When we first looked round this house we could both see how much potential it held which is one of the main reasons why we fell in love with it. One of the rooms we… View Post
Our kitchen was tiny and very out of date, so we designed a new one and knocked down a few walls along the way!
After months of dust and noise we are almost finished with the extension and the new kitchen. The space is absolutely huge and we are so pleased with how well it has turned out.
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A bathroom should feel luxurious, it should make you feel relaxed and help you to unwind as you soak away the day’s troubles. The family bathroom definitely didn’t have that vibe when we moved in.
The extension was watertight by the time the builders finished for the Christmas break and despite the lack of heating we were still able to use the area over the holidays. The space felt huge even though the back wall was still in place!
The extension is going up so much faster than I thought it would. Having watched numerous episodes of Grand Designs I was expecting months of digging, piles of mud and not a lot else going on!
We’re two weeks into the extension build and things are moving so fast! Despite the awful weather and freezing temperatures the builders have been working their socks off.
The family bathroom has been barely usable since we moved in a year ago. The shower didn’t work very well, so the kids refused to use it and instead we’ve all been sharing our tiny en-suite.
When we started designing Harry’s room we knew that it had to be able to do a few things, it had to provide good storage, give him a place to study and give him room for playing now and for chilling in once he’s a bit older.