The Longdrive Loft

21st Sep 2016

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As with all projects of this nature we began with our dormer loft conversion then worked our way down.

This started out with the restructuring of the loft shell and extending a vertical wall from the back of the property. With limited space on offer, our clients were keen to get a decent sized bathroom in the loft. Preferring to cut back on bedroom space in order to offer a larger shower area.

With our chosen colour palette that of a soft cream, highlighted by soft warm lighting, we wanted to make sure the bedroom itself didn’t feel claustrophobic. In order to compensate we installed 3 skylights at the front of the property to ensure that there was plenty of natural light.

The bathroom itself was completed with a decent sized walk-in shower with drip dry area and a rack for toasty towels on winter mornings.

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Ruislip Loft Conversion

The Client

Before we began work, the kitchen area downstairs felt a little cramped, especially when cooking. As such, our main goal was to create a lightness and airiness to the space. This was achieved by creating an open plan kitchen and dining area flowing out into the garden.

The Job

By installing a raised central island area we managed to install a sink unit whilst keeping dirty plates out of your eye line when you’re sat down relaxing (no one wants to think about the dishes…) Following on from the upstairs loft conversion, we additionally installed roof lights downstairs to keep the same sense of airiness.

The Results

Finally, the backyard extension was completed with big french doors, designed for both energy efficiency and security.

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