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Kitchen Extension Gallery

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(Image credit: Cue & Co)

The Orangery, West London

Designer: Hamilton-King
Photographer: Geraint Davis

A light and airy orangery-style kitchen suits this Victorian house well. The neat modern kitchen is made from hardwearing units and surfaces, perfect for hectic family life.

modern kitchen extension

(Image credit: Geraint Davis c/o Hamilton King)

modern kitchen extension

(Image credit: Geraint Davis c/o Hamilton-King)

modern kitchen extension

(Image credit: Geraint Davis c/o Hamilton-King)

modern kitchen extension

(Image credit: Geraint Davis c/o Hamilton-King)

The Garden Kitchen, Hertfordshire

Kitchen Designer: Wilson Fink
House Design and Structural Engineer: Sage Design
With two sides of bi-fold doors, this kitchen can be opened to become part of the garden. Natural materials bring warmth to cool modern kitchen units and surfaces.

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the garden kitchen extension

(Image credit: Wilson Fink / Sage Design)
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the garden kitchen extension

(Image credit: Wilson Fink / Sage Design)
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the garden kitchen extension

(Image credit: Wilson Fink / Sage Design)
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the garden kitchen extension

(Image credit: Wilson Fink / Sage Design)
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the garden kitchen extension

(Image credit: Wilson Fink / Sage Design)

The Seamless Addition, North London

Designer: TG Studio
This extension to an Arts & Crafts home has created extra space, but looks like an original part of the building. The High-gloss kitchen units reflect light around the room.

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seamless kitchen extension

(Image credit: TG Studio)
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seamless kitchen extension

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seamless kitchen extension

(Image credit: TG Studio)

The Pavilion, London

Designer: Liddicoat & Goldhill
The new extension is a lot brighter than its 1960s predecessor, and provides a sizeable space for a sleek monochrome kitchen.

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pavillion extension

(Image credit: Liddicoat and Goldhill)
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pavillion extension

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pavillion extension

(Image credit: Liddicoat and Goldhill)
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pavillion extension

(Image credit: Liddicoat and Goldhill)
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pavillion extension

(Image credit: Liddicoat and Goldhill)
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pavillion extension

(Image credit: Liddicoat and Goldhill)

The Urban Extension, London

Designer: Cue & Co
This modern extension is stepped down from the existing house to define the old from the new sections of the building. Traditional features in the contemporary kitchen create links with the past.

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urban kitchen extension

(Image credit: Cue & co)
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urban kitchen extension

(Image credit: Cue & co)
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urban kitchen extension

(Image credit: Cue & co)
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urban kitchen extension

(Image credit: Cue & co)

The Natural Addition, East Sussex

Designer: The Oak Designs Company

By using an oak frame, the owners of this historic barn have been able to accent its rural charm. The new fitted kitchen exudes clean country style.

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oak kitchen extension

(Image credit: The Oak Designs Company)
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oak kitchen extension

(Image credit: The Oak Designs Company)