Everyone seems to be talking about loft conversions, and those who haven’t yet considered turning the attic into living space are in the minority. You might have a mental image of the inside of a wooden box, yet you can create stunning interiors with a little imagination. Once the loft is clad and insulated, you can then begin to think about interior design, and that would depend on what you plan to use it for.
Your new loft conversion could be:
- An extra bedroom
- A home office
- A study room for the kids
You could even transform the loft into a man cave, where you can indulge in your passion, and if you want more space, there are quality full house extensions in Harrogate from a respected local builder.
Fire resistant composite materials can be shaped and contoured, to give a unique ambience, and with vinyl flooring or carpet tiles, you can an attractive platform. Composite boarding can be used to create the ceiling, and with faux timber grain, you can create a homely ambience.
This can be provided by a number of skylights, with openings that allow for ventilation, and you could have a small bay window installed, which will give you a little shelf storage. LED lighting offers a range of colours and shades, and with a Google image search, you can view some great examples of tasteful loft conversions.
Of course, your budget will determine the furnishings, and with an experienced loft conversion specialist, you can’t really go wrong.