The conversation around home improvement is reaching all corners of the country as we all continue to stay at home. With many aspects of our daily lives on hold, we are spending more time than ever before in our homes and gardens. It’s therefore no surprise that creating the very best home environment to suit individual and family needs is featuring heavily in our national conversation.
Chris Evans’ breakfast show is the perfect example as last week he hosted TV presenter Angela Scanlon who talked about her new BBC 2 TV show, ‘Your Home Made Perfect’ which drew its inspiration from the growing interest in people looking to renovate or simply reconfigure their homes. With many people now living and working from home 24/7, reflection on what works well and what could be changed to improve everyday living is becoming a central theme.
With over 30 years’ experience in designing, manufacturing and installing beautifully handcrafted glass and timber structures, enhancing homes and lifestyles is what we do best and as a result, more and more enquiries are coming to us from people looking for inspiration, advice and who are seeking an online consultation to get their project moving.
While Angela talks about architects taking a lead on home improvements, we find this can often be barrier for people thinking about adding an extension or embarking on a reconfiguration as it’s generally assumed that you have to have a large budget, project proposal or very specific idea before an architect is a justified starting point.
At Mozolowski & Murray, our service is fully integrated which means we take care of the entire process from initial planning processes to designers, construction teams and finishers. From small intimate conservatory designs to grand orangeries and extensions, we work to any size of project and to any budget, so all you have to do is watch your project come to life.
Whether you wish to create more light within your home, move away from separate spaces to live within a more integrated social living and entertaining space or you simply want your lifestyle to have a direct connection to nature and the outdoors, we can design the ideal solution. With many people now working from home, Chris Evans highlights how colours and spaces can affect productivity and creativity while Angela talks of a couple who made changes, so their home now reflects the people they are, as opposed to the house they live in.
With garden offices becoming an obvious solution to creating an effective working from home environment, many people are also thinking about how their garden space could be used to extend their home with a bespoke design that will not only serve to enhance their lifestyle but will add significant value to their homes.
Should you wish to get in touch to discuss your ideas or to find out more about how, as Scotland’s leading glass and timber structure specialists, we could transform your home, garden and lifestyle, contact us today and we will be delighted to assist.