If you’re building a kitchen extension because you’ve set your heart on creating a large open-plan kitchen diner, and perhaps even living space, it’s a good idea to start with its ideal design, then move on to the practicalities of planning the extension, and considering the cost.
Planning the kitchen extension’s design will allow you to consider how your life could be improved with a simple change of layout, the introduction of natural light and the addition of appliances designed to make your life easier. And this is especially true in summer, when the room might be regularly open to, and connected with, the garden.
Planning a kitchen extension is, of course, about appointing a builder or architect and getting planning permission, but before you start, get a feel for how large the extension will be – you can do this by working out what you need from it.
Follow the steps below to make sure your kitchen extension is designed and planned properly, and use our ultimate guide to extending a house to get lots more practical planning advice and costing information.
Read the following article to find out more: https://www.realhomes.com/advice/how-to-plan-your-kitchen-extension