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Posted by Erdem Gorgun at

A large single-storey extension and some careful replanning has unlocked the potential of Lizzy and Ricky Stringer’s terrace. Like many London buyers, Lizzy and Ricky Stringer could only step up the property ladder by taking on a project. Having already moved the bathroom upstairs and created a bigger kitchen in their previous home, they were keen to renovate again on a larger scale when a Victorian villa came up for sale in Dulwich. ‘I looked past the dated decor and noticed the high ceilings, generous room sizes and beautiful wide staircase,’ says Lizzy. ‘I knew we could strip everything back...

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In the home, no two spaces are as firmly engraved with the examples of day by day life as the kitchen and washroom. These are center points in which customary tasks happen, where we can loosen up and facilitate the day's anxieties, or on account of the kitchen, where we associate with loved ones over a common feast. It bodes well for their plan to mirror the characters of the property holders – with hues, unique alcoves and usefulness made to feed a feeling of self and bolster what it implies for the person to feel "at home." Created by...

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We are excessively familiar with seeing structures that are 'enlivened' by different societies as opposed to very them yet this is evolving. Ikea has collaborated with 10 African fashioners and specialists for its Overallt gathering of furni-ture, materials and adornments, propelling this month. The Swedish brand has worked legitimately with creatives from nations including Ivory Coast, South Africa and Senegal, who have contributed pieces that mirror their individual societies. Senegal's Bibi Seck is behind a plastic and steel hassock, while Nairobi-based Bethan Rayner and Naeem Biviji structured a bended eucalyptus seat (beneath). Additional proof of the innovative blast right now...

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