Bolingbroke GroveContemporary Kids, London

Medium sized contemporary children’s room for boys in London with white walls. —  Houzz
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juliebutterworth
Julie Butterworth added this to Can I Extend My House or Loft Without Planning Permission?24 May 2019

Are there any additional benefits to extending under Permitted Development?PD often gives you greater scope to carry out a loft conversion compared to a full planning application.“Under their homeowner design guidelines, local authorities will often make you step any dormer additions in from the sides, eaves and ridge line, greatly reducing the usable internal space and head room,” James says. “By contrast, under Permitted Development, as long as the external volume increase is within stipulated limits [see Andrew’s comment, above] then the width and form of the dormer is not restricted,” he says.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Genius Ways to Fit Extra Storage into Your Loft Conversion31 August 2017

Highlight shapesHere, a simple grid of shelves under the sloped roof is perfect for storing books, baskets and knick-knacks. By painting it blue, the designers have turned it into a handsome feature in the room. The wall of squares look great against the diagonal ceiling, while the circular rug adds soft curves to the straight edges.Planning a loft conversion? Here are some ideas to suit your budget

tugmanstudio
Tugman Studio added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Loft Conversions10 July 2017

Convert and extendA loft ‘extension’ is where the loft space is enlarged – most commonly with the addition of a dormer window.Instead of a roof window, which slopes with the roof, a dormer window is an external construction that forms a vertical wall into which a window can be built, with side ‘cheeks’ and a little roof of its own, as pictured here.Dormers do not enlarge the floor area as such, but the effect of them is to create more internal height and volume, meaning that in areas that would otherwise be too low to stand up in, you can have much more usable space.Make the challenge of finding the right people for your project easier by searching the Houzz Professionals Directory.

sophiebaylis
Sophie Baylis added this to What Kind of Loft Conversion Can I Get for Up to £50,000?29 March 2017

Do I need to consider Building Regulations? Irrespective of whether you need planning permission, loft conversions always need approval under Building Regulations. These make sure that any work completed is structurally sound, that the new room is fire safe and that there is sound insulation between the floors.Building Regulations also state that in the interest of fire safety, a staircase serving the new room is required. Retractable ladders are not normally acceptable. If space is tight, however, it may be possible to install a space-saving staircase.Find out about getting the right stairs for your loft conversion

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 12 Ideas for Loft Conversions to Suit Your Budget6 September 2016

Part-width dormer conversionSometimes, full-width dormers are not practical or desired. It could be that the appropriate Planning Permission may not be achievable, or simply that the homeowner doesn’t like larger dormers and prefers them smaller, the width of a window or perhaps French windows.So if a full-width dormer is not possible, but more headroom is needed, why not create a dormer around a window? As you can see here, you’ll gain a full-height space across the width of the window.This style will retain most of the roof’s original shape, inside and out. However, this kind of dormer will add the least amount of additional full-height floor space.See 10 ways to make the most of those tricky spaces in your loft

owldesign
Owl Design added this to 10 Ways to Make the Most of Those Tricky Spaces in Your Loft2 August 2016

Contrast with colourCreate a real statement with your eaves by painting your shelving in a contrasting colour. This bookcase looks really attractive in the angled space, and the blue helps to show off the shape. You could also create this look with cupboard doors, or even just a plain wall.Discover great storage solutions for your loft space

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jsharris81
jsharris81 added this to Basement19 October 2021

Bookshelf - consider under stairs

lisaewoods
Lisa Woods added this to Cabin upper floors remodel9 October 2021

Interesting use of storage space on angled wall

lori_chaney
Lori Chaney added this to Boys9 October 2021

Dark blue furniture against grey wall

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