GARAGE CONVERSION AUDIT
STRUCTURAL LOFT CONVERSION AUDIT
PRE-PURCHASE FEASABILITY CONSULTATION
STEEL WORK CONNECTIONS
INTERIOR MINOR ALTERATIONS
CDM & ASSOCIATED REPORTS
HEALTH & SAFETY REPORTS
3D MODELLING (from)
SOIL INVESTIGATION REPORTS
AIR PRESSURE TESTING
BUILDING CONTROL APPLICATIONS
AIR TIGHTNESS TESTING
SOUND INSULATION TESTING
PART F VENTILATION TESTING
RENEWABLE ENERGY ADVICE & INSTALL
THERMOGRAPHIC SURVEYS & TESTING
CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES
PART G WATER CALCS
DOMESTIC EPC’S FOR LANDLORDS & HOMEOWNERS
The open plan is top-rated today because it allows us to use the space's full potential, making every centimetre utilized.
Connecting a kitchen with a dining room or living room can allow for charming home entertainment or inviting the entire family to create interaction during cooking, dining or relaxing with a television program.
To maximize the brightness and allow the space to flow seamlessly into the garden in the summer months, install bi-folding doors. Using the same flooring indoors and outside on the patio will mean your outdoor seating area feels like a natural extension of your kitchen and living space.
Use an L-shape sofa to define the seating area in an open-living living space, and add a sense of intimacy to a large room. Bear in mind that the decoration in one area will set the tone for everywhere else, so choose a harmonious scheme.
To make your living area feels like the cosy part of the room, dress your sofa and armchairs with lots of cushions. If your room is neutral opt for shades of the same colours in different textures or if there's a brighter backdrop you can choose cushions full of colour and pattern.
Using natural light is a great way to make the room feel lively and lively and can even help make space feel bigger than it actually is.
If a completely open concept space feels too messy for you, you can create barriers without putting up walls by using furniture like bookshelves or consoles. Open shelving is a great way to block out the clutter of one area, l while still allowing light and space to pass through.
Experiment with different flooring materials and patterns to indicate where each begins and ends.