Interior designer Kathryn Tyler has decided that the best way to get onto the property ladder is to design and build her own house
Kathryn's original plan to use her skills to build her own house on a tight hillside plot in her mum and dad's back garden in Falmouth, were put on hold when her father died. Now Kathryn has revived those plans and designed a Scandinavian-inspired eco house to fit into this extremely limited plot.
Although built from quite conventional materials, the house itself is far from normal. With a white painted brick ground floor, and a lightweight timber frame first floor, this cubist shell provides the interior designer a chance to show off her flair inside, with cleverly designed zones and beautifully displayed vintage Danish furniture.
But with someone so young and inexperienced surely it can't all be plain sailing for Kathryn?Watch now on 4oD visit the scrapbook
|Wednesday 20 October 2010||Channel 4|
|Wednesday 20 October 2010||9PM||Channel 4|