The Boutique Blackheath Bedroom

23rd Jul 2016

  • Average Property Price

    £787,379

  • Average Blackheath Loft Conversion Cost

    £35,000

  • Average Value Added by Loft Conversion

    20%

  • Average Property Value in Blackheath with Loft Conversion

    £944,854

  • Value Change in the Last 12 Months

    £26,292

Home to one of London’s most popular commons and just on the boundaries of Greenwich park, this Blackheath loft conversion is the area’s latest monument.

Ok, so perhaps we’re overselling ourselves a little bit, but this modern master ensuite just goes to show what can be achieved with a limited budget and a terraced property.

Keen to add more space to their new home, our clients approached us without much of an idea as to what they wanted, except to add another bedroom to their home. It was down to us to propose an idea.

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Blackheath loft conversion featuring modern bedroom

The Client

With a fairly small amount of space on offer, and with neighbours either side, we suggested that we create a larger bedroom and more compact ensuite with some seamless storage solutions.

As such, this dormer loft conversion began to take shape. Knocking through the rear of the loft, we created as much room as possible in order to ensure that the client didn’t feel like they were cramped. No one wants to feel claustrophobic when they sleep.

We did have to lose some space to the bathroom, but by placing this to the front of the room, somewhat concealed by the stairwell, the loss is barely noticeable.

The Job

Our clients wanted a big, comfortable bed, which meant that we needed to be considerate about how we were going to furnish the rest of the room. In terms of storage, this manifested in two ways.

First of all we created a fitted wardrobe units which would take up one side of the wall. This feels less intrusive than your standard standalone units.

Next we created two cubbyholes either side of the bed which recessed back into the dead space. This meant we didn’t have to lose any further room space, but could still offer our clients as much storage as they needed.

The Results

The final finish of the project was focused on created a modern look that felt homely. Using the warming finish of wood on the floor and a pared back aubergine paint, as well as dimmable spot lights, we managed to make the space feel cosy without feeling dark or dingy.

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