Loft conversion ideas

Loft conversions are a great way to increase the living space in our homes. You can use the space in many ways, and it doesn’t have to just be an extra room. Your needs and budget will determine what you do. Attic space can be used in many creative and inspiring ways.

Living Area

Why not choose low-down windows if you plan to use your loft conversion as an additional living space such as a bedroom or living room? Skylights are a common feature of loft conversions. They provide natural light, but can be a hindrance to views. Installing large windows that extend from the ceiling to the floor will allow you to enjoy the views. If you choose downlights, cut out draughts with Downlight Covers from

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Gaming Room

It’s the dream of all men and boys and the conversion you would love to have. Why not turn your dream into reality and add couches, TVs, games consoles, and a snack fridge to avoid having to go down to the kitchen? You might never see your male relatives ever again!

Bedroom for a child

Have you got children who would love to have their own bedroom but have to share? Converting the loft into a children’s bedroom or spare room for sleepovers is an option. The unique shape of a loft space is ideal for creating a play area for children. The kids will enjoy the comfy nests created by beds and mezzanines that are reached via stairs located just below the ceiling. It can be used as a place to relax, read or do homework.

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Lofts are ideal for home offices, as the space below the roof is almost designed to accommodate a desk. A window above the desk can provide plenty of natural lighting, as well as skylights. A window low enough can provide a stimulating view.