Roundhouse linking indoors to outside Contemporary Exterior, London
Roundhouse matt lacquer Urbo handleless bespoke kitchen in Dulux 20YY 650 48. Bespoke colourblocked glass splashback. Worksurfaces in polished Silestone Altair. Extension by Paul Wiggins Architects.
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Be prudent‘You can easily go overboard with extensions,’ warns Jerry Evans. ‘Throwing lots of money at it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get it back. Value added depends on where you are in the country. Where space is at a premium, of course it will add more. But it’s quite a dangerous game if you don’t know what you’re doing,’ He advises speaking to a local estate agent to get a rough valuation of how much they think it will add, and factor that into your budget. ‘It’s important to assess your property in relation to its location,’ adds Hugo Tugman. ‘It might become the most expensive property on the street, but it will reach a ceiling value.’TELL US…Have you extended your property? How did it go for you? Share your experiences and photos in the Comments below.
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Sharpen up a classic designThis example shows how to improve on a “typical” conservatory design and bring it into the 21st century. All the designer has done is simplify the otherwise very traditional detailing and made the new addition to this house very attractive. The weight of this glass pyramid-shaped roof is held by a corner steel frame, which allows the room to open up to impressive effect. Glass extensions like this may not be suitable for southern exposures, as they lack an easy solution for sun shades or blinds. Read 9 things you need to know about glass roofs