Oxford Architects approach completion in Bloxham
14 Jan '20
The New Year has dawned with optimism and the promise of fresh starts, and as such our Oxford architects are thrilled to see our clients in Bloxham preparing for a new start in their finished home. We touched base with the Bloxham extension and remodel in November and, despite the festive season, the project has gone from strength to strength with completion now in sight.
The gorgeous cottage, set in the heart of the picturesque Oxfordshire village was quaint, but not suitable for modern family life. Lacking in space for socialising, our clients requested a contemporary extension and remodel to seamlessly blend old and new architecture. When we last featured the project, the extension roof had been installed and was ready to be screed, and we have come a long way since then. The Christmas period saw the luxurious new kitchen installed. The bespoke kitchen, designed by Matthew King Designs and fitted by joiner George Woolgrove, sits perfectly within the extension, allowing us to see the true space the remodel has provided. Created to blend with the existing property, the design is traditional with top quality fixtures and fittings including a marble worktop, and high specification range cooker. The kitchen is complemented by the stunning cathedral stone flooring, the subtle grey colour retaining the country cottage feel.
The extension is proving to be bright and airy, as designed by our Oxford architects. The stunning roof light slices between the existing and modern build, illuminating the social space and drawing the outside in; even on a dull January day the kitchen is warm and welcoming. We expect the internal finishing touches to be completed by the end of the month, with the external works to be completed soon after. We will, of course, keep you up to date once the project concludes and share photos of the finished design.
Have you been contemplating a bigger home for 2020? Perhaps an extension or remodel is the right option for you? Instead of facing the hassle and uncertainty of selling up, house hunting and solicitors fees, why not contact our Oxford architects to discuss the prospect of a stylish architecturally designed entertaining space or a sociable family room.