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2 How high the sky...light? A glazed roof insert adds ex­tra day light oomph to this fam­ily liv­ing space. The shelf di­vide to the din­ing area’s a good idea too, when you’ve lots of fam­ily stuff to dis­play 6 Sit pretty: lots of seat­ing op­tions for mum, dad, kids and guests. Re­lax in the loungers, or get a bounce in the mar­ket with a tram­po­line

4 Step up: a raised sec­tion on a large kitchen is­land is good way to break up the run of sur­faces and to screen the de­tri­tus of daily do­mes­tic chores from the rest of the room

5 Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope, just a not-so plain look­ing, fancy-dan ex­tract/fil­ter­ing hood. Costly, but nice

1 Growth spurt. The Vicarage’s homes aren’t ten years old yet, but early land­scap­ing is al­ready pay­ing div­i­dends. An al­ready in­ter­est­ing front fa­cade is given some hip­ster cred with a side­burns wis­te­ria treat­ment, while the front bound­ary di­vide has equally lush, in-sea­son cop­per beech hedg­ing

3 De-pen­dant: a light over a din­ing ta­ble sets a scene, es­pe­cially if hooked up to a dim­mer switch. The ab­stract paint­ing in the back­ground is by Janet Anderson, who did the Fairy­land mu­ral in Ballinlough’s pub­lic park fairy trail

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