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House extension plans

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for House extension plans. Get inspired and try out new things.
17 Brilliant Rear Extension Ideas

Rear extension ideas come in all shapes and sizes and can dramatically increase both space and value in any home — take a look at what achieved on a variety of budgets

Where to start with your house extension plans? - The Money Saving Mum

Following on from my post on why we chose to extend and our feature in The Sun I wanted to share with you where to start when planning a house extension.

Are orangeries cold in winter? | Orangeries | Ultraframe

Are orangeries cold in winter? No - orangeries are not cold in winter, in fact they are very warm. Orangery roofs are highly thermally efficient.

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20 beautiful and achievable kitchen extension ideas | Fifi McGee | Interiors + Renovation Blog

Are you looking for kitchen extension ideas? Click to take a look inside these real homes for inspiration of beautiful and achievable kitchen extension ideas.

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Easily plan your house extension layout with a magnetic planning kit from Modelrooms. Saves hours and hours of redraws by easily letting even a total beginner to create a scale plan in minutes and then change the layout over and over until you have the perfect plan...because all good homes start with a great plan. Works out of the box. With hundreds of furniture options to get your first plan created in 5 mins flat...then try something else and keep 'playing' with your layout till it is perfect.
We are a multi-disciplinary team of architects and architectural technologists who, together with our team of consultants to offer a complete service ranging from initial assessment and conceptual drawings, through planning applications, to construction monitoring and final certification. With over 30 years experience within the construction industry, the bulk of our work involves designing extensions, one-off houses, renovations and a growing amount of commercial work.
Our clients purchased this dark, cramped Clapton period house dreaming of a transformation flooded in light, with plenty of space to entertain guests. Rather than propose a standard dormer extension for the loft, we lowered the floor entirely – which lowered the ceiling in the rooms below, creating cosy informal areas for the children and their guests...
< Click for full details >   We used all the available space offered by the house, under the stairs and eaves as well as other areas with restricted height. By including our children in the design process their bedroom came to include a ‘secret space’ entered via a climbing wall and exited using a fireman’s pole.   Photography: Matt Clayton  #London #Architecture #Design