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Renovating your home is a great option for homeowners for many different reasons. For example, if you’ve fallen out of love with your home and believe it’s time for something new, a renovation could allow you to achieve the desired change you were looking for, without having to move house. A well-planned renovation can also lead you to have more space in your home, without the need to extend. 

With there being many different reasons to renovate, it makes sense for there to be many different types of renovations. Much like how there are different types of loft conversions and extensions, renovations are no different. 

So, what types of renovations are there? Let’s take a look.



As you might have guessed, with this renovation, the whole property is taken into consideration. Whether you’re wanting to improve your quality of home life or are striving to add value to your property to eventually sell, then an entire home renovation is your best bet. 

With this renovation, no area of your home is left untouched. Every room will be changed to suit your goals and desires, truly transforming your home into something special. 



Barn renovations/conversions have been and will continue to be an extremely popular project amongst the hopeful homeowners. It’s no wonder why as more and more people are seeing the rustic beauty of these buildings. When it comes to barns, there are three main architectural types: box construction barn, cruck framed barn & post and truss barn. For a successful renovation, you want to be able to know what barn you have to begin with. 

Once you know this, you can start to turn an old barn into a dream home with those sought after rustic vibes and that country aesthetic. 


Sometimes, it’s not the whole house that needs attention, rendering the proposal of an entire home renovation obsolete. That’s why Bespoke Norfolk Group offers single-room renovations, such as kitchen renovation. One of the most important parts of a home is the kitchen; it’s where we prepare food, eat and often provides a great atmosphere for the whole family to catch up. So, why not shape your kitchen into one that you love? 

With this renovation, your kitchen dreams can be achieved without extension, as long as you have the space and employ the right people for the job. 


Another example of a single-room renovation is a bathroom renovation. Again, such an important room deserves a decent amount of attention. Bathrooms can quickly become in dire need of a renovation, due to their frequent use and damp, wet atmosphere. 

With a renovation such as this, you can create a bathroom space that is appropriate for you and your needs. Such as being more accessible, open to more storage space, etc. 


Often an underutilised space of homes, the basement can provide homes with the extra space they were craving and create something truly amazing and unique to the property. Whether that be a man cave, a cosy snug for reading or an extra bedroom for guests. 

The possibilities for a basement renovation are endless and can be just the thing to help you fall back in love with your space. 


A sympathetic renovation is where a property is restored as close to its original state as possible. It’s changing the space in your home while remaining sympathetic to the property’s original style. Perfect for those looking to update their homes, without wanting to go overboard on changing the look completely. 

This type of renovation is popular with older, period homes that are in need of that refresh but are still beautiful in their own right. 


All of these renovations discussed are provided as services by Bespoke Norfolk Group. And if you haven’t heard, we are experts at renovation, working with the absolute best in the business – architects, structuralists, interior designers and decorators. 

Our wide network of pros allows us to pair your renovation project with the best person for the job. If you’d like to hear more about how we can help, don’t hesitate to get in touch today and we’d be more than happy to discuss your project with you. 

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