Homes with Striking Architectural Features and How They Can Inspire Your Next Project. See just some of the many ways in which good design can give your home a striking creative twist.
‘You shall go to the ball’ fantasies pretty much have to feature a sweeping staircase – with the house naturally of the proportions and style to match. Beautiful materials and arresting forms give these designs the wow factor.
A range of techniques are available to designers connecting or separating spaces both inside and outside your home: walls, doors, windows and level changes can be effective architectural devices.
Newsflash! Window frames really don’t have to be painted white all of the time!
A staircase will always play a starring role in the look of a home, so be captivated by these stunners.
Considering a sliding door in your home? Take a look at these hardworking examples.
Check out these clever ideas for finding extra space around your home for everything from storage to another sleep area.
Glazed doors will open up a home, transforming its look and blurring the boundary between inside and out, but which type should you pick?
Why don’t we give our ceilings the attention we give our walls and floors when designing a room? Be inspired to think differently…
French windows never go out of fashion, and for good reason. They’re a natural way to create continuity between your interior and exterior. The best ones make even a modest garden seem ultra-inviting, plus they let the light flow in and add character and romance to an ordinary room.
Are you looking for ways to modernise your Victorian or period home? This pretty London terrace, home to interior designer Holly Canham and her family, is packed with clever ideas on how to modernise an older property.
Article about connecting your interior to the garden using a room: how to rework the traditional conservatory. A lean-to glazed dining area can link a kitchen to the garden. Consistent flooring and joinery detailing can assist connection.
A terraced property can be short on natural light, so be creative and discover ways to brighten your interior. With windows only at the front and back of the property, the middle section of a terraced house or flat can sometimes appear gloomy.
Add-ons giving larger, more open kitchen spaces with loads of light and great garden views are transforming homes.
Where once kitchens were small spaces to be concealed, people now love to have large, open cook spaces that form an important part of living.