annie-stevensBy converting the loft and adding a significant extension, interior designer Annie Stevens doubled the living space within her 1930s property in south-west London. After nearly a decade, it’s still as relevant and functional for her now-teenage children as it was when they were small, and she’s constantly re-evaluating their use of the space to make sure its potential is always being maximised. Having recently created a fresh look for its interiors, simply by re-thinking and re-presenting her existing possessions (augmented by one or two careful new puchases), her home is a marvellous example of her down-to-earth design philosophy.

This article¬†appeared in the Evening Standard’s Homes & Property supplement, sold via Red Cover.