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August Postcards: How to plan that Tricky Middle Room

10th August 2022
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I promised you this post on what to do with the tricky middle room some time ago and while it won’t be relevant to all of you, you should still find some general ideas that apply to any renovation about making the space work for you and how you live rather than just accepting it as it was when you moved in.

So to take the classic example of the terraced house which would, originally, have had a front room – the parlour – a dining room in the middle and a small kitchen, scullery, pantry arrangement depending on the size of the house and the number of servants… Read on

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  • five nights at freddy’s 19th August 2022 at 8:43 am

    When you previously showed some paneling, someone wondered whether it might appear contemporary. The Hoxton hotel demonstrates that it most certainly can. The chunky squares, in my opinion, are quite flexible and do not belong to any one age.

  • Olive Green 14th August 2022 at 2:12 pm

    We had a middle room in my old house and we had all the other rooms connected to that one. Kitchen, 2 other rooms, and the laundry room doors were connected to our middle room. I liked the way you used it!

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