For example, the large open plan space that conservatories deliver is perfect for opening up your kitchen if you love to entertain guests and host big family parties in this most crucial part of your residence.
In 2016, Houzz, the website and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating, landscape design and home improvement, discovered that 54% of homeowners were making their kitchens more open to other rooms. What better way to make this living style achievable than with a conservatory!
Doing so will make the kitchen a more communal area, somewhere you can remain close to your diners and converse with them when cooking up those mouth-watering meals. The very scent of the food circulating around the space will be enough to leave everyone salivating in anticipation of eating. If the smells prove to enticing you can always include top opening windows in the conservatory design when building one from scratch. It’s far more sociable than having to shut yourself off in the kitchen away from what’s going on while cooking.
The inclusion of patio doors, French doors or bi-folding doors in a kitchen-conservatory is worth some consideration as then you have the option of enjoying easy al fresco dining when the weather permits. Bi-folding doors can span the furthest width, up to 7 or 8 panes long, if you want the biggest possible opening.
For the above to take place you will need to ensure that any work complies with current building regulations and there’s a chance that planning permission will also need to be obtained first. Eden Windows will take care of this side of things for you.
Book an appointment and we can put our heads together to design a forever fashionable kitchen-conservatory.
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