Renovation ideas – 9 dream home remodelling projects to inspire you in 2024

1. The Perfect Hallway Renovation

Framing her door in bold black brought definition to the entrance of New York-based interior designer Athena Calderone’s Brooklyn townhouse.

2. The Statement Kitchen Extension

In this project, British interior designer Rebekah Caudwell embraced the vast ceiling height while adding decorative touches.

3. The Characterful, Cozy TV Room Renovation

Historical archives inspired London-based interior designer Melissa Bolivar of design firm House of Sui Sui when creating this cosseting space.

4. The Luxe Dining Room – And Dance Floor

Using luxe materials and an atmospheric palette, Australian-born interior designer Peter Mikic has delivered a dramatic dining room complete with dance floor.

5. The Bespoke Garden Room – With Space For Home Working

This bespoke garden room by London-based Eamonn Agha from Huntsmore pairs relaxed greens and greys. 'The original conservatory of this Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in London's Kensington was prone to leaks, damp and suffered from a collapsing floor. Once we had been given the relevant planning permissions and listed building consent, it was removed and replaced with an elegant garden room.

6. The Broken-Plan Renovation

Striking partition doors mark out zones in this renovation by London-based interior designer Irene Gunter of Gunter & Co. 'The brief for this project was to create an elegant and intelligently laid out mews house from what was essentially a very dilapidated three-bedroom granny flat in Belgravia, London. To achieve this, we had to rip out all the floors, partitions and even the roof and start from scratch.

7. The Extraordinary Attic / Loft Conversion

Emma Deterding, founder of London-based Kelling Designs used pretty wallpaper and a free-standing bath to transform this attic into a luxurious bedroom.

8. The Home Spa / Wet Room Renovation

Walls and floors in large-format marble set a calming tone for this elegant bathroom by Katie Harbison, head of design at London-based Banda Design Studio.

9. The Perfect Boot Room / Mud Room

Form and function combine perfectly in this smart boot room by UK-based interior designer Emma Sims-Hilditch. 'Originally this was a rather crowded and dark boot room that had a deep step in the centre leading into the kitchen. The first thing we did was redesign the space to introduce two smaller steps, improving the circulation.

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