Some structural work was required to remove a wall that had originally divided the kitchen from the dining room in this 1930s townhouse. Two bifold glass doors now give the space the connection to the outdoors that it previously lacked, including a covered space in front of the dining area that is formed by a black box extension to the bedroom above. The indoor-outdoor flow is enhanced by the concrete-like porcelain floor tiles in the kitchen, complementing the courtyards slate paving.
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While a bathroom may no longer be regarded as 'the smallest room' in a home, the extra space now allocated to it doesn't necessarily make the design process any simpler. That's because we want so much more in a bathroom these days, as well as retaining+ the sense of space needed for it to be a relaxation zone. So how do you fit everything in to your new bathroom?