Kitchens are often one of the most used rooms in the house, so it’s always worth considering spending some time and money making it your favourite room too. We love this kitchen because it combines retro tiling and walnut bar stools with chrome appliances and contemporary marble worktops.
Looking to inject to life into your lounge? Then this living room is a great place to start. Combining wall panels, a bold wallpaper, dark-wood flooring and bright home accessories, this living space oozes style and sophistication.
Investing in a new staircase can be a large task but one that pays dividends when it comes to style. If you’re looking to create a brighter and open-plan looking space, opting for a railed, L-shaped staircase is a great place to start.
Add a touch of glamour to your open with wooden french doors. Although more expensive than their composite alternatives, wooden french doors are perfect for any homeowner wishing to add style and sophistication to their home.
Create a dramatic kitchen appearance with floor-to-ceiling tiling. Whilst not for the faint-hearted we love this kitchen design because it encompasses dark tiling, coloured kitchen lighting and minimalist interior. Definitely a kitchen renovation idea for those with lots of space and lots of style!
Another kitchen renovation we love, and this time it’s bright and white! Great for those rooms lacking in natural light, this kitchen creates it with sleek yet simple all-white decor. The shiny surface ensures any natural light is reflected whilst allowing you to keep reinventing your kitchen with monochrome or coloured home accessories.
Want to create the illusion of space? Maybe you should consider renovating your living space to have a mezzanine. Also referred to as an indoor balcony, these tricky architectural pieces can enhance any space. Perfect for those with very small homes or those looking to give their garage conversion a 21st-century update, mezzanines are great for anyone looking to elevate their interior.
Loft conversions can be tricky if you’ve got beams and structural features in the way. We love this one because it makes use of the structural elements to create a character-filled, charming bedroom. Painted white to keep things light and fresh, this is an extra-bedroom worth considering!
Modern properties rarely have an abundance of storage space. And this can become a problem when you have children and teenagers who have lots of stuff. This bedroom interior and it’s carefully designed over-bed storage is a great way to store clothes, books and ornaments without taking up floor-space. We also love the use of a nautical colour-scheme to really make that back-wall colour pop!
Make use of your bathroom space with a carefully planned layout! Whether you love a bath-shower combo or completely despise them, understanding how you can make the most use of your space is essential. We think this bathroom is great from the tiled ceiling and walk-in shower to the elegant wood-panelling and sleek bathroom sink. If you’re looking for neutrals that wow, we think this is a great place to start.
White is wonderful in a bathroom, especially when teamed with a very large mirror. From dark tiled flooring to stainless steel fittings, we love this bathroom because it is unapologetically simple.
Say hey to beautiful bay windows. Perfect for letting in light and maximising a home’s natural features, large bay windows add a touch of opulence to any home. This dining room is a great example of where extra windows have really added to the property and created an incredibly beautiful room with stunning views. British country and mountain-side homes would benefit from a home renovation like this!
Create an industrial-inspired space with pendant light, dark walls and floor-to-ceiling windows. Perfect for anyone a little bit daring (and who isn’t afraid of the dark) this sort of kitchen design oozes contemporary style. Simple yet sophisticated, this is the sort of project we love to work on!
Create an open-aired living room by removing the floor above! Definitely not a home renovation for everyone but one definitely worth considering if you have the time and space!
We love this living room for its simple rustic features such as the fireplace, exposed beams and chalk notice board but also for its modern eye-level shelving and bright laminate flooring.
Create a Dutch-inspired living space with large windows and an even larger fireplace. Perfect for those with access to a back garden, we’d recommend installing large french doors, painting over brickwork and accessorising with wood-finishings. The use of natural materials and simple colours ensures a classy, natural-looking home.
Spotlights are an easy and simple way to instantly bring a room into the 21st century. We love what they’ve done with this bedroom when it comes to lighting, finishings and paintwork. Similar to the Dutch-inspired living room, this bedroom has taken on a neutral colour palette, light wall coverings and simple lighting to create a home renovation design worth dreaming about.
Knockdown walls and let light in with an open-plan home renovation. Perfect for those home with lots of rooms and not a lot of space, an open-plan renovation can create a modern, social home worth shouting about. Large open-plan spaces can be hard to heat and expensive when it comes to bills so make sure that your windows are double-glazed and your walls are insulated.
Brighten your home by knocking down walls and painting traditional features white. From simple window frames to staircase railings, wall panels and fireplaces, this living room is the perfect renovation inspiration. If you have a traditional home which needs a face-lift, this living room is a great place to start.