Leave the straight and narrow behind and bring some smooth character to your home and garden with curves, curls and bends
Incorporate that tricky sliver of land and learn how to exploit your new space to make it work for you.
What makes a Victorian house Victorian? Take a tour of the architectural features and decorative details characteristic of the era.
Whether large or small, these half-height, hovering rooms are artfully designed to make the most of vertical space.
Crittall windows may be hot right now, but their story goes back 130 years, taking in the Tower of London and National Gallery along the way
Ribbon windows – with long horizontal and short vertical frames – are a great way to emphasise the shape of any room, enhance your view to the outside, and let natural light flood in.
Storage is necessary to keep our homes uncluttered, but how storage solutions fit within the internal geography of a space is as vital as thinking about what’s being stored and how effectively that can be done.
While an extension to your home expands the space available to you, a glass-box extension takes it in a new, stylish direction. Why have a solid box when a gorgeous glass structure is so much more exciting?
The many brilliant ways glass can transform your space don’t stop at windows and doors. It’s time to see glazing through to its full potential.
There’s an air of mystery about what lies below our feet. The idea of living below the ground might be a fascinating idea for some but a nightmare for others.