Now that winter’s creeping up, my thoughts turn to all things toasty and finding ways to keep warm. In the kitchen, it’s all too easy to forget a good heating plan, so here’s my pick of the most efficient, stylish ways to cosy up.
The house, built in 1886 had a very small, dark, dank and miserable kitchen at one end of the house, a room where the maid used to prepare the food, next to a larder and scullery. The owners planned to totally remodel the house and put a large extension …
Mark Caulfield, founder and MD, The Caulfield Company took charge of a huge project to open up the back of this stunning house. He designed an ambitious glazed extension with the aim of allowing the garden and living spaces to flow together.