When it comes to home extensions, extending the kitchen space is a popular request. And adding a home extension to add space and light to your kitchen area can create real value for your home. But it can also be incredibly stylish and practical, creating a room that is unique and stunning. Here at David Haworth Design, we provide a wide range architectural services. Including architectural drawings suitable for designing and planning home extensions. As a result, we have produced this guide to planning a home extension for your kitchen.
Planning a home extension for your kitchen
If you want to create a home extension, with the aim of turning this additional space into a kitchen, there are some considerations to take into account. Designing the space for a kitchen takes careful planning and forethought. Especially in relation to the kitchen appliances, fixtures and fittings, as well as seating areas. As a result, the first step to planning a home extension for your kitchen is to list all of the necessities you want to create a space for. These can include:
- kitchen islands
- breakfast bars
- kitchen table
- type of cooker
- type of fridge/freezer
- separate utility room
- dining area
- bi-fold doors, patio doors or french doors
Once you know what your kitchen extension needs to include, you can work with an architect to plan the layout and the design.
Planning the layout
Depending on the shape and size of the home extension you are aiming for, the layout should follow the floor plan. It is important to create a kitchen and dining space that really flows. And if you want a utility space too, you need to decide the entry point.
Choosing where to position the doors to the outdoor area is often one of the first priories, as leaving enough floor space clear and free is important for access inside and out. And from there, the other necessities can be planned.
For more information, or professional support with your own home extension, get in touch with the experts today, here at David Haworth Design.