Kitchen extension and refurbishment in a Mews

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Laurence Mews

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This generously sized property is a three-story semi-detached house located at the end of a cul-de-sac Mews in Shepherd’s Bush. Due to the unusual shape of the plot, the property benefits from two patios to the rear and the side.

A previous roof extension allowed the addition of two more bedrooms, making the original footprint of the ground floor too small for the potential number of occupants. The client requested a kitchen extension to increase the family space and a whole renovation of the ground floor to improve the connection with the outdoor spaces.

Due to a restrictive response from the planners, who refused a contemporary approach to the design, the extension had to match the existing building externally and also deal with the lower ground level of the adjoining properties to the rear.

A drop in the floor level of the extension was necessary to deal with the height restrictions and was used to create a sunk sitting area for the dining space.

The style of the interiors was inspired by the character of the street.

Crittall doors and internal partitions, rustic finishes, and a twisted farmhouse design contributed to the creation of a warm and enchanting space, evoking a calm and snug atmosphere.

We can’t wait to upload the final photos of this project.

Photoshoot Coming Soon!