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Inspired by the rural location, the owners of this pretty Victorian house decided to extend their small kitchen and demolish interior walls to create a big open-plan living space. This before shot shows the kitchen prior to the extension.
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The curved units not only add extra storage space, but also prove practical as the sharp corners are no danger to young children.
Despite the lack of wall units there is plenty of cleverly designed storage space, including slim pull-out drawers next to the hob.
A false chimney was built to make a feature of the cooker, then the owners used a bold teal for the tiles behind. The work, which included the extension, took six months and cost around £30,000.
The Neptune Chichester units are from Surrey Furniture.
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