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Published 23rd December


A home can sometimes seem like two completely different projects at the same time: on the one hand there’s the grand technical challenge and statement of the structure and shell, while on the other is the subtle art of creating an interior that flows naturally and pleases the eye while partitioning spaces for when a more intimate setting is desired. This month Homebuilding & Renovating brings you the best of both worlds, and shows how they are tied together.

There’s a charming oak frame home in Kent, with façades combining brick with timber cladding on the first floor. New life is breathed into a dark Victorian terrace to realise one couple’s dream of an open-plan forever home, and we visit a dramatically remodelled 1930s house in Cambridgeshire that makes clever use of light and space to make house and garden flow seamlessly together.

Elsewhere, there’s a luscious gallery of barn conversions, tips and tricks for adding space and value to your home, and advice on how to transform the exterior of your period home while remaining sensitive to the beautiful original features that made you fall in love with it in the first place. We also get down to the nitty-gritty of how land designations could make or break your chances of getting planning permission, and offer a long read on extension projects, not to mention all of our other features and regular columns. All in all, whether you’re looking to go from novice to knowledgeable or just sharpen up your existing expertise, it’s indispensable.

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