Posted by Alessa at Thursday, September 14th 2017, 02:03:03 AM
'In 2004, I was leasing a two‐bed place locally however with two young boys, I wanted more room. I discovered a house that was dated and wanted redecorating, however it had the room we needed and good‐sized garden. ' At first, the homeowner leased it from the commission while studying for a level in computer science, but after she graduated and began to function, she bought the house in 2007. 'I redecorated it throughout, then saved up for a bathroom suite. Next, I had a new driveway laid and an office constructed on the side of the house. Finally, it was time to tackle the kitchen.'
The homeowner needed a functional kitchen‐diner with wow factor – sophisticated, modern and streamlined but well‐planned, with plenty of storage and workspace, and a breakfast bar sundering the cooking and dining areas.
'I work from home and had been utilizing the dining room as my office. My plan was to knock down the wall between the kitchen and dining room to make a kitchen‐diner, so I had to build an appropriate office on the side of the house leading off the kitchen before I can start on the project.' She composed snippets of designs she liked from magazines and the internet, setting them together on a board and rearranging them to see what functioned best. 'It conveyed me three years to design my new room, because I wanted to save the cash and I needed to achieve it just right.'
The homeowner chosen a local corporation after achieving two quote from fitters online. The office was constructed first, then the kitchen began in December 2014. There were, but, hitches along the approach – poor fittings and finishes, materials in the wrong sizes, the sink having to be re‐located after being incorrectly based – so the kitchen wasn't perfectly finished until June 2015. 'I was proficient to utilize it to cook Christmas dinner in 2014, so that was something, however it was a great relief when it was eventually finished.'
'I was place on having a breakfast bar for fast meals and coffee breaks, slightly than having to utilize the dining table. Plus it’s a spot for my children, friends and family to perch and chat to me as I cook. ' Unlike the old kitchen, she included plenty of worktop space and storage in units and drawers. The appliances are combined and all electrics are packaged for a seamless look. 'I went for a shady wood‐effect worktop to contrast with the light decor and white hi‐gloss units and had underfloor heating located below the tiles, because the old floors were freezing cold in winter.'
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