House in Dublin 4Contemporary Kitchen, Dublin

Barbara Egan

Contemporary kitchen in Dublin. —  Houzz
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Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Modern Window Seats30 January 2018

Reduce a footprintThe owners of this extension have plenty of space – and they wanted to keep it that way. So the answer to their requirement for relaxing seating was a bench under the window, which doesn’t eat into the floor area very much. Opting for a storage base that continues the style of the kitchen cabinetry – as here – makes the design less imposing visually, contributing to the airy feel.

Jo Simmons added this to Houzz Tour: A Family Home With a Large, Light-filled Extension25 April 2014

Although this extension is spacious, the owners have been careful to keep it looking sleek and ordered. They built bench seating under the window – it provides somewhere to relax without eating into the floor space too much.

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7db solutions added this to Ideabook Elizabeth+Jaime21 February 2020

location L1 - where there is additonal height beyond the build line

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