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The design team at Collaboration Land have families and children aged 3 to 19. We know what works in a family home and understand that a home should be designed to grow with a family with different spaces for different times. Crucially though we don’t believe that utility and necessity should be compromised for beauty. Your home is where you spend the majority of your life. When you pull into your drive your spirits should be lifted.

Our design and colour palette have been chosen with families in mind. We know that every family imprints its character on their home by how they use it and what they fill it with. Our interior design principles founded in quality, timeless style and quiet calm give each family a home that is the perfect canvas for this.

Our attention to detail starts as you enter into the generously proportioned, Swedish-Style, front door. There is also a side entrance to the back of each property to give straightforward access to the back garden space – perfect for bins, bikes and all the rest that goes with family life.

Family Area

The chef of the family deserves the best and our kitchens are designed with him or her in mind. We fit top end finishes and appliances as standard. The hidden gem of the space is the utility room. So often this is a neglected anti-room and very much the poor relation to the kitchen. Not so in Brambledown. We have designed the utility room as part of the kitchen with an identical level of finish. Our “barn-style” sliding door allows this space to be integrated as part of the kitchen or closed off as wished.  Not an inch of space is wasted here but its design is delightfully clever and clean.

Living Room


Too often the family bathroom disappoints with only an in-bath shower. We know how children gravitate to showers as they get older and who wants a soggy shower curtain in their life? We have fitted a generous walk in shower as well as a bath to please everyone. Storage is well taken care of on this floor as there are two stores off the landing. The master bedroom is a spacious oasis of calm with a bay, lots of natural light and fitted wardrobes. The ensuite is neatly tucked at the back of the room to maximise the natural light in the bedroom.

Finally up to the top floor bedroom which, while designed as a guest bedroom or alternative master bedroom, is also a dream den/bedroom space for a teenager away from the rest of the house. With family living in mind our design of the huge storage area of between 14 and 17 square metres on this floor is unprecedented in the market. However, with all that room and its two windows affording wonderful natural light, some families may consider it too inviting a space for simply storing suitcases?