If your New Year’s resolution is to expand your home with a loft conversion, then you have come to the right place. We have picked our top four loft conversions to help inspire you to improve, not move, in 2017.
Rotherhithe, London: Large rear dormer loft conversion and internal refurbishment
This sixth-floor apartment, near the Thames, in Rotherhithe, South East London, underwent a large rear dormer loft conversion and an extensive internal refurbishment. The project included the creation of two bedrooms, a beautiful roof terrace, ensuite bathroom, a second bathroom, new kitchen, hallway, stairs and living room. The owner of this stunning property has utilised clean lines and a simple colour palette to create a modern, calming living space.
Hackney London: Side and rear dormer loft conversion
This family home in Hackney, East London, has been transformed with a side and rear dormer loft conversion. This project saw the creation of one large master bedroom with a spacious ensuite bathroom. For this family, storage was paramount; shelves where built-in above the bed and doors were put up in the eaves to create storage for this busy family. The luxurious ensuite has a folding door, separate shower and bath. To keep the room light and airy, a skylight was installed into the nook.
Battersea, London: Rear and L-shaped mansard loft conversion
With a growing family to consider, our client located in Battersea, South West London, decided on a rear and L-shaped mansard loft conversion in their mid-terraced Victorian house. The loft conversion maximised the family’s living space and comprised of a new bedroom, bathroom and playroom for the children. Two skylights were installed in the playroom; flooding the space with light, whilst also keeping the family’s privacy. We also added two doors into the eaves for storage. The spacious bathroom features a bath shower combo.
Mortlake, London: Window Dormer Loft Conversion
Mortlake is a conservation area near Richmond, in South West London. The owners of this terraced house opted to have a two-window dormer loft conversion. This created a bedroom, ensuite shower room, dressing room and nook under the roofline, for the bed. The room spans the length of the house and has a window at one end and a skylight at the other. The owners of this home have maximised the space in the bedroom by using light calming colours and added a touch of elegance with period furniture.
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