I am fairly certain that I have mentioned before that I love converted houses. I have probably also mentioned that I love: concrete, mid-century furniture, exposed brick (equally wonderful is when it is painted white), big windows and high ceilings. For me, spending most of my time in approximately 500 square feet, I am just drawn to open spaces that feel light and spacious. I also think, for me, sharing said 500 square feet with a gang of boys, I am drawn to minimalist and unencumbered spaces, but not so much so that warmth is absent in the design. Because while I would love to have more space, more space, more space(!), at the end of the day I want to curl up with my boys and feel cosy. So it should come as no big surprise that there is a lot that I love in this home which was converted from stable blocks by architect David Kohn into this gorgeous place for gallery owner Stuart Shave. And might I just mention how convenient it would be for me to sit and work in front of those gorgeous windows whilst my boys played in that gigantic yard? Okay, back to reality because I think I could daydream about this place all day long.