The Wimbledon Chase Loft Conversion

This Wimbledon Chase loft conversion isn’t like your average. Finished in an eclectic tone of green and dark stained wood, it’s certainly not to everyone’s taste. But it does go to show the real creative flair and uniqueness that you can introduce to your home.

Our clients were extremely keen on creating an open space at the head of their house. They wanted to feel free, liberated. And were concerned that a loft conversion can often feel a little oppressive. Especially in terraced properties.

So our designers set about creating plans for a loft that wouldn’t feature too many doors or hallways. The immediate solution was to create a semi-open plan bathroom.

Featuring a tub as well as a walk-in shower, it is a large area to relax, unwind and cleanse yourself in. Hidden by the wall, a small Velux window and blind sits over the tub to let in enough natural light to this corner of the room.

Following the backline of the house, a juliet balcony practically bursts with light as you enter into the bedroom area. Wide as opposed to long, the room is slightly narrow, but doesn’t feel too compact due to the full length French doors.

Sparsely decorate, a simple cabinet and full length mirror comprise the rest of the room, which the entranceway is tucked neatly behind a small wall. Finally, two Velux skylights at the front of the property invite in yet more light and air to give this space a real boost of freshness.

A real space to relax and unwind in, far from the maddening crowd below, this Wimbledon Chase loft conversion has become a real talking point!

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