This frameless glass extension, by AR Design Studio, has created a modern kitchen-diner for seamless entertaining between the inside and outside spaces.
A gold leaf drinks cabinet is concealed in the family living room, which is transformed for parties using a clever lighting scheme.
The U-shaped kitchen layout creates a divide between kitchen and dining areas, and the addition of a breakfast bar provides an informal place for drinking and chatting.
A living area opens out onto a roof deck for al fresco dining, taking advantage of upside-down living to maximise rural views across the 300-acre site.
This contemporary kitchen has an island dining area designated by a change of worktop material. This adjoins a spacious open plan living area.
The kitchen-diner and living area are separated by a change in floor height, offering a large entertaining space and cosy seating.
A large, double-height living space is flooded with light thanks to the full-height glazed sections, while separate ‘zones’ are created through furniture placement.
A relaxed open plan scheme is offered, with a stove acting as a focal point to warm this converted church and ensure a cosy seating area.
Located off the main dining room, this home bar offers a cosy country pub feel with exposed brickwork, and traditional, handcrafted wooden details.
Modern entertaining is key in this 1930s home, with fun touches from retro accents to coloured lighting below the breakfast bar counter.
Positioned at the centre of this property, a long dining table in the living kitchen area is the perfect setting for a dinner party, with bi fold doors that open on to the patio.