The Home Reset
If you are in need of some inspiration to make changes in your home this year then look no further. Georgina Blaskey has ideas for extensions, conversions and new layouts for every room.
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- Project: Side Returns
It may look like an inconsequential alley but opening up the side return results in a ground floor transformation that delivers well above expectations.
- Project: Kitchens
Kitchens are taking on colour in new ways – sophisticated pastel shades and grounding greens and navy are this year’s colours – but natural materials continue to dominate.
- Project: Broken Plan
Clever designs offer subtle ways of defining space so, when needed, you can close off certain areas for reasons of noise or privacy – especially with children and teenagers!
- Project: Lofts
A loft extension is a relatively cheap and quick way to extend your home. It offers the perfect floor for a master suite or home office with the potential to install a roof terrace.
- Project: Bedrooms
Your bedroom is your sanctuary. Create the calm, restful space you need but don’t forget about practical elements like lighting and storage.
- Project: Kids Bedrooms
Inject their personality into their room. Have fun with colour and motifs to create a cheerful, fun space where they’ll love to spend time.
- Project: Outer Space
One of the joys of London gardens is how easily they flow from our homes to offer an inside/outside space that’s so easily accessible.
- Project: Boot Room/Utility
The humble utility and boot room has recently risen in popularity to be the most considered space in the home. Use every nook and cranny to maximise your storage
- Project: Open Plan
A large space allows daylight from multiple sources to come in, it creates a room where families can do their own thing while being together, not to mention the design opportunities
- Project: Bathrooms
With bathscaping set to be one of the biggest trends for 2021, it’s no wonder spa-like sanctuaries are in demand