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The white gloss floor, large windows, exposed brick, quirky furniture and traditional accessories marry perfectly in this living room, keeping the original character of the house apparent, but creating a modern environment.

1/10 Living room

living room with mirror on wall and sofa with cushions

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

The floor tiles are from Villeroy & Boch, and the bicycle table is designed by Gae Aulenti.

2/10 Kitchen

kitchen with white walls and white cabinet

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

Leading out to the terrace and garden, this modern kitchen utilises its narrow width to draw the eye outside. Gloss surfaces in white and grey bring a seamless feel to the room.

The kitchen units are by Dada.

3/10 Dining room

Dinning room with white walls and dinning table with chairs

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

Again, mixing modern and traditional here brings a quirky look to this dining room. The large glass doors open out to the garden, flooding light onto the black dining table and dark wooden storage cabinet.

Tesco Direct sell similar black dining tables, and visit Alfies Antique Market to source antique furniture.

4/10 Kitchen diner

kitchen with white walls and chair

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

A quirky find, like these 'wonky' shelves, can set the tone for an entire room. Neutral colours have been given a lift with the shot of striking red from the dining chair.

The shelving unit is by Maarten Bass, and you can find similar red chairs at Skandium.

5/10 Garden

garden with wooden flooring and potted plant

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

Surrounding the box-shape glass conservatory, this decked terrace has a modern, simple feel to it. The potted plants add a welcome touch of colour and help to soften the harsh lines.

Find decking like this at Timeless Timber.

6/10 Hallway stairs

hallway with wooden stairs and white walls

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

A glass wall running up the side of the staircase offers a modern alternative to a traditional banister. It also helps to keep the space light and open in this hallway.

Visit The Stair Company for a variety of staircase options.

7/10 Hallway

hallway with white walls and mirror

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

This decorative mirror - traditional but cast in resin for a modern edge - is the focal point for this minimal upstairs hallway. Again, a large window enables this otherwise dark space to remain light and open.

The mirror is designed by Gigi Rigamonti.

8/10 Bedroom

bedroom with white walls and painting on wall

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

Pared-down chic is the ethos for the look in this bedroom. A modern white side table teamed with a neutral bed and bedlinen, complement the antique painting.

Find a bed like this at MDF Italia, and a similar side at Geoffrey Drayton.

9/10 Bedroom storage

bedroom with white walls and cabinets

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

This plain wardrobe has been given a unique new feel with hand-printed wallpaper. The sepia effect gives it an antique look, although its understated shape keeps the look modern.

The wallpaper is by Deborah Bowness.

10/10 Bathroom

bathroom with brick wall and bathtub

(Image credit: Future PLC/Paul Massey)

A simple, freestanding bath is the focal point for this bathroom. Privacy is provided by the wooden blind, which also adds to the neutral warmth of the room.

The bath is from Villeroy & Boch, find a blind like this at John Lewis.

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Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.