Edwardian terrace house remodelled

The owners of this terraced house wanted to open up the area at the back to create an open-plan kitchen and dining room. They also wanted more light and access to the garden. The brief was for the new space to work well with the existing ground floor. Plus they wished to retain their original dining room, which they planned to turn into a study.

Maintaining character 

This was quite a small kitchen extension – just four metres – but for a relatively small cost, the result was everything they wanted. The old part of the house did not require structural work, which helped to keep costs down.

The space is wider, accommodating bifold doors that open up to the couple’s charming courtyard garden. A large roof light incorporating a window adds to the light airy feel. The transition and from old to new is balanced with some exposed brick, plus the addition of some characterful wooden doors.

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