Renovating your home can be both exciting and stressful, but the end result can be worth the effort. I returned to Winsford in Cheshire to meet Sab, who lives in a beautiful four-bedroom detached house on an estate, to find out about her experience with home renovation.
Before the renovation, Sab’s kitchen was small and cramped, with three doors leading into it. There was also a separate dining room that didn’t take advantage of the south-facing garden. With the help of a single-story extension and amazing roof lights, the space was transformed into an open-plan kitchen living dining area. The kitchen is now spacious, with an orange shaker-style central unit, curved dens, and a midnight blue wood-grain quartz worktop.
The renovation also included a little coffee corner and a stunning clock on the wall. The kitchen and dining area are now flooded with natural light, making it a perfect spot to relax and enjoy a delicious meal.
Sab’s renovation project cost around £80,000, thanks to Matt’s friends’ rates, who is an electrician and project managed the renovation. Without Matt, it may have cost around £110,000. Sab and Matt are thrilled with the result, which has exceeded their expectations.
Sab’s Interior designer, Charlotte Jarega, helped her with various aspects of the renovation, such as choosing the paint, tiles, and chairs. Charlotte even suggested the coffee corner, which is now a lovely spot to relax and unwind. Sab couldn’t be happier with the renovation, which has transformed her home into a stunning, functional space.