Kitchen Extensions

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Building an Extension

Opening up your new kitchen not only provides more options for cooking but it can also provide an area for dining, relaxing, working and entertaining. Some extensions will have doors opening onto the garden, creating that garden room feel which brings the outside in, while others simply create a more flexible space for the whole family to enjoy.

Knocking through
There are a number of options to explore for achieving more kitchen space before building a kitchen extension. The simplest and cheapest is to knock down a stud partition wall between the kitchen and dining room to create a kitchen-diner or kitchen-living room. Many people prefer this open style of living to having a separate formal dining room.

Extending out
If there is sufficient room and you have the budget, adding a large extension onto your home is possibly the best way to create sufficient space to plan your perfect kitchen. Adding features such as bi-fold doors leading onto the garden is a wonderful way to bring the outside in and in the summer, it will provide the perfect alfresco dining experience, whatever the weather!

Island life
Once you have a bigger space at your disposal, try to include an island into your new kitchen design. These multifunctional units can be used for all sorts of things, from providing additional prep space to incorporating a sink and hob on top with oven, dishwasher, wine cabinet and fridge drawers below. They are also great for casual dining with a set of bar stools and ideal for entertaining, as you can cook and chat with guests at the same time.

We supply all features and fittings and offer the complete installation service including plumbing, (see our latest projects) countertops and tiling.

 

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