Modern London Living Room: Traditions and Innovations

An interior in English style is a fashion trend in interior design. Designers talk excitedly about the British stiffness and the perfect English style, about Victorian furniture and an indispensable fireplace in a living room. However, the inhabitants of the island are ordinary people who appreciate the modern design, innovations, and technologies. And the love toward the Victorian era, the values of the British traditions and the impeccable style of the English Queen’s hats serve as the basis. Let’s find out through the photos of modern London living room interiors what the English style in an interior looks like.

London Residence by Godrich Interiors

#1 by Home Adore.
#1 by Home Adore.
This smallish living room in a cabinet style indeed evokes the feeling of stiffness. However, the light wood furniture and colorful curtains with floral patterns create some ease.

London Townhouse

#2 by Perfect Integration (London, United Kingdom).
#2 by Perfect Integration (London, United Kingdom).
The living room by the Perfect Integration is an example of a perfect variation of beige shades in an interior design.

English design studio “LLI Design”: the creation of a modern concept of home decoration. Contemporary family residence – Butterton by LLI Design.

#3 LLI Design (London, United Kingdom).
#3 LLI Design (London, United Kingdom).
Gray color is the true manifestation of a perfect taste: the less well-off the person is, the brighter he is dressed and the more pompous his home interior looks.
#4
#4
The accurate graphics of the table bottom and the patterns on the carpet – one of the dominant points of this living room interior.
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#5
The gray color can be perfectly combined with all others from the color palette. And the range of gray and crimson is one of the most interesting color combinations.
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#6

Modus fireplaces

#7 by Eduard Caliman
# by Eduard Caliman
The living room in the next photo – the continuance of the theme of wealth and the style of gray shades.

Panoramic windows – the possibility to expand space

#8 Home Adore
#8 Home Adore
Panoramic windows blur the boundary between interior and exterior, combining the living room and the terrace.

Broadgates Road by Granit Chartered Architects

#9
#9
Smallish light openings, windows made from small pieces of glass are left in the past. Modern technologies allow creating entire glass walls.
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#10
Free space is formed in an interior not restricted by blind partitions.

Private Client – Hampstead London

#11 LLI Design
#11 LLI Design
Another work by the design studio “LLI Design” – another interpretation of the harmonious combination of gray and bright red shades.
#12 The most stable geometric shape is the circle.
#12
The most stable geometric shape is the circle. All natural manifestations strive for spherical or round form, like, for instance, a drop of water. This natural concept lies in the planning of the living room depicted in the photo. The architecture of the circle is accentuated with the furniture and interior items: the Egg chair by Arne Jacobson, the round carpet, and the curved sofa.

The combination of traditions and modernity. Metropolitan Wharf.

#13 by Perfect Integration.
#13 by Perfect Integration.
The vast empty space in the old brick building is the main concept or idea of this London living room interior.
#14 Successfully completed with modern...
#14
Successfully completed with modern, stylish and iconic interior items and furnishing.
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#15
№16 от Eduard Caliman (Leeds, United Kingdom).
№16 от Eduard Caliman (Leeds, United Kingdom).
The strictness and conciseness are perhaps one of the hallmarks of true English interior.

Optical illusion. Seaford Court – Corona Timelapse Animation & Stills

#17 by Recent Spaces (London, United Kingdom).
#17 by Recent Spaces (London, United Kingdom).
Decorative panels adorn the walls in the living room, the wonderful entryway, allowing not only to make a noticeable decorative accent in the interior but also able to visually change the space of the living room.
#18 The spatial illusions in the living room interior...
#18
The spatial illusions in the living room interior continue in the form of geometric perspective form of the fireplace marble portal.

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