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Georgian HouseCountry Kitchen, London

Photo: Amelia Hallsworth © 2015 Houzz

Photo of a farmhouse l-shaped kitchen in London with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets, white splashback, metro tiled splashback, black appliances and an island. —  Houzz
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tugmanstudio
Tugman Studio added this to A Beginner's Guide to Kitchen Extensions8 June 2017

Let a lantern be your lightAnother option for those leaning towards a more classic style is to have a large roof lantern. People who want to avoid too much modernity often recoil at the idea of a flat roof despite the cost savings (flat roofs are almost always cheaper, though glazing makes both flat and pitched roofs more expensive). However, a flat roof can be concealed behind a parapet wall and also have a huge opening for a roof lantern (either a pitched or a flat one), and this arrangement is an entirely different matter: daylight will pour in, even if the rest of the extension is not heavily glazed.The other big benefit of a roof lantern is that it can become something of a centrepiece, particularly if stationed above a table or island.Find architects and building designers in your area

tugmanstudio
Tugman Studio added this to 10 Tips for Bringing More Daylight into Your Home31 March 2017

Love a lanternAn increasingly popular alternative to an extension with a lean-to roof and some roof windows is to have a flat roof with a large glass ‘lantern’. These can be in the traditional pitched-roof form with lots of glazing bars, reminiscent of a Georgian orangery (as in this example) or can be more contemporary, flat and free of glazing bars – almost like having a neat rectangular hole in the ceiling.

luisarollenh
Luisa Rollenhagen added this to My Houzz: An Elegant Georgian Farmhouse Bathed in Natural Light18 February 2015

The extension has been built into the bank of the property’s big, sloping garden, which is why the space needed as much natural light as possible. Kara says it was a bit like ‘building a bunker’ and that the space could easily have felt closed in if they hadn’t added the skylight.The Shaker-style kitchen fits in perfectly with Kara and Jerry’s pared-back style. A classic black, gas-fired Aga adds a modern rustic touch. Although the grand kitchen island with its granite worktop provides great storage and workspace, Kara says the family still prefer to eat at the dining table, since it’s more practical with a small child.Kitchen design, Tippers. Kitchen cabinets and island, Neptune. Worktops, Just Granite. Barstools; light fittings, all Wayfair.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

mareecross
Maree Cross added this to Pauline Ave21 February 2022

Conservatory option: Space and light of putting the kitchen in a conservatory area

melanie_austin79
Melanie Austin added this to RENOVATION works10 March 2021

Loving this, let's the light flow through

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