The old stables, Kirklee Terrace, West End, Glasgow, by architects Rod and Clare KemsleyOld stable doors, make for great natural lightWooden floors in a bright airy living spaceFireplace in the snug with awindow to the botanical gardensFirst floor bedrooms bathed in natural lightDesigner shutters around all front facing windowsInspired by many architectural books to great designFull length of mews corridor bathed in natural lightChilds bedroom study area, with recessed shelving and clothes hangersA place for inspiration with botanical garden views at this workspaceFrom bedroom viewing through lounge to libraryShapes galore on the first floor mezzaninePiano sounds would easily travel the length of the home, when requiredDining table bathed in sunshine for the evening mealSimple style with partition separating kitchen and recessed shelvingA nice combination of open shelving and sleek white cabinets in the kitchenEvening sunlight dapples the propertyDean Clough, HalifaxBirchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge