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Popular House Extension Kitchen Styles

A modern kitchen is a popular choice for homeowners who are looking to add value to their property and create a more functional living space. There are many benefits to having a modern kitchen:

  1. Modern kitchens are designed to be more functional and efficient, with features such as pull-out drawers, built-in storage, appliances that make cooking and food preparation easier and enjoyable.
  2. Sleek and stylish design, with clean lines, simple shapes. This helps to create a more contemporary look that complements the overall style of the house.
  3. It can increase the value of your property, making it a good investment for homeowners who are looking to sell their property in the future.
  4. Efficient appliances can help to reduce your energy consumption and lower your utility bills.

When it comes to kitchen styles, there are several popular options to choose from. Here are a few of the most common:

  1. Contemporary: it is defined by its clean lines, sleek surfaces, and minimalist aesthetic. This style often includes modern materials like glass, steel, and concrete, and tends to be simpler in its design.
  2. Traditional: it has a classic and timeless style, with features like ornate cabinets, decorative moldings, and warm natural materials like wood and stone.
  3. Transitional: a mix of contemporary and traditional styles. It features neutral colors, simple shapes, and a mix of modern and classic materials.
  4. Rustic: a warm and inviting style, with features like exposed beams, natural stone and reclaimed wood. This style often has vintage and/or antique elements to create a cozy atmosphere.

Incorporating a modern kitchen into your house extension can help to create a functional and stylish living space that meets the needs and preferences of your household. With a wide range of styles and design options to choose from, you're sure to find a solution that works for you.

The L-shape

A popular shape for a kitchen of any size,
this design is common if you want to integrate
two zones (eg. Kitchen & Dining).

The U-Shape

This design is most efficient with smaller
kitchens as it recycles the floor area, whilst
maximising storage and countertop space.

The Parallel Wall

Perfect for larger kitchens, this option works
well with a kitchen island which acts as a
connection between the two sides.

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