Single storey rear extension

Single storey rear extension to a terraced property.


 

How to plan and cost a double storey extension

Our expert guide tells you how


 

Extension, Portmarnock, project photos from chartered architectural technologist mciat, Joe Fallon Design for architectural services services


 

How to add a single storey extension

The definitive guide


 

Witley home receives Roof Lantern, Bifold Doors, and Bespoke Guttering


 

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over 1,000 square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion. The basements now house a home cinema, study, guest bedroom and steam room. The remainder read more


 

Rear and Side Extension in Tynemouth - JD Joinery #extensionideas Rear and Side Extension in Tynemouth - JD Joinery


 

London kitchen extension ideas for family homes | homify

This family home in Ealing has been transformed with the expertise of specialists. The stunning new extension really shouldn't be missed!


 

Architectural glazing inspiration for your rear extension — Love Renovate


 

Rear extension


 

Rear extension


 

Interior Bright Extension - Campbell Cadey - Woodland Pavilion

Clean lines work wonders on this rear brick extension to a London family home, with sliding glass doors and a window seat. #maxlight #slidingdoors #glassdoors #glassroof #windowseat #brick #kitchenextension #diningroom #structuralglass #insideoutside #interiorsinspo


 

Malahide House Extension & Renovation


 

Rear extensions


 

Smarter way to install kitchen extensions - anlamli.net

Planning for a kitchen extensions and need innovative ideas for it. Don’t waste time then as you will enjoy while innovating your kitchen’s extension by these tips: As per your kitchen’s layout create


 

0558 Rear extension in Surbiton

family house in Surbiton Here are some work in progress pictures ...


 

Client: Rebecca Brief: To create a large rear kitchen extension with three panel high quality sliding doors. The client wanted the affect of the internal floor running at the same level as the external patio, giving the affect of a continuous floor from inside to out. Timescale: 12 weeks This beautiful extension in Middlesex is a …


 

A Rear Extension With A Pivoting Glass Door Has Been Added To This London Home

Architecture firm Fraher & Findlay have designed the contemporary interior renovation of a house in London, England, as well as a rear extension that creates additional living space.


 

Clapham South, Side Extension, Kitchen Extension, Victorian Terraced House, Bi-Fold Doors, Kitchen, Rear Extension, Roof-lights, Glass Roof, Kitchen, Pitched Roof, Side Return Ideas, Kitchen Extension Ideas


 

Contemporary Exterior by COUPDEVILLE


 


 

Rear House Extension - Whitchurch Builder - Ben Hand Builder. Overton, Whitchurch, Hampshire.


 

50 Degrees North Architects ground floor rear extension in South West London. Light filled open-plan kitchen diner with bifold doors.


 

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over 1,000 square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion. The basements now house a home cinema, study, guest bedroom and steam room. The remainder read more


 

Single Storey Rear Family Room Extension - Building Regulations Approval in Flintshire


 

norman avenue | 50 Degrees North


 

Zinc Cladding Oak Doors Kitchen Extension Brockley Terrace House Renovation Extension


 

Victorian Cottage Renovation

Take a tour inside a sweet Victorian cottage in Melbourne that has been radically transformed with an ultra-modern rear extension.


 

Single storey side / rear extension with internal remodelling and associated refurbishment


 

Flat Roof Window Buying Guide | Sterlingbuild

Our helpful buying guide on rooflights for flat roofs relieves you of all the stress of having to answer those tricky questions like what type of flat roof window do I need and what type of glazing do I require?