Loft Bedroom - Attic Conversions


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Are you considering turning your loft into a bedroom? You wouldn’t be the only one. According to a survey in 2015, a whopping 41% of people wanted to turn their loft space into an additional bedroom. It needn’t be a surprise either considering the cost of moving compared to that of a loft conversion. As your family grows, so too does your need for your home to grow along with it and by utilising your loft space, you’re not only gaining square footage, but you’re gaining property value and still keeping that valuable outdoor space. Loft conversion bedrooms quite simply, make sense.

Whether you’ve opted for a dormer loft conversion, a hip to gable loft conversion or even a simple Velux loft conversion, there are numerous ways you can achieve that much-needed extra space and what’s more, there are numerous ways that you can maximise the space you have to play with.

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Design Considerations

It’s important that you get the design of your loft conversion bedroom right in order to not only make it likeable but to make it an enjoyable and functional liveable space too. Some of the most important factors include:


Regardless of the type of loft conversion you choose, lighting should be at the top of your list. Whether it’s simple skylights or full size windows in dormers, lighting up your loft conversions provides you with the means to create a beautifully open feel while taking advantage of the views above your neighbours. It also makes for a much more inviting bedroom.


Careful consideration needs to go to your staircase and the surrounding space to ensure you aren’t creating a bedroom that’s taken up by access. You’ll need to ensure there’s space for not only your bed but the remaining furniture, such as wardrobes etc.

Roof Terraces

A light and airy room is so important. The more light in a loft conversion the better, which is why many opt for a roof terrace or balcony in order to maximise this amount of light and space. If roof terraces and balconies aren’t possible, a Juliet balcony may be a great option too as it allows you to open up huge doors, allowing for more light and that feeling of additional space.

Built In Furniture

One of the best ways to make the most of your space in a loft conversion is to make use of the space you have with built in furniture. This not only makes use of those awkward spaces but can help you achieve more storage space and more ‘living’ space than you would if you were to use regular upright wardrobes.

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Creating your dream loft conversion bedroom isn’t as hard as you may think. In fact, with our incredible team by your side, it could be a whole lot easier and cheaper than you may think. One of the best things you can do, is to book a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our team members who’ll not only be able to take you through our process, but they’ll also be able to take a look at your home and your loft. From here, they’ll be able to tell you what’s possible and how we can achieve it. 

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