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Home Extensions Make Room For Kitchens
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Home Extensions Make Room For Kitchens

posted in Ship Happens by Ship It Appliances on 21:24 May 22nd, 2015<< Back to Ship Happens

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A new study by Sainsbury’s has found that most home expansions are due to homeowners’ desire to extend their kitchens. A shift towards communal kitchens has seen houses getting bigger and bigger to accommodate larger kitchen spaces.

This interesting new report has found 84% of home extensions are carried out in order to increase kitchen size. This is due to a new trend that sees families wanting to spend more time in the kitchen, cooking and eating together. To accommodate this kind of lifestyle, kitchens require additional room for dining areas, islands and extended counters to make space for all family members to get involved in the kitchen.

At 61% and 53% respectively, additional bedrooms and home offices were the next most popular extensions in homes across the United Kingdom. 31% of homeowners decided to extend their homes to include conservatories while 15% opted for loft extensions.

Over the course of the past two years, homeowners who have completed extension projects have made significant additions to their homes. 25% added between 11m2 and 20m2 to their homes, while 23% added 21m2 to 30m2 and 18% added 31m2 or more.

If you’re considering extending your kitchen, you will likely want to fit out the new space with new kitchen appliances. For great deals when performing a full fit out, have a look at our bundle deals. You will be able to find cooker hoods, hobs and ovens bundled together at one low price to not only help save you money but also help to take the guesswork out of choosing and coordinating new appliances.

For more information on these findings, visit Sainsbury’s Media Centre.

 

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