Make your home your own with McCarthy Stone
McCarthy Stone retirement apartments, cottages and bungalows are designed to be light, spacious and packed with thoughtful modern features, like underfloor heating and walk-in wardrobes, combined with beautiful contemporary fixtures and fittings and stunning fitted kitchens and bathrooms. The fresh white walls provide the perfect blank canvas for you to create your ideal retirement home. A home that is as unique as you are.
Minimalist, Maximalist, Modernist, Traditional, Industrial, Nautical, Scandinavian, Bohemian, Farmhouse or something else?
While you probably already have a strong vision for your dream interiors and an inimitable collection of prized possessions, artefacts, artworks or photos to show off – wouldn’t you love a bit of expert help to bring your vision to life – as well as some extra cash to splash on finishing touches like picture-perfect plant stands, feature-wall wallpaper, stylish shelving, soft furnishings, mirrors, floor lamps, and luxurious bedspreads? With this exclusive interior design prize the exceptionally creative designers at John Lewis will help you to truly make your home your own.
More design inspiration from our homeowners
Ann Carroll’s cheery McCarthy Stone apartment is as colourful as her character. “I couldn’t live in an apartment with no colour. When I walk in, it uplifts me, I feel different. Life’s just better in colour!"
Gilly Tillden’s McCarthy Stone apartment is as eclectic as she is. “I’d describe my space as warm, comfortable and happy. When people see it, they instantly say, ‘oh yes this is very Gilly!’"
John was determined to put his own stamp on his new apartment so when his family and friends walked through the door, they would immediately know it was his. “Every man needs a man cave!”
Visitors to Bill Davies’ McCarthy Stone apartment are often surprised to find he has such a natural flair for design. “Men can have a great eye for design too. Just without the cushions!”
Margaret was offered the chance to put her own stamp on her apartment at McCarthy Stone’s Hewson Court in Hexham with the help of John Lewis. "Carpe diem is a rule I live by."
John and Geraldine Harrison were offered the opportunity to make their McCarthy Stone apartment as individual as they are, with the help of John Lewis. “I'm in my element when it comes to interior design.”