The Quirky Townhouse

Anthropology, Arabic, art history… the lady of this house is erudite, well-read and widely travelled and it shows at every turn.

Industrial Glamour Comes to St Leonards

A collection of quirky finds and object trouves transforms this classic Victorian villa into a funky pad with industrial glamour.

Gorgeous Goodnestone Park

The beautiful Georgian house, Goodnestone Park, which may have inspired Jane Austen’s most famous novel and is still owned by the original family, has been remodelled with superb contemporary chic and reborn with a new purpose.

Francesca Rowan-Plowden’s Beach House

A classic beach house, which is also a cosy winter retreat – Francesca Rowan-Plowden is just as at home rethinking the most relaxed of small-scale abodes as she is taking on a total refurbishment of a stately home. Is there...

Californian Styling Comes to East Sussex

Never mind the house, look at the view… With vision and flair, the most unappealing chalet bungalow can be transformed into an expansive dream home of Hollywood glamour.

Ultra Modern Scandi Styling

After several sunny years downunder Jenna and Andrew didn’t want to leave the light and airy mood they loved in Australian houses behind when they moved back to the UK – so they re-created it in Hersham.

Creative Home in Hastings

With inspiring views looking out to sea and glorious opened-up spaces within, Ginny and MJ have made a commanding terrace house in Hastings as harmonious as the choirs they run.

Contemporary Coach House Conversion

Mix together an interior decorator and a bespoke kitchen designer and you have the perfect recipe for creating a 21st century home from a Victorian coach house.

Country Home Filled With Natural Light

In an area famed for its atmospheric, timber houses, Mark and Tara were hard-pushed to find one that provided the light-filled home they were after. After a year of searching and a year of negotiating, they finally moved into this...

Country Cottage with Alpine Inspired Interior

There can be few weatherboarded cottages in the Weald of Kent that offer visitors such a welcome and refreshing surprise. Forget low ceilings and dark corners, or chintzy, rustic styling, and prepare yourselves for a trip to the Alps.

Smugglers’ Haunt Becomes Rural Retreat

In the 18th century, Ingram House was a coaching inn and a favourite haunt of the infamous Hawkhurst Gang. Fortunately for its owners, Anthony and Simon, shoot-outs are a thing of the past. It is now a tranquil rural retreat,...

Farmhouse Renovation

A childhood love of horses led Jenny and her husband Dave to look for a home near to where they stabled their horse in the Sussex High Weald. After much searching, they finally found the perfect project – transforming a...