House extension ideas
Building an extension
The best way to approach a building project such as an extension is to first consider what your home needs. It's then recommended that you write down a list of initial requirements for the works. The more information at this stage, the better - because it will help make things run smoother and quicker in the future stages.
A home extension can be built in different ways to fit your needs. For example, you could build it out the side or front of the house instead of backing up on an exterior wall like most people do with a traditional addition. The location and size will depend on how much external space is available but there are many options for creative builders who want their project to stand out from others'.
Garden Room Extension
Extensions are a great way to keep your home fresh and updated without sacrificing any light or space. One of the best options is an extension that feels like a garden room- it's open, airy, inviting...basically everything you want in your house! This kind of structure remind us all the benefits we get from having greenery inside our homes: nature-inspired decorating ideas just by bringing plants indoors; more natural lighting for better moods every day; less time scouring stores when boredom strikes because there will always be something interesting happening outside. Best part? It has one major hidden benefit over other extensions--it typically costs much cheaper than brick and mortar construction which can save lots on budgeting down the line.
Building a full-width extension
This can allow for an entirely new ground floor in your home. Additionally, if you’ve got the space it doesn't detract from having a garden on either side of the house. The best part about this is that by choosing to do so and taking up all available square footage doubles what you have upstairs as well! A porch off of said extension would be perfect for summer socializing or even just relaxing with friends during those warm days ahead while expanding upon what might already seem like plenty.
Different Roof shapes
In order to give your home more curb appeal, it is a good idea to mix up architectural styles across different roof shapes. By doing this you are able to add personality and interest visually while also adding function with the ability of separating into two or even three separate living areas without sacrificing square footage.
This modern extension is a slice of genius. We can remove a homes leaning garage on its side and instead built forward to extend their porch, which makes for an unexpected space that still leaves plenty of room at the front for both garden and driveway. we also we love how matching this addition with render all the elements adds coordination while adding more modern touches, giving it such great character, structure and volume!
Flat roof extension
Extending your home with a single-room flat roof extension is an affordable way to make changes without breaking the bank. This design captures sunlight and leaves it in, making this space bright and airy despite its size. The contrast of a white exterior against brick walls creates something distinctively cool about this little one room addition. With the installation of a sky-light window on the new flat roof and wide opening bi-folding patio doors, it makes for a fantastic rear extension that can bring the outside into your new living space.
Extend long into your back garden
Ever notice how many semi-detached houses have beautiful, expansive gardens? If this is you, Well you could think about adding a huge L-shaped extension and create some serious space for your home. This works well on small semi-detached properties, producing wonderful spacious homes without the need for moving residence.
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