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Planning application was granted in a conservation area for a contemporary rear, side and loft extension in a road where many other planning applications were rejected.
The side and rear extensions are made of white painted brick with the texture showing through, sitting well with the existing white facade of the house and allowing for a smooth transition while moving in and out of the garden.
For a young, growing family, sometimes an extension is not enough, which is why we also worked on a full house refurbishment, including the interior design, providing the family with the space they need to be closer together.
The rest of the house is painted in white for a modern touch, while some areas are painted with an eclectic combination of Farrow and Ball colours to ensure the overall welcoming essence of the house.
The bathroom was designed with Bert and May tiles, giving it an elegant look that is complemented by the homely feel of the oak finished doors.
Our loft is finished with lead, making the double dormer a unique feature that includes a carefully redesigned interior, so that the family may have an extra ensuite bedroom.
The vaulted roof extension includes exposed rafters, creating both height and texture. The internal structure is exposed to maximise space and the circular column is even integrated into the kitchen design.
Exposed feature bulbs sit between rafters to create beautiful shadow patterns and a calming seating space to relax below.
The kitchen, designed by Revillio Joinery, consists of simple black and white colours with brass accents.
A polished brass wrapped kitchen island.
A vertical streak marks the separation of the dining room and kitchen, exposing a pile of wood stacked on top of one another, as a gentle reminder that amongst the modern style of the open space, a rustic design seeps through to emphasise warmth.
Bespoke kitchen tap that is placed below a large mirror, reflecting a picture perfect garden view.