Surrey Extension contemporary-kitchen
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Surrey Extension Contemporary Kitchen, London

Andy Matthews
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http://www.moxonarchitects.com/
Medium sized contemporary u-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and a breakfast bar. — Houzz

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Could you tell me where the dining chairs are from
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Susannah E James added this to Lifestyle: 10 Things to do Before Putting Your House Up For Sale
Remove evidence of petsDoggy odour and cat-hair-covered carpets can send buyers running for the door. If your family includes furry members, ask a trusted friend to give their honest opinion on whether pet smells have permeated your home, and hire a professional to remove smells and stains from carpets. Before a viewing, remove cat litter trays and take your pooch out for a walk.At home with man’s best friend
Jo Simmons added this to Fun Houzz: 12 Discerning Dogs Pick Their Favourite Seat on Houzz
I overheard my owner briefing the architect. It was all ‘clean lines’ this and ‘sleek surfaces’ that. But what about me? Where can a labrador go for a nice sit down and a chew? The sofa is literally the only option.
Jo Simmons added this to Fun Houzz: Help! How Can I Fall in Love With My Home Again?
Quash the competitionYou feel your home has more in common with the dog. It lets the hound hog the sofa and seems to prefer its company to yours. You feel sidelined.Interiors agony aunt says:‘A-ha, a rival for your affections! You must fight back. Don’t let the dog steal your home’s heart. Those sofas are yours, not the hound’s, and you should remind the dog of its place. Turf him off the sofa and send him to his bed, keep muddy paws off your favourite rugs, and remind your home who is master.’TELL US…How do you keep things fresh with your home? Share your advice in the Comments below.
Jo Simmons added this to Lifestyle: How to Protect Your Home from Messy Pets
Cover upIn the absence of loose covers or practical leather, carefully cover the sofa or armchair your dog or cat is fond of frequenting. Choose a throw in a similar colour, so it looks like a stylish addition rather than a practical necessity. Make sure it’s machine washable, too (cashmere will not do in this case).Want your décor to complement your dog? Check out these schemes
Kate Burt added this to Lifestyle: How to Earn a Little Extra Money From Your Home
Do some dog-sittingMany dog owners are desperate for a friendly human to look after their pooch while they’re at work or away. Set up as a dog minder, though, and you will need insurance and checks, whereas with an informal arrangement between two people there’s no need to be so rigorous. That said, think about basics, such as what your responsibility would be if the dog was injured or escaped, and work out what you would expect from the owners if the dog damaged your home in any way.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Irene added this to Dining room
ספסל יתפוס פחות מקום, ומכיוון שצד אחד ממילא לא יהיה בשימוש רוב הזמן, זה עשוי להיות פתרון טוב. כשיש אורחים ומשתמשים בשולחן אפשר להצמיד את כסאות הבר לבר או לסלק אותם אם צריך גישה לבר (למשל בופה) א
ifplan added this to 50 Shades Of Grey
Open flat and glass roof with wide back door
HU-457238265 added this to webuser_457238265's ideas
Skylights and airy feel towards the kitchen. And living area
Linda Lim added this to Pombub
Love the space and dog but not the floor tiles haha
aw4680 added this to Kitchen extension ideas
Again if we have a pillar we would want it to be like this

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