With the winter not too far away, meaning more time spent at home now is the perfect time to make your living space more comfortable and desirable. Plus, we are currently offering up to 45% off windows, doors, conservatories and garden rooms as part of our autumn sale!

So, if you are stuck for some inspiration on how to transform your home for less this autumn, check out this list of our top modern home improvement ideas for 2020. We have included some locations with these ideas, but bear in mind that can be fitted anywhere that falls within the areas we serve.

We’ve also created a handy room by room guide of our top home renovation tips, which is available via the link here.

Anthracite Grey bifold doors with integral blinds in Market Harborough

Extension bifold doors with integral blindsYou cannot get much more modern and sophisticated than bifold doors, and especially a set with a contemporary Anthracite Grey finish in Market Harborough and beyond. Ideal for flooding your home with light whilst allowing for clear views of your outside space, having them fitted with a set of maintenance-free integral blinds allows you to moderate light and privacy levels to suit your needs.

Living/dining room orangery with lantern roof in Cambridge

Orangery with lantern roofThis is a great example of where a traditional orangery design has been altered to create a contemporary, multifunctional living space in Cambridge. Always feeling lit and spacious because of the stunning lantern roof and pelmet ceiling with integrated spotlights, the chandelier hanging from the lantern further adds to the lavish feel.

Edwardian aluminium conservatory in Leicester

Black ConservatoryWith their slender frames, aluminium conservatories are perfect for creating sleek, modern home extension designs. Although, in this particular example, this quality is combined with a timeless Edwardian conservatory style, allowing for a seamless blend with a traditional home. If you are looking to create something distinctively modern, we recommend opting for insulated columns. These also provide a boost to thermal performance.

Flush sash windows in Milton Keynes

Black uPVC flush sash windowFlush sash windows have slender frames and window sashes that sit flush alongside them. And although this design is based on traditional cottage windows, opting for a modern finish such as Steel Blue or Slate Grey and chamfered frames, which have sharp, bold edges, can give them a look that is perfect for more contemporary architectural styles.

Lean-to conservatory in Coventry

uPVC Lean To conservatory interior viewWith a single-pitched roof and a design that puts emphasis on minimalism, lean-to conservatories are perfect for creating a versatile space that feels super contemporary in Coventry. Available with uPVC or aluminium frames, you can create a beautiful and bright living space like in the example above. But, you might choose to create a kitchen conservatory, home office, gym, or something else instead.

Black glass extension with gable-end roof in Bedford

Extension exteriorThe use of black frames and full-length glazing panels gives this home extension plenty of modern charm. The gable-end roof also gives it extra height, adding to the overall impressiveness of the structure whilst making it feel bright and spacious.

Aluminium windows in Oxford

Grey aluminium top hung casement windowsModern advancements in window technology mean that you get far more today than the slimline appearance and outstanding durability that aluminium windows are renowned for; the use of polyamide thermal breaks means they now offer an excellent thermal performance too, affording the luxury of a warmer home for less. What’s more, over 150 RAL colours can be applied to them, so there is almost an endless number of varieties available.

P-shaped tiled roof conservatory in Kettering

White uPVC P Shaped conservatory with a black Supalite tiled roofIf you have the space available, a P-shaped conservatory is a great way to use it. The development of tiled roofs over the past few years also means conservatories can now achieve the look and feel of a traditional extension, inside and out. If retrofitted to an old conservatory, they are even capable of transforming them into a year-round usable space.

Garden room in Banbury

Large garden room with French doorsGarden rooms feature a solid timber structure with insulated steel base and corner posts, making them incredibly robust and energy-efficient. The perfect middle ground between a traditional extension and a conservatory, they can be attached to your property in Banbury and beyond, or you might prefer to have it sit away from the home as your own private retreat, ready to be used in whatever way you wish.

Aluminium patio doors in Northampton

Black aluminium patio doors installationLet the light into your home whilst enjoying uninterrupted views of your outside space with a set of aluminium patio doors. Their smart design consists of slim framing, vast amounts of energy-efficient glazing and panels that smoothly slide to the side in order to flood your home with air. You can also save space over traditional doors because they slide to the side rather than swinging in or out to open.

Choose to improve your home with T&K and get 45% off!

Get up to 45% off a wealth of products today as part of our autumn sale and improve your home with T&K. For more information or a free, no-obligation quote, give us a call on 0800 622 716 or contact us online.

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