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Contemporary Kitchen Conservatory Extension

Client's Comment:

"The David Salisbury team offered exceptional service from the outset to completion and we would have no hesitation in recommending them to our family and friends..."

It is always nice to share the story of a successful project but particularly one where the customer was so satisfied that she ordered from David Salisbury twice!
The first part of this ultimately two phase project in Enfield, Middlesex, featured a kitchen extension as part of a new conservatory
Designed by one of our most experienced designers, Rudy Staal, this design perfectly captured the customer’s brief for a light and airy extension to accommodate a new kitchen.  Being an edge of London property, the essential requirement was clearly to maximise the available space. 
Adding significantly to the footprint of the existing property, the new conservatory provides great views and easy access via full height bi-fold doors to the garden.  A patio area outside the conservatory is tiled in the same stone floor tiles whilst the feature lighting looks particular appealing at dusk as one of these photos shows.
As Rudy commented: “the essential element of this design brief was to create more light and an open plan living space.  This required some creative design work as we had to knock out the rear wall in order to create more space.  I then designed a wrap-around glazed roof to provide the light that the client was looking for.” 
Another feature was the use of solar-controlled glass in this extension, as the customer had asked in their brief to ensure the conservatory was not too hot during the Summer – something Rudy was easily able to accommodate. 
Once the new conservatory had been ordered, not long afterwards the customer came back to Rudy to order new windows for her home, as well as a new front door
The stunning contemporary kitchen was added, in a paint finish to complement the conservatory and windows.  Whilst the island unit also incorporates a breakfast bar to allow for eating or a morning coffee, the additional space the conservatory provides means there is also room for a dining table to sit 6 people. 
This looks like one of our most visually-appealing interior projects of the year – a fitting tribute to the vision of Rudy and his customer.
As the customers noted: “From the first meeting with our designer Rudy Staal we realised that his flair and attention to detail was exemplary. We worked closely to create a vision which then became a superb reality. Our kitchen/conservatory extension is absolutely stunning and a worthy addition to our home. Our project was highly commended by Enfield Council’s building control department who entered it for the London LABC Building Excellence Awards 2017 and as finalists we were awarded a certificate of excellence! The David Salisbury team offered exceptional service from the outset to completion and we would have no hesitation in recommending them to our family and friends.”

Modern Kitchen Conservatory, Middlesex

was designed by: Rudy Staal