Family House in North LondonTransitional Bedroom, London

The roof space has been transformed into a Guest Bedroom, Ensuite and storage thanks to a rear dormer.
Large double French doors give an amazing view over the neighbouring properties' gardens.
The bricks forming the chimney have been carefully restored and painted.
The double bed has a salmon coloured Farrow and Ball wall as its headboard.

Photography by Chris Snook

Inspiration for a medium sized classic guest bedroom in London with multi-coloured walls, carpet and no fireplace. —  Houzz
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susannahhutchison
Susannah Hutchison added this to Want to Wake Up Feeling Relaxed? Steal Tips From These Bedrooms20 March 2018

Paint the ceilingFor a harmonious look, choose a soft wall colour and extend it onto the ceiling, too. Here, the wraparound gentle pink creates a cocooning feel in this loft bedroom.Using linen bedding is another good way to help create a calm mood. The fibres get softer with every wash, and the slightly rumpled finish creates a naturally relaxed, casual look.

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Victoria Harrison added this to Converting a Victorian House? Learn From This Smart Renovation11 August 2017

Maximise the loft spaceIn a period home, a loft conversion is a common way to squeeze in an extra room and Canham has managed to carve out a cosy guest space under the eaves of her Victorian home by converting the attic.If you are going to extend your roof you will need Planning Permission, although this might fall within ‘Permitted Development’ rules.“Permitted Development allows roof extensions without the need for a planning application as long as (broadly) they are not on the front pitch of your roof, do not exceed the highest point of your roof and stay within certain volume limits. However, the section on extending roofs does not apply in conservation areas and flats have no Permitted Development rights at all,” explains Tugman. Talk to a professional to see what type of permissions your conversion would need.

cherylfreedman
Cheryl Freedman added this to Houzz Tour: A Victorian Terrace With a Scandi Twist23 December 2016

The loft extension doubles as a guest room. Soft pinks create a relaxing mood.Wall painted in Pink Ground, Farrow & Ball.

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ricardo_chua
Ricardo Chua added this to Jemima’s Ideas17 January 2020

Hi Melvin is the afternoon I wanna we are getting the kids we will meet at our pool house at our pool at our office for our meeting at the church in case you need me and I have a few questions for our client to pick you guys wanna I have to be there for the meeting if I can pick you up at the pool meeting.

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Emma Evans added this to elg68467's ideas9 February 2019

nice lights, small room - good for loft

louise_sleigh
Louise Sleigh added this to Attic Room8 January 2019

The roof space has been transformed into a Guest Bedroom, Ensuite and storage thanks to a rear dormer. Large double French doors give an amazing view over the neighbouring properties' gardens. The bricks forming the chimney have been carefully restored and painted. The double bed has a salmon coloured Farrow and Ball wall as its headboard.

meg29577
meg29577 added this to fireplace and loft look19 June 2018

If Joel/Doug’s gif is about getting more sq feet of the place, maybe better to close in, at least, of MBR for effect like this?

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