A three-bedroom Edwardian terrace in Darlington, Durham.
This courtyard garden is compact but a cleverly positioned mirror makes it look much larger that it is. The garden has then been packed full of pots, planters and lanterns to make it an ideal spot to sit outside in.
Pots and lanterns
A comfy armchair sits by the fireplace. A cabinet tucked away in the corner shows off a range of accessories. A dramatic black wallpaper design frames the large mirror above the fireplace.
Use the same colours and flooring to link together an open-plan living and dining room.
Textured wallpaper adds interest to this bedroom and classic furniture mixes well with more modern light fittings. By replacing lamps with wall-mounted lights bedside table clutter is cut right down.
A plain alcove is given plenty of character by filling the shelves and sides with decorative accessories. Painted furniture mixes perfectly with bird design wallpaper to complete the vintage look.
Cole & Son
A monochrome scheme in this bathroom makes a real style statement. To protect the wallpaper it has been varnished and covered with a glass pannel.
Cole and Son