We love a good before and after photo, and this project shows how our oak frames can really update a home.
Our client wanted to replace their traditional, glazed conservatory with a contemporary oak-framed garden room. One very important factor was that the room needed to serve 3 functions; kitchen, dining and living room space. We’re finding more and more that our clients are asking for open-plan spaces to provide seamless living for the family.
An extension is a great way to introduce space in any size house. Oak frames are particularly wonderful because they are contemporary whilst simultaneously being timeless – ageing well with the house whilst also allowing the occupants to style the room to their changing tastes.
In this build, we removed an internal wall to increase the space of the kitchen, moved the dining area into the new extension area which then created space for a family living area.
Light was another important factor of this build, therefore we used floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise the light entering the space, and to frame the stunning views of the land.
To complete the renovation, our client wanted a clean and contemporary patio to further update the house and expand the living space outside.