Painting your front door a bright colour is a quick and easy way of adding individuality to the front of your home.
Here, a chartreuse front door contrasts with the hall recess painted in Off-Black by Farrow & Ball.
The relaxed living room is perfect for family life around the fireplace. A backdrop of white walls and pale Dinesen wood floorboards highlight the furniture and accessories.
The kitchen is simple yet functional with a couple of wow design features like the concrete work surfaces. The glass doors slide into a pocket so the space can be completely open.
The yellow glass splashback means that the tone of the kitchen can be updated with minimal fuss and cost.
Sanderson’s Mimosa Yellow is a similar paint colour to the splashback.
A floor-to-ceiling bookcase provides decorative storage for books, toys and technology, injecting colour and personality into the dining area.
Wasted hallway space is transformed into a cosy reading nook. Bright green cushions lift the space while built-in book shelves mean a favourite novel is always within easy reach.
The bespoke headboard cleverly incorporates space for belongings at the back and gives this tranquil bedroom scheme serious design kudos.
Not a fan of bay windows? Here, lengths of linen have been used to obscure them while still letting the light in.
The luxuriously large freestanding bath is the focal point in this modern bathroom, while marble-effect tiling adds interest. The light from the large windows bounces off the mirrored cabinet, which is great for tidying away toiletries.
White built-in shelves are ideal for displaying, as well as clearing away, children’s special toys – another fabulous example of decorative storage.
Space-saving stairs are a great solution in tight spots.
A large window brings light to this family-friendly bathroom. The glossy green tiles are darker than usually seen in a small scheme, but are lifted with white furnishings. A glass shower door is a great way of giving the impression of more space.