04 Jun Planning a utility room
Planning a utility room may not be as aspirational for a home perhaps as a kitchen or bedroom of your dreams, but when you don’t have one and then have the opportunity to have one, it is a game changer! There is real satisfaction to closing the door on a spinning machine, discarded shoes or a basket of laundry. Whether you’re building an extension that will incorporate a utility room or working within the existing footprint, there are plenty of options and ways to optimise the space you have.
Extension of the kitchen
The utility doesn’t have to look completely utilitarian. Focusing on the practicality of the space is the right priority but you can extend the style from your kitchen into the utility seamlessly. You might not want it to be a mirror image of the kitchen but picking a few elements such as the flooring and cabinets, or worktops and splash back will help integrate the two spaces.
A place for everything
If you would like to discuss planning a utility room or a boot room with us, pop into the showroom. Or get in touch at email@example.com or on 01342 313 133 and we’ll come out to you for a free in-home design consultation.