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When space is limited, achieving a fresh feel for an urban family home is a challenge. This ground floor renovation create a family hub from a once cold, dark and neglected space. The clients wanted to renovate the ground floor kitchen and dining rooms in their end of terrace Victorian property to create more space and bring in light. A hand built kitchen draws out the beauty of this space and compliments the workmanship of the construction. A replacement brick staircase leads to the garden/ terrace above.
- Under floor heating
- 45% increase in kitchen area
- High levels of insulation
- Bespoke hand-built kitchen units including concealed finger-pull handles
-Low maintenance and durable materials
-Environmentally friendly paints
- Low energy fittings
- Polyester powder coated thermally broken aluminium framed roof glazing