A large, 50m² extension in the Corstorphine area of Edinburgh containing the kitchen, utilities room and an additional bathroom.
The existing stone facade from the original building has been repointed giving a classical look along with the engineered oak flooring, Aga Range and Belfast Sink. With the extension set on two levels the Kitchen gives garden access and enjoys high ceilings.
A skylight and large glass panel sliding doors furnish the room with generous amounts of natural light. Underfloor heating evenly warms the room, saving the space saving of no radiators.
The addition of a utility room to the property allows the family to separate laundry from their kitchen, reducing kitchen clutter and removing distractions from meal times.
With the traditional shower, sink, taps, toilet and patterned floor tiles the bathroom gives a classical look – with the bevelled white wall tiles providing a contemporary contrast.