Increasing value, adding space, and changing the usability of your home are all great reasons to decide on a home extension. But whether it’s a loft conversion, or a brand new orangery, it will take some planning to get it just right. Here at David Haworth Design, we can help keep your building project on track, and create the perfect space for your needs. Architectural drawing can help your project come in under budget, and make full use of the space available to create a stunning end result. But first of all, you need to think about the design of your new space. That’s why we have produced this guide to designing your home extension.
The purpose of the space
The first thing you need to consider when it comes to designing your home extension, is the purpose of the space. A home extension can add a range of room options, including:
- a bedroom
- a bathroom
- a kitchen
- a living room
- or a dining room
And whatever you decide to use the home extension for, will determine any design features, or necessities.
Designing your home extension is a truly creative process that will help transform your home. However, you shouldn’t get too carried away. This is the perfect stage to consider your budget, and shop around to get the most for your money. Remember to always leave some wiggle room in your budget for unforeseen circumstances and changes that may need to be made.
In addition, its important to remember that on a lot of occasions, you get what you pay for. And the cheapest company may not always be the best option.
For more information or advice about designing your home extension, get in touch with the professionals today, here at David Haworth Design. For all your design and architectural needs.