Living room furniture

Because living rooms were made to be lived in, we’ve created a collection of designs that you don’t need to tiptoe around. From upholstery to tables and storage, each piece is designed to stand the test of time, in every sense of the word. So, you can sit down, put your feet up and relax, safe in the knowledge your living space will look just as good in years to come as it does now.

From the journal

To inspire, to spark creativity, to share knowledge.

Fiona & her living room

How our Home Design Service helped instil a little colour confidence to create this inviting living space.

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    Jo and her multifunctional living space

    A living room for a young family is reinvented from top to toe with the help of our Home Design S…

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    How to choose art for your living room
    Some guiding principles for wall art in your home, and particularly living rooms.
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    How to create the perfect reading nook

    Advice on creating an inviting spot for reading from George, our home designer at Neptune Fulham.…

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    A simple guide to stools, footstools and ottomans

    Even though we often talk about stools, footstools and ottomans as the same thing, knowing what m…

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    An ode to the occasional chair
    What makes a chair ‘occasional’? And why should you welcome one into your home?
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  • The Neptune Outlet

    The Neptune Outlet is where you’ll find those pieces that have an imperfection here or there, as well as the occasional design that we’ve retired from our main collection – all with up to 50% off. You can stop by and see us at our Wiltshire store, or you can explore the outlet online.


    The Evolution of Home by Emma Sims-Hilditch with Giles Kime

    The debut design book from our creative founder, Emma Sims-Hilditch. Featuring homes designed by Emma and her interior design studio, Sims Hilditch, discover insightful decorating ideas, spatial planning and inspiring colour schemes.