Keen to extend their house in Wandsworth, South West London, to create a large, light filled family kitchen and dining area opening directly onto the garden, Simon and Marissa Pilkington used a screen of steel windows and doors to provide a strong industrial aesthetic. To manufacture and install the windows, they chose Steel Window Association …

Keen to extend their house in Wandsworth, South West London, to create a large, light filled family kitchen and dining area opening directly onto the garden, Simon and Marissa Pilkington used a screen of steel windows and doors to provide a strong industr

Boldmere House, Shipton Oliffe, rsj builders & Stenvall interiors

Boldmere House, Shipton Oliffe, rsj builders & Stenvall interiors - love this, though would want oak worktops!

Cathy & Tony's Calm, Creative English Home — House Tour | Apartment Therapy

Cathy & Tony's Calm, Creative English Home

Cathy & Tony's Calm, Creative English Home Windows/doors at end of extention Light fixture over counter butcher block counter tops

Risultati immagini per corner opening kitchen extension

A clever twist on a side return and rear extension combination, this construction creates an elegant elongated seating area with a casual kitchen-diner at the other end of the L shape.

The substantial extension on this detached house features bespoke art deco style steel French doors which adds to the striking structural elements of the room.

Like the three doors leading to outside area. The substantial extension on this detached house features bespoke art deco style steel French doors which adds to the striking structural elements of the room.

Huddersfield Kitchen Extension by Architecture in Glass by AproposUK, via Flickr

Glass roof and walls with glazing bars running through in line. Huddersfield Kitchen Extension by Architecture in Glass by AproposUK,

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Image 79 - VCDesign likes this but the roof thickness is deceptive as roof needs much more depth for insulation Gable end ground floor extension

The benefits of permitted development rights for homeowners, plus a full refurbishment and a contemporary rear extension without the need to apply for planning permission

Michael Holmes explains the benefits of permitted development rights for homeowners, and Lucy Searle takes us on a tour of a refurbished home with a contemporary rear extension which did not require planning permission

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