Worktop and sink, Corian. Red shelving units, Ikea. For a similar wall-mounted wine rack, try
An old coach house in Harrogate, North Yorkshire has been transformed into a stylish two-bedroom home.
The coach house isn’t a listed building, but it is in a Conservation Area. Luckily, permission came through with a couple of minor changes, including keeping an outside toilet on the site intact.
The open plan kitchen-diner layout provides a good view of the indoor and outdoor space from the preparation area. Induction hob, built-under fan oven and cylinder extractor, all AEG.
Velux rooflights, combined with an unusual glazed floor panel, bring valuable extra light into the downstairs living area by forming a lightwell. Dog and cow artwork, TK Maxx. Carpets, Calverts
A smart facelift has transformed the backyard into the perfect setting for summer barbecues. The builders made the rendered breeze block seating and planters, and fitted ground-level tube lighting. The waterproof grey seat covers came from a boat manufacturer.