GARAGE CONVERSION AUDIT
STRUCTURAL LOFT CONVERSION AUDIT
PRE-PURCHASE FEASABILITY CONSULTATION
STEEL WORK CONNECTIONS
INTERIOR MINOR ALTERATIONS
CDM & ASSOCIATED REPORTS
HEALTH & SAFETY REPORTS
3D MODELLING (from)
SOIL INVESTIGATION REPORTS
AIR PRESSURE TESTING
BUILDING CONTROL APPLICATIONS
AIR TIGHTNESS TESTING
SOUND INSULATION TESTING
PART F VENTILATION TESTING
RENEWABLE ENERGY ADVICE & INSTALL
THERMOGRAPHIC SURVEYS & TESTING
CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES
PART G WATER CALCS
DOMESTIC EPC’S FOR LANDLORDS & HOMEOWNERS
Is your living room, like most of them, full of furniture, details and travel memories that you have nowhere else to put? Also, you probably worry that any arrangement and entry of storage space will not impair the style of your room. We have good news for you - we will present disposal solutions that will not affect the look and harmony of your living room.
It's important to choose pieces that offer as much storage space as possible, but make sure that the storage fits into the design of your living room to make the room feel cohesive as well.
We share with you some of our favourite ideas for keeping things in the living rooms that are both perfectly practical and simply elegant:
Take advantage of vertical space
Whenever possible, take advantage of the vertical space your room provides and make a shelf as high as possible to store your belongings. Today they are available in all styles, shapes, and colours, and besides being beautiful, they save a lot of space and they are very practical.
Do you have a rustic living room and don't know where to put all that wonderful, antique stuff? Say no more!
Rustic cabinets are usually made of wood and glass, so you can display your favourite pieces without dust falling on them. It's also a good idea to incorporate as many drawers as possible into this cabinet to accommodate those minor pieces and details that are not a priority to display, and yet you want them in your living room.
Much like the rustic cabinet mentioned above, retro pieces of furniture never go out of style. Whether originally designed for the bedroom or purchased specifically for the living room, the retro cabinet provides plenty of storage space and acts as a deliberate "stylish" detail in your living room.
Do you see the importance of coffee tables in our daily lives? You will agree that they are one of the most important pieces of living room furniture.
Today, they come in all forms and with as much storage as you want, you just need to follow your taste and you will surely find something. We present to you this table where every inch is used to make it fully useful while being beautiful.
Hide clutter in your locker
Every living room requires a locker - they are great for hiding items you don't want to see or for accommodating those holiday-only board games when your relatives visit. Also, from above you can take advantage of the lamp space and other things you need for each day.
Want to keep all your books, vases and candlesticks and have no space? Measure each of these items and buy or make yourself one such shelf that you will also put your TV in, its wires, all the photos, and decorations. Store heavy items low down so that they don’t tip the furniture over.
If you thought the baskets were unsightly and ugly, you're wrong. You can find endlessly useful baskets in beautiful colours and shapes, and they are very versatile - you can use them to store blankets, magazines, plants and all those many lighters, pens and other little things we store all our lives.
Box shelves can be placed anywhere you imagine - on the wall, in the corner, on the floor ... They are deep enough to accommodate a range of items and create a modern living room feel.
If you are a naturally neat person and have lots of cute little pieces to show off, opting for an open shelves unit is an easy way to add interest and personality to space. When it comes to shelves like this, pairing items of similar shades and colours is a great idea to create your atmosphere in your living room.
It could be a good idea to paint the shelving in the same colour as the walls for an unobtrusive finish.