:46
don't suppose anyone knows where i can get these prints from?

Dee
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11703 posts since 22/11/07

18 Sep 2020 17:47
https://www.eastudios.com/shop/galleries/artists/comic_art/beano-letter-w-large-framed/
stoney
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17579 posts since 22/1/05

18 Sep 2020 18:28
Just about to do a big extension and refurb. Mrs wants to go s shaker kitchen. I’m thinking. Matt modern style might be better. It’s like zone 5 subberbs
Crackajack
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7627 posts since 21/4/05

18 Sep 2020 18:44
Copy the ones on Rightmove near you that sold for the most £££ recently?
stoney
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17579 posts since 22/1/05

18 Sep 2020 19:03
It‘s not so straightforward in a family good leafyposfcode, would a shaker or modern kitchen be better
morgan
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982 posts since 22/2/11

19 Sep 2020 07:40
Recommendations for a drafting/draughtmans chair.
Seen some ugly ones that look comfortable and some cool ones that don’t.

Probably be spending 8 hours a day sat/stood so would like a good looking chair that also comfortable.

Budget probably no more than £300 but will make exceptions for something a bit above that.

sodomgomorra
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1581 posts since 24/3/14

19 Sep 2020 11:40
I use a Vitra 0.4 for drafting. Though rarely 8 hours on end.

morgan
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982 posts since 22/2/11

19 Sep 2020 16:06
Looks nice but too expensive and doesn’t look like I could spend a day in it.

I’ll be up and down and standing but I can’t face that much money. £350 is about my limit.

georgeyounan
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503 posts since 22/12/11

posted 21 Sep 2020 15:22, edited 21 Sep 2020 15:22
Just finished building this desk from scratch.

Comes in at 2300mm x 850mm, nice and deep, big enough for two people to comfortably work at.

Powder coated stainless steel frame with 25mm birch ply and pistachio linoleum top.


Edit: with links that don't expire in 5 minutes.
morgan
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982 posts since 22/2/11

21 Sep 2020 16:09
I don’t like the blue but the font is nice.

Have you got a side view; all I can see is the top?
georgeyounan
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503 posts since 22/12/11

posted 21 Sep 2020 16:33, edited 21 Sep 2020 16:33
morgan wrote: I don’t like the blue but the font is nice.

Have you got a side view; all I can see is the top?

my bad Laughing out loud . fixed.
sodomgomorra
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1581 posts since 24/3/14

21 Sep 2020 19:37
Love a lino top.

Do you have experience with the stuff? From what I gather it's a bit of a pain.

georgeyounan
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503 posts since 22/12/11

21 Sep 2020 21:02
sodomgomorra wrote: Love a lino top.

Do you have experience with the stuff? From what I gather it's a bit of a pain.

Yeah, it's a really nice finish.

It was my first time using it, went on pretty easy to be honest. Stuck down with Eurocol 414 adhesive as suggested by the rep and left to dry overnight with some glass weighing it down.
quest
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3555 posts since 11/7/11

21 Sep 2020 21:21
did you fab the frame yourself, or buy one??
looks really good
georgeyounan
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503 posts since 22/12/11

21 Sep 2020 21:38
Cheers!

All designed and fabricated myself with some help from a mate on the welding. Not quite mastered that yet.

Burt
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6056 posts since 3/1/10

22 Sep 2020 10:17
Cool
illwill
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4050 posts since 17/5/04

22 Sep 2020 12:22
Crackajack wrote: Copy the ones on Rightmove near you that sold for the most £££ recently?

Laughing out loud