14th Century Manor HouseCountry Exterior, London

Thoughtful kitchen extension as viewed from garden

Large and red rural brick exterior in London with three floors and a pitched roof. —  Houzz
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Tugman Studio added this to What’s the Best Way to Open Up Your Kitchen Extension?3 January 2017

Glazing defined by architectureGlazing can be used in wonderfully stylish ways, even in very old buildings. Here, the spaces between the huge timbers of the roof truss and the rear wall of this house have been delicately glazed to wonderful effect. With the addition of a simple pair of French windows, this kitchen can feel both part of the original structure and also open to the beautiful garden in a very contemporary way.Which option would you go for if you were redesigning the back of your home? Share your ideas in the Comments below.

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Melanie Overton added this to Conservatory21 March 2020

Rustic...bright, airy, blends in with house

Emma Martin added this to My ideas7 January 2020

Not necessarily this shape but this one exemplifies being something more in keeping with the original house

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