Have you recently bought an outdated Victorian terrace property? Or maybe your family is growing and you’re finding that your current Victorian terrace home is getting a little cramped? These homes are ideally suited to extensions, and pokey, dark rooms can easily be opened up to create those spacious areas best suited to modern family living. Here are some Victorian terrace kitchen extensions in London homes to inspire your project.

Victorian Terrace Kitchen Extensions in London Homes

Plus Rooms, Kitchen Extension, Milner Road, SW19-6

Space to Grow in Wimbledon

This semi-detached Wimbledon home is a classic Victorian terrace property that was waiting for a homeowner with vision to come along. Thanks to a wraparound kitchen extension to the side and rear of the property, a large and welcoming kitchen and dining space that opens up into the garden was created. This extension added 1.6m from the side return and 5m from the original rear wall to create a space that offers a full depth of 7.3m and a generous 4.5m full width. Finished in light wood and pale stone with striking copper fixtures, the new kitchen and dining space is modern, warm, and flooded with natural light from the slim Crittall style doors.

Plus Rooms Kitchen Extension Rectory Rd

Room to Share in Tooting
Family life is about spending time together, whether it’s entertaining, watching TV, catching up with homework, or simply chatting about your day. This Tooting home’s Victorian terrace kitchen extension does just that, creating a multi-use space for every member of the family to enjoy. Luxurious and modern, it’s warmed by exposed brickwork and lit naturally by full-width aluminium sliding doors and skylights. By extending the rear of the home and expanding into the side return, a generous space has been created to include a kitchen, dining room, and lounge.

Victorian Terrace Kitchen Extension Holmewood Road London

A Heart of the Home in Tulse Hill

In Victorian times, the kitchen was a place for work – and nothing but work. Today, that has all changed, with the kitchen becoming the heart of family life. In this Tulse Hill home, their Victorian terrace extension embodies this, creating a space for creativity, contemplation, and companionship. Large-scale glazing prevents the new space from being too dark and invites nature into the home, and the small sitting area at the rear is the perfect spot to curl up with a book.

Victorian Terrace Kitchen Extension Nigel Rd London

Sleek and Spacious with Room to Play in Rye Lane

Victorian terrace house extension ideas don’t have to be period piece alterations in order to work, as this Rye Lane home shows. With clean lines, chic minimalist materials, and a modern colour scheme, this extension makes a very attractive contrast with the traditional Victorian architecture without clashing. This wraparound extension allowed the homeowners to redesign the flow of the home’s lower level, creating a generous kitchen, dining and living space as well as a downstairs WC, snug and home office space.

Plus Rooms kitchen rear extension terraced Hillcourt Road SE22 (3)

Warmth and Style in East Dulwich

With the right construction and interior design partner, your Victorian terrace house extension ideas can be creative as well as practical. This East Dulwich home uses the generous space created by a large 9 x 2.4 x 6.2m wraparound extension to bring the family’s interests together into one stylish and beautiful space. With book-lined shelves, a sophisticated kitchen and an original fireplace, this project brings old and new together to create a living and entertaining space that is warm, comforting and welcoming. Separated from the garden with a full-width large panel sliding door, the entire space opens up onto the deck to create even more space in beautiful weather.

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Let Our Full-Service Construction Team Make Your Victorian Terrace Home Fit for Family Life

Plus Rooms is a specialist in home construction, having completed over 1,400 bespoke construction projects in the London area over the last 17 years. We make this process as quick and convenient as possible by managing every project from the first designs, through construction, to the handover of the final result. 

When your Victorian terrace home isn’t suitable for your family lifestyle, it’s time to call in our specialists to see how we can help you achieve the lifestyle you want without moving house. Our end-to-end design and construction team can show you how to transform your home and make it a space your entire family can enjoy. 

Contact us for more information on terraced house extension ideas for Victorian properties or to find out how we can enhance your home through bespoke construction and design services.