Emma Pocock, there’s a lot you can do to make it feel like a completely different place, without the stress and expense of buying and selling.
Here are their tips. The classic treatment for a lower-ground-floor space is a kitchen flowing into dining and sitting areas, but here the owners needed more room for themselves and their children to work.
Turner and Pocock created a dining area that opens out to the garden, adding roof lights and Crittall doors to maximise light.
The kitchen is in the middle of the space, and at the back of the room is a second seating area that has a different feel to the dining zone, with a round table, more banquette seating and dark-painted cabinetry.Read more on telegraph.co.uk