Monday, May 16, 2011

Kitchen Extensions

Country kitchen-diner extension

A mixture of old and new wooden beams and furniture adds country-style charm to this kitchen and glass extension. The central island is ideal for cooking while entertaining guests in the dining area, and provides handy extra storage.


 

Red and green kitchen-diner

Adding an extension to an already established kitchen creates room for a dining table, transfroming this small kitchen into an open-plan space. Pale green complements walnut kitchen units and creates a modern look when mixed with red accents. 

 

Oak conservatory kitchen

A conservatory was built onto the back of this house to accommodate a spacious family kitchen. Pale wood cupboards, limestone floor tiles and stainless steel appliances ensure it's a bright and welcoming space. The eight-foot long octagonal granite-topped island doubles as a dining table.

 

Family kitchen extension

An L-shaped sofa helps to define the separate areas of this open-plan kitchen extension, as well as creating a relaxed family atmosphere. White walls and pale painted kitchen units give the room a sense of space, while the same flooring throughout unites the different zones. 

 

Stylish basement kitchen

Basement kitchen can offer huge amounts of space. The area underneath the stairs can double as storage, leaving the cooking space clutter-free. Pale walls and cabinetry keep the scheme light and airy.

 

Contemporary kitchen extension

Wooden worktops and blue units create a country-style feel in this open-plan kitchen extension. Glass doors at the end of the room lead straight out into the garden.

 

Walnut kitchen and dining room extension

A contemporary, open-plan walnut kitchen-diner combines wooden accents with silver-coloured details and mirrored plinths to create a sleek, luxurious look. The small step down helps to define the division between the kitchen and dining area. 

 

Pale blue kitchen-diner

The pastel shades used on the walls, fridge and furniture give this kitchen-diner a calm feel, while also helping to define the dining area. The continuation of the wooden floor throughout the two rooms gives the space a cohesive look.

 

Modern bistro-style kitchen extension

Skylights and a statement extractor fan give this sleek kitchen-diner the wow factor. A breakfast bar has been added to the central island unit, making it a great place for the family to catch up.

 

Country-style kitchen renovation

A glass roof adds the illusion of space and height to a small kitchen. Pastel blue walls and country-style kitchen units give it character.

 

Simple modern kitchen extension

This original kitchen, which has had a conservatory built onto it, is now a 'wet' area, where sink, dishwasher, and washing machine are situated. All the 'dry' appliances are now in the extension. The limestone floor tiles seamlessly connect both rooms and simple taupe wall tiles blend into this relaxed scheme.

 

Compact kitchen extension

Modern and sleek, this conservatory kitchen boasts clean lines and neutral colours. White units and a tiled floor reflect the natural light.

 

Fresh and modern kitchen

An extension at the side of a property can add depth to narrow kitchens. Pale wood units, limestone flooring and glass panels keep the look fresh and modern.

 

Conservatory kitchen-diner

Housed in a conservatory, this kitchen-diner brings the outside in with floor-to-ceiling glass windows. A glass dining table continues the theme, while comfy leather sofas add warmth.

 

Glass kitchen extension

Light pours into this spacious kitchen extension. The island unit and bar stools are ideal for casual dining. A large alcove with hob is tucked between the kitchen units to maximise space. The white units and floor tiles add to the light and airy feel. 

 

Striking kitchen-diner extension

This large kitchen-diner extension has a dramatic angled wall, glass sliding doors and a glass roof, giving it a striking appearance - it's perfect for hosting large parties.

1 comment:

  1. Kitchens are usually the heart of modern homes and are often located at the back of the house near a garden. You can use your kitchen island as an additional preparation space or as a breakfast bar. Thanks.
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