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Feel at home in your living room - interior ideas

PUBLISHED: 10:09 19 October 2015 | UPDATED: 10:09 19 October 2015

What the Italians don't know about good design, is probably not worth knowing. Rethink your living space with Novamobili from sapphirespaces.co.uk

What the Italians don't know about good design, is probably not worth knowing. Rethink your living space with Novamobili from sapphirespaces.co.uk

Archant

The living room, the drawing room, the lounge - call it what you will: it is the room you should feel most at home in

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Leather Footstool

This sensational and eye-catching Roadie Chic stool features antiqued leather and cotton and is hand built by skilled craftsmen. The footstool and chairs in this range complement wooden furniture and will finish the look of any room perfectly.

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Bookcase

Unique contemporary alcove bookcase with cupboard. The exclusive Urban Chic range is made using reclaimed wood salvaged from old boats and buildings in southern India, from places such as Gujarat, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.

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Rocker

The SB03-2 (Liberty Rocker) is the second piece in the SB03 series. Crafted from English Oak and upholstered in the classic Liberty Ianthe fabric.

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Tree Stump Table

The ultimate in unique furnishings. Every tree stump is unique in growth patterns, root shape, colour and preservation, which dictates how the table will sit and how the glass is set.

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Lounge Chair and Ottoman

Designed in 1956, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman are among the most iconic designs of the 20th century. Comfy too. Chair £3878 | Ottoman £1363.

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Sofa

G Plan is back, baby. The classic design of the fifty-three is a must for any living room. 









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