Edwardian Terrace, Lounge/Dining Room Eclectic Dining Room, London
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Link spaces with floating shelvesIf the wall separating your two reception rooms has been removed, try linking the two chimney breasts with floating shelves. These can then be used to great effect for displaying artworks, family photos and small treasures.
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Prepare for a couple of weeks of disruptionA knock-through is a pretty straight-forward procedure. ‘There’s no reason why it should affect any of the services, such as electricity and gas,’ says Hugo. Although, of course, if there are any wall lights or radiators on the wall, they will need to be moved and the wiring dealt with. After that, it’s a simple case of actually making a hole and putting in any of the necessary beams, which needn’t take more than a week. The making good can take a while longer, though.‘Chances are, the floors will need to be replaced or changed, as it’s rare they run through both rooms,’ advises Robert. ‘It really depends on how complicated the project is and how many walls you are removing. Knocking through the two reception rooms shouldn’t be overly complicated.‘It’s worth also checking with your insurance company,’ he adds, ‘as living in the property while structural work is going on might not be advisable.’