How do you make a tiny Victorian terrace house fit for a 21st-century single dad? Rick’s two bed, four storey terrace in Stratford-upon-Avon has just one room per floor and is totally impractical when his kids come to stay. The ground level has to function as a kitchen, dining room, living room and office all in one. George needs to come up with a clever redesign that will create space and an interior scheme that will add much-needed character. In Hastings, George meets single mum Donna and her four-year-old son Sebastian. Her Victorian double reception room has plenty of period features, but it hasn’t been touched for 50 years. With a couple of simple but key moves George helps Donna maximize the available space. Who knew that simply moving a door could have such a transformative effect?


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