Increasing your space doesn’t necessarily mean just installing an extra bedroom. There are a plethora of potential uses that may not have even crossed your mind. Here we present eight alternative uses for loft conversions that may inspire you to think of some fresh perspectives of your own.
Who doesn’t want to maximise their investment? In effect, that is what thousands of us are doing with our loft conversions. But after the plans have been drawn and the hammers hit, ensuring that your new addition actually adds to your home is imperative. Depending on the purpose of your conversion it can be difficult to decide what to do in terms of design; for that very reason, we have collected 10 design ideas for loft conversions that offer aesthetic and practical solutions. The selections below use vibrant colours, unconventional storage solutions, art and multi-functional furniture to combat space issues and add tons of personality. Even though there is no fixed formula, when decorating a loft there are a few sure fire tricks that can help you make the most of your space. Take a look at the lofts below and get inspired.
According to a new study released today, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) reports that nearly a third of UK home owners are looking to carry out work on their home in the next three years, with up to £6 billion in projected works planned annually over this time.
Almost 40% of these are set to be major refurbishments, including new kitchens, new bathrooms and home extensions, while smaller works such as loft conversions and conservatories account for 38%.
Contact Landmark Lofts and you are likely to speak to Beth Popely in the first instance. Here she explains her daily duties as Project Coordinator for Landmark Lofts.