Photographs by Adelina Iliev Photography
To replace a 1970’s kitchen with a more modern design, opening up the connection to the adjacent dining room but not fully open plan.
Contractors: TLC Construction LTD
The key aim of this transformation was to make the kitchen the heart of the home. We started by identifying structural changes to the ground floor that would enable the reconfiguration of the internal space. An extension to the rear of the floor would create more light and provide the family with a new spacious dining area, giving new life to the room. We also introduced a large glazed window seat, which created a cosy view of the garden.
Built-in storage was a priority for our clients. We designed bespoke wooden units that could be integrated seamlessly throughout the house, as well as a clever pantry design for the kitchen. We also ensured the modern alterations and additions were sympathetic to the property.
Mike & Kathy's Story
“We are delighted with the way the kitchenhas opened up views into and from the dining room and to the outside; the new low level window at the end of the kitchen brings light flooding in along the floor. The Bora hob and Fisher & Paykel fridge are fantastic! Both the ensuite and family bathrooms have a luxurious 5-star hotel feel about them which we enjoy very much”