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Kitchen Extensions Brinkley

Kitchen Extensions Brinkley

Our company provides professional yet affordable Kitchen extension building services for customers in Brinkley.

Kitchen extensions are on many homeowners' wish lists. Creating more space for dining, preparing food, creating a more amicable arrangement, and taking advantage of garden views are all reasons to plan a new room.

Creating a kitchen extension that meets all your expectations doesn't require sacrificing much outside space. There are several ways to add space to your home, whether adding a few feet at the back, a simple side return on a terrace house, or a full-width rear extension on a semi-detached house.

With kitchen extensions, you can rearrange a layout that doesn't work for your lifestyle and give a tired home a new lease on life.

Create a great brief by using kitchen extension ideas

Whatever your budget or design preferences, finding kitchen ideas, designs, and styles that inspire you, or work with your existing home, is a great way to develop a priority list and design brief.

As part of our initial consultation with our clients, we ask, 'why are you undertaking this project?'. "By asking this question, you and your designer can discuss what benefits the new kitchen will bring."

Choosing the right size for your extension

Adding a kitchen extension to an existing home does not have to be a significant undertaking. By utilizing large glazing and window styles and other small kitchen extension ideas, this can be accomplished.

An installation of a large roof lantern can bring plenty of natural light to a new space, while bifold or sliding patio doors offer views all year round.

Don't always assume that the widest, longest extension you can achieve under Permitted Development or planning permission is the only way to get what you want for your home.

Using clever design techniques can minimize the need to build a huge extension. For example, large square extensions can often result in a dark, cavernous home that requires large roof lights and windows as a cost-saving alternative.

Bring light into your life.

Plan your kitchen extension so that plenty of natural light flows into the room without darkening the rest of the house! Getting this balance right is essential.

Take inspiration from kitchen conservatory extensions for how to incorporate roof lights, roof lanterns, and patio doors. It's paramount to remember that the area of windows, roof windows, and glazed doors cannot exceed 25% of the floor area of the extension.

Create an open plan hub for your home

Open-plan layout designs have long dominated kitchen extensions and for a good reason. However, it's vital to organize the space from the start.

Adding a Rear Extension to a Semi-Detached House

A rear kitchen extension can transform a semi-detached home by creating much-needed space. As a result, this home style is not usually designed to take advantage of garden views or accommodate a large, open-plan cooking area, so extending to the back could unlock their potential.

When considering rear extension ideas, keep the roof line in mind. Using a flat roof, for example, may allow you to maximize ceiling height without blocking first-floor windows. You can also add a pitched roof to an existing house to create an exceptional addition.

An L-shaped wrap-around extension will transform your kitchen.

With a wrap-around extension, you can brighten up a dark and cramped galley kitchen. It is possible to increase the value of a home by extending and rearranging the rooms to suit an open-plan lifestyle. It is also possible to make the layout flow more efficiently by rearranging the existing rooms.

Add new materials to your kitchen design.

Make your kitchen extension stand out with a tiled splashback, a quirky worktop or internal timber cladding. Oak batten cladding lines the kitchen's dining space and back wall, obscuring the larder cupboard and refrigerator. Strip roof lights bring light into the new space.

Make your home a tailor-made space.

When extending, it is essential to consider the aspect of your design, and we recommend plotting the proposed scheme in situ and observing how sunlight affects this area throughout the day.

Maximize space by building to the side.

Instead of sacrificing valuable garden space for your new extension, build it on the side of the house. It is possible to install a kitchen into a side extension in any shape or size, but when doing so, make sure it flows seamlessly from one end of the house to the other to extend the kitchen diner. The garden can be viewed from a large glazed extension.

Make sure the transition from the kitchen extension to the outside is level.

Installing bifold or sliding patio doors in a new extension requires attention to detail. After years of use, the difference between high and low-quality materials will become evident, so choose wisely.

Choose fixtures and fittings that are sustainable.

During a project, a brand new kitchen tailored to your lifestyle and space is incredibly tempting, but considering a second-hand kitchen can help you save money or get a better finish.

Cladding can make a kitchen extension stand out.

An extension not only transforms interior spaces but also rejuvenates a tired or dated home's exterior.

Create a spacious terrace kitchen by extending to the side

An extension design that utilizes the wasted space on the side of a terrace house is one of the most popular. Essentially doubling the size of the kitchen space, a dining or sitting area is often created.

If you would like a free price quotation and onsite survey for a Kitchen extension in Brinkley, please contact us today!