When designer Therese Carrodus of Full of Grace Interiors started on the renovation of a 1920s home in Melbourne's South Yarra area, she knew she had to impress some very important clients: her husband, daughter, and soon-to-be-born son. Her expanding family needed to have an equally evolving home, so Carrodus decided that the best plan of action was to create another bedroom and bathroom, as well as open up the living room and kitchen. Once a plan was finalized, she and her team reclaimed part of the driveway and moved the entrance, and then installed a contemporary addition that complemented the original architecture. And after the much-needed extra square footage was in place, the team took on the interiors by creating flexible spaces that could be closed off when necessary. "The design intent for this project was all about being able to inhabit each and every inch of this house, and for it to be somewhere that anyone of any age could live in and enjoy," Carrodus said. It seems that, in the end, she accomplished her goal: her critical clientele won't be leaving any time soon.