Last Updated on : 8th February 2018



1. The mix of stunning materials ensures this vast open-plan space remains interesting – Ade Architecture/House Curious/MattClayton. 2. Keep furniture simple to maximise your open-plan space – Upsher Harrison. 3. Professionally designed lighting creates atmosphere in large spaces – Oliver Bea/Hugo Light Design. 4. Nice flow from garden to kitchen to sitting room from Ade Architecture.



1. House Curious has fitted Crittal doors to separate rooms on the ground floor. 2. Be architecturally bold and open up a staircase for maximum light – Osborn Interiors. 3. Sectioning a large bedroom with a mirrored panel creates an intimate room beyond – Oliver Bea/Hugo Light Design. 4. Inspired by an orangery, these wooden doors with metal inlay are decorative and add warmth – Interior Desires.

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